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At this point, I see falling in with a bunch of partiers, a descent into addiction and self-destruction, and then despair at the realization that he has thrown away his life, and also the chance to "Make it Big".
The lines "Lines on the mirror, Lines on her face" clearly refer to cocaine use by a woman who sees herself aging.
Hi Music lovers I think the background of the time when this album was produced and came out was like this below that I wrote.
There had been a lt of occult movies produced and played in the theaters over the country in 1970s.
"They stab it with their steeley knives ..." refers to a cocaine party by people who wish they weren't addicts. One of the most entertaining and interesting songs by The Eagles. The most absurd one involved "THC" and the active ingredient in marijuana. Just goes to show you anyone can become a physician just by putting "MD" after your name.
So many different interpretations of the song are the cause overlooking what the artists say. Listen to what Felder et al have to say regarding the song/album. How many mothers are just overjoyed at their son/daughter being in the medical field?
Most are not worthy,but we made the record at the Beverly Hills hotel taking about 6 months,with many friends invited, I amongst then.
The bell captain took one look at me and said "we haven't had that spirit here since 1969.
July 7, 2016A post by Barry from NY in 2015 triggered me to catch everyone up on this honor and event. Bernie is no song writing slouch, has a great voice and his banjo and guitar skills are incredible (think Bitter Creek, the double time finger picking on the end of Take It Easy for example).
You can check out any time but you can't never leave!
Hi Music lovers, I know that a millions music fans like this song and many of them believed that this song was written for the sort of warning of materialism in those days. It was not written for this, but for something else!
Because on this song, the music was written first, (not lyrics), written by Don Felder, and another Don wrote the lyrics second. I think another Don, Don Henley, followed the music of this song that Don Felder wrote and wrote the lyrics of the song.
Because the music that Don Felder wrote was not a typical rock or pop song in the US.
He loaned us his large convertible to take to mission santa Barbara.