She caught the Katy by Peter Frampton

(Music appreciation)

Once more I would like to talk more about music. This is about how a man for example like myself does things out of the ordinary life that there could ever be because of a woman. In any circumstance all the love and action that was done will always have it’s concequences. The song is about an urge that points at choosing what needs to be done in a situation of both sexes. Weighing what’s right and wrong by considering the needs of being together. Is it a sad song? or is it a song made to be a permanent mark of what happened between the both of them? I think it would be the second one. It’s more blues. A drifter who finds reminisce amidst the eyes and ears of strangers. This I could imagine.

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