As made famous by Kim Carnes (but don’t watch that video…death to 80s videos!).  Written by Donna Weiss and Jackie DeShannon.

Years ago, in SLC, Utah, we stopped into a mall. Some guy in a white suit was playing piano…Matt Bachrach. Never heard of him, but we liked his stuff. My folks bought a couple of his CDs…he autographed them for me and my big sis’. In 2008, his car struck an overturned tractor trailer…and that was that. Here’s to you, Matt; wherever you are, we still remember you came.

One of Leonard Cohen’s finest, which is really saying something.  Do you have to be outside of something—here, for him, Christianity—to see it right?

I love what the Boss sees in Philadelphia (and what Tom Hanks can make of most anything).

Here…I…am!  From singer-songwriter Joshua Kadison.

From Beck’s Song Reader, played at a local charity fundraiser.

There’s nothing more New York than Billy Joel, and I love them both!

It’s a very, very MAAADDDD world…and, hey, it was already like that before I got here.

By the piano man, Billy Joel.

“The book of love is long and boring”…now how could you not love a song that starts like that?!

I enjoyed living out this way for a time.

“It will be all right, just let it be.”