This used to be a popular song by Harry Warren, with lyrics by Mack Gordon. It was released in 1942, the year my mom was born. I’m not sure if my mom knew it though. She liked a lot of great music. I didn’t discover tunes like this until I was in college. Only now have I begun to try to learn them on my instrument. I wish I had worked harder when I was younger. As you will hear in this recording, I don’t do it justice. It’s a great song though.
This is one of the Jazz standards I wish I’d learned when I was a kid. I’d be better now, I guess. This is my performance of the tune after some months of practice (when I have the opportunity).
I was a music major in college.
Spent 20 years in the Navy Music Program.
I am now living in South Carolina.
My struggles are with my weight, loneliness, and a lack of motivation to do anything about either. I still love music. I just don't have the drive I had in my 20's to chase after it anymore.
I don't know what's left in this life for me. I have no desire or ambitions toward achieving anything. Is that a lack of will to live? I don't know. Here I am though. And I will be here until things are different I guess. I'm tired.
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