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I can't remember where I was going with this…." "I ‘liked' the Gainesville police page just because I wanna know when the calendar comes out….. As for the calendar, we are going to try and do something fairly quickly and funds raised will go to Hurricane Irma recovery here in Florida." Understandably, more officers wanted their time in the sun to be objectified by Facebook users.
all the way from northern British Columbia CANADA." Yup. You've actually made our chief blush with some of them. So Gainesville and other departments began sharing even more heroic eye candy, and the internet was eternally grateful: Life saving!
Al Stewart in one of the smartest and most literate songwriters of modern times. This song has more comments than anything I have seen.
I have seen many explanations here, some are conjecture, but most seem plausible, I don't care, it is great reading.
It sounds like it is a story about leaving reality and life behind, to go to some country where "they turn back time" to meet someone amazing, and then use them as a reason to hide from the reality of life. People went to Casablance to escape the war, to escape reality. When this song came out, I was dating a man whom I loved very much. One night, he told me that this song reminded him of our relationship.
I love the way the song takes its time.intro is long, and that is by no means a bad thing. I don't want to think about how much time I have spent here.I eventually married a different Vietnamese girl who passed away.Both girls and their families were refugees from the first wave. Early in the trip I became attached to a 20 yo girl who I met in one of classes.The department later made an update to the post, sharing some good and bad news — the bad news being only ONE out of the three officers is single, but the good news is that a calendar will be coming shortly! I first heard of Al Stewart in 1976 or 7 when my Vietnamese girl friend gave me the Year of he Cat album.