Hello There!! I think as most adults enter relationships in their late 20's and early 30s they look at relationships a lot more honestly than they did when they were younger. How do you write about post-high school romance so well? Where do you get your ideas from? Are these from real people, circumstances, and events? You do such an Amazing job and have such insight to the inner workings of the human heart. :-)
Well, Starla, I think the best way to learn about something is to try and fail for a while. Whether it's songwriting or relationships, you're going to suck at first.
No Question my friend(s), only these words to Mr. Cleaves. I listen to music more than (maybe) most people in the world and love what you make. But more importantly to me, how much my 11 year old son loves your work more than anything! I am attempting to teach him (about music) and most importantly to make up his mind, not by what his friends are listening to (or whats cool), but by what effects him the most; and (for him) its you! He just finished his school powerpoint presentation on rock an roll, and he listed his love for Slaid Cleaves. Just a thank you for "doing what you do", having a significant influence and for teaching my angel son how important and powerful the real thing can be.
God bless, Eric
"Sore subject. What happened to the story about Molly? I've been known to use it in order to rile myself up when need be....."
I was referring to the beyond sad story about your dog......From some years back. Perhaps I've gotten her name wrong.