Love In Vain

Ok, so I’m not being emotional right now.. Call me bitter or something, but right now I agree with the Rolling Stones, “It’s hard to tell, but all love is in vain.“… and I’m not broken-hearted, or recently singled, I’m just saying.. xoxo

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Well, I followed her to the station with a suitcase in my hand Yeah, I followed her to the station with a suitcase in my hand Well, it's hard to tell, it's hard to tell, but all true love's in vain When the train come in the station I looked her in the eye Well, the train come in the station I looked her in the eye Well, I felt so sad and lonesome that I could not help but cry When the train left the station, it had two lights on behind Yeah, the train left the station, it had two lights on behind Yeah, the train left the station, it had two lights on behind Well, the blue light was my baby and the red light was my mind All my love's in vain All, all my love's in vain
more about “Rolling Stones – Love In Vain (1972)“, posted with vodpod
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One response to “Love In Vain

  1. Robert Johnson claimed to have sold his soul to the devil in the mid 1920s in Clarksdale Mississippi. A few years later, the love of his life died during childbirth, killing both mother and child. A short time after this in 1938, he wrote the song “love in vain” (yes, the rolling stones song is a cover). Less than a year after releasing this song, Robert Johnson himself was dead. He lived a truly tragic life in Mississippi. In my opinion, it gives the song a bit more meaning.

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