Flyte-Faithless

I have liked this band since I heard their cover of Joni Mitchell’s River. They have recorded some other covers that I have liked, including Jackson Browne’s These Days. There is something beautiful in their harmonies that makes their interpretations have a unique meaning.

They finally came out with a CD of their own-The Loved Ones-which includes Faithless. I recommend them.

Here are the lyrics to Faithless:

Faithless

[Verse 1]
How does it feel
Standing apart from all of the rest
How does it feel
Cutting the line in that low cut dress
No one really knows you
And no one shares your pain

[Chorus]

I’ll be there when you break their hearts
And I’ll be there when you play your part
And I’ll be there when they reel you in
And I’ll be there when they clip your wings

[Hook]

And leave you faithless
Faithless
And leave you faithless
Faithless

[Verse 2]

And how does it feel
With no escape from the crowd as you walk down the street
And how does it feel
To no longer belong, to be so far out of reach
Just put the names with the faces
And learn to play the game

[Chorus]

And I’ll be there in my Sunday best
I’ll be there, stood with all the rest
And I’ll be there when they reel you in
And I’ll be there when they clip your wings

[Hook]

And leave you faithless
Faithless
And leave you faithless
Faithless

[Outro]

And I’ll be there when you break their hearts
And I’ll be there when you play your part
And I’ll be there to leave you faithless

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On the Cover of the S. E. P. (Saturday Evening Post)

On the Cover of the S.E. P. (Saturday Evening Post)

   Well,it doesn’t have the ring of “The cover of the Rolling Stone”, but its still kind of neat experience. When I was a child, I would go to my grandparent’s (Cleaver) house in Moorestown, NJ. I would play with the Light Bright, work and puzzles and periodically sit on the couch behind the coffee table. The coffee table held their favorite magazines-Readers Digest and the Saturday Evening Post. I liked the humor and inspiring stories in Reader’s Digest, and I loved the Norman Rockwell cartoons in the Saturday Evening Post. Both magazines are a throwback to a time that seemed simpler-

 

Last year I was part of an article written by Ellen Michaud that was featured in Live Happy-“Live on Less to Give More-The Philanthropist Next Door”-which is nicely featured on the cover!. They took my photo in the yoga studio (I love the energy of it) and that was that…until I found out the article was picked up by Saturday Evening Post! Low and behold, my part has been whittled down to a few paragraphs and the photo is gone-just Phill Gulley and his wife remain- but heck, Grandma and Grandpa 2017, I might just be on your coffee table!

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Leave it to Cleaver Sunday November 12: Ibrahim Diarra

This Sunday my guest will be local legend and non-profit supporter, Ibrahim Diarra. Ibrahim wants to talk about all of those non-profits in the Richmond, Indiana area that might not be getting noticed.

 

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