Joel wrote this song about his first wife, Elizabeth. A pure expression of unconditional love, he gave it to her as a birthday present. Sadly, after nine years of marriage, Joel and Elizabeth divorced in 1982.
I hardly ever discuss politics, but I do admit I get a kick out of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. While you or I may or may not agree with his politics, he does have enough nerve to tell people off when the situation demands.
Yesterday afternoon while I was on the air, I received a call from my wife stating that several police, Douglas County Sheriffs, and the Lake Nebagamon Volunteer Fire Department had responded to a 911 call on East Lake Blvd. in Lake Nebagamon.Several gunshots were heard around the same time.
The drummer for the band, Harold brown tells us about the song. The lines "Take a little trip" and "Rides a little higher" led many listeners to believe this song was about drugs, but Brown tells a different story:
A British company has figured out how to make more money once you are dead. Kind of a good idea too. Once you die, this company will take your ashes and mix them with vinyl and make a record out of you.
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