Well, I am feeling mighty tired today as I went and saw Billy Joel last night. What a fantastic show! I last saw him 19 years ago and he has a lot less hair but other than that he still has the same amount of energy in his performance. I booked the tickets ages ago and it wasn't until I was there that I started thinking about Big Man. Unfortunately, he didn't play this but he did play New York State of Mind. That made me think of ML - it doesn't take much of a trigger!
In my way into my Friday work I was listening to "Eternal Flame" and I was thinking on D&M and on my story that I'm working on. Sometimes the same musics I listen give me new story ideas...and I write down on my little notebook I always carry with me (in English,so no one can understand ;D)
Last time I write an idea in Portuguese I was caught and then my class told to my class director about the things I wrote So since I'm one that understand English I write in english,cause most of people in my class don't understand a lot of english
That I don't know but I have been hearing it all over the place lately. It's in films and I have heard it on TV and radio recently, even a group of elderly people singing it in a programme reminiscing about the Battle of Britain. It seems to be a very popular song but it always makes me think of Maddie
I found this on yahoo answers: "Blue moon" was originally recorded by Frances Langford in 1935. It was first a hit for Elvis Presley in November 1956, reaching number 9 in the UK. In May 1996, John Alford released his version, which also reached number 9.
In 1978, an arrangement by Jeff Funk was used in the film Grease. This has been followed by a Country and Western version from The Mavericks and curious respect from Bob Dylan. More recently, it has been recorded by Rod Stewart. Cybill Shepherd also sang "Blue Moon" on an episode of Moonlighting (the detective agency in that show was called "Blue Moon Investigations".)