Sting Practical Agreement
My son delighted me last Friday with a Branford Marsalis/Kurt Elling concert at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. Not knowing exactly what to expect, BS knows mostly his fantastic contributions to the album Nothing like the Sun. And yes, I like Sting! But what happened is almost exactly as you described it here. One song particularly blew me away — didn`t know at the time it was called “A practical arrangement” or that it was written by Sting — and I spent part of my Saturday researching what it was. That`s how I came across your site, and it cost me almost the rest of my weekend. I can`t say I`ve read all your contributions yet, but it was a huge experience and often a trip back in time to read your very well written and uplifting comments. Not to mention the fact that you hear all the music and watch the video to which you have inserted links. Thank you very much. And a query. You say somewhere that you missed most of the music of the 70s and surely the harder rock. But if you appreciate emotions and skill, try a very unlikely group. Led Zeppelin and Since I have loved you since the third album. A song I can`t hear without my eyes getting wet.
Superb guitars and vocals, discreet but very effective percussion and magnificent organs and arrangement, with a structure and a highlight unthinkable for boys in their early twenties. We look forward to your feedback! I`m not promising the Moon, I`m not promising a rainbow, just a practical solution for a lonely life. I would be a father to your boy, a shoulder you could lean on, how bad it could be to be my wife? With a roof over our heads, a warm house where we can go back, you wouldn`t have to cook for me, you wouldn`t have to learn, I`m not suggesting that this proposal take forever here, I don`t intend to fool you, you`re too smart. But we could come to an arrangement, a practical arrangement, and maybe you would learn to love me when you have time. It may not be the romance you had in mind, but [I think] you could learn to love me when you have time. When I heard all this a hundred times from a man who told me he loved me. But if we came to an arrangement, a practical arrangement, I might learn to love you if I gave you time. .