Monday’s Theme Music

A little Wallflowers invaded my stream this morning. “6th Avenue Heartache” came out in 1996. About a homeless man, the lines that caught my fancy this morning is the refrain.

And the same black line that was drawn on you
Was drawn on me
And now it’s drawn me in
6th Avenue heartache


The song has a Bob Dylan/Tom Petty flavor to it. That shouldn’t surprise; Mike Campbell, the guitarist who worked with Petty so much, plays the slide guitar, and Jakob Dylan, who wrote the song, is Bob Dylan’s offspring.

It’s a mellow throwback. Enjoy your day, and wear your masks, please.


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