Posts Tagged ‘Songs’
Oh yes, fools fall in love .. they fall in love because birds sing so gay, and the rain falls from up above 🙂
As sure as eggs is eggs, folk fall in love. I would counter it is the antithesis of the fool who doesn’t let themselves fall in love for fear of being hurt, the fear of being rejected, the fear of not being good enough.
The Tarot Fool, as we have already found out is very much the person who is willing to accept innocence, to stride forward with trust and knowing that all will be fine. When you know that you don’t depend on another to bring you happiness, you too will be able to fall in love.
Fall in love safe in the knowledge that no-one can hurt you, you have more lessons to learn from each person you choose to be with. Surrendering to the wonder and spectacle of on an open heart. No requirement for you to change, strong in knowing who you are.
Then it is easy to fall in love, just like rain falls and birds sing.
I can’t stand myself
I’m being held up by invisible men
Still life on a shelf when
I’ve got my mind on something else
Sunny days, oh where have you gone
I get the strangest feeling you belong
I heard an interview with Travis about writing this song – he comes from the west coast of Scotland where it is usually very wet and wanting to do some song writing booked himself a holiday to Egypt (I think). Lo and behold while he was there, it rained a lot!
Somehow it happens, we can take the rain wherever we go – we can even make the weather change – now I know, it’s a long shot, but it can happen! I remember when I was going through a particularly tough period of my divorce and wondering just how I would get through it and each day I’d go out to take my dog for her walk – and sure as eggs is eggs on the days I needed it most, there was a rainbow – showing me that behind the rain, the dark skies and clouds the sun still shone. Hang on till you get there was what I heard, it’s just passing over.
What’s really weird though is that ever since, a rainy day does not automatically produce a rainbow any longer. I’ve got passed the point of needing to know that the sun is still shining somewhere because it just is! I know deep inside that whatever is happening in my life which I’m not enjoying is something I can handle, it will pass, and the good times soon return.
Travis knew it too – he addresses the sunny days and gets a funny feeling they belong.
The way back to sunny days is trust and forgiveness. It’s knowing that where you are, no matter how uncomfortable, it’s going to end and you will soon be basking in the warmth of the sun ….. only as long as you are willing to let go of the memory of rain.