“Song of Itself” / Memorable Fancies #2618

The subject of some songs is that song itself, each performance adding a new iteration. Two classic examples:

“I remember the night and the Tennessee Waltz
Now I know just how much I have lost
Yes, I lost my little darlin’ the night they were playin’
That beautiful Tennessee Waltz.”


“A man’s gonna sweet-talk and give you the big eyes
But when the sweet-talkin’s done
A man is a two-face, a worrisome thing
Who’ll leave you to sing the Blues in the Night.”

And there are people whose lives are performances of themselves, too: blues, darlin’…

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