1) In this song, Glenn explores one of the great romantic conundrums. This week, Saturday 9 is confronting it, too. If you had to choose, would you prefer to be loved, or to be in love?
I think one without the other is a lonely experience.
To be loved and not to love back gives a very uneasy feeling.
Being in love without being loved back, even without the other knowing, is a bit better, because there's no need to hurt another person.
So my choice is clear now....
2) The song describes an awkward moment: an old boyfriend calls when a woman is on a date with someone new. To whom did you last say, "I can't talk now?"
To a collegue who wanted a relationship and I didn't want one. To be honest to you...there was no one in the room with me at that moment, but it worked.
3) The lyrics talk about heart vs head. When you find yourself in that predicament, which usually wins -- heart or head?
4) This song was from Glenn Frey's solo album, No Fun Aloud. What fun stuff are you looking forward to this weekend?
Preparing for the anniversary of friends. I'm taking their children shopping without mom and dad knowing.
5) Glenn Frey was born in Royal Oak, a suburb of Detroit. The Motor City is known for car manufacturing. Is your car domestic or foreign?
The car I drive in sometimes is a shared car. It's foreign.
6) The popular 1990s sitcom Home Improvement was set in Royal Oak. Are you handy around the house?
7) Glenn Frey co-founded The Eagles in 1970. What's your favorite Eagles song?
What Do I Do with My Heart"
8) The Eagles helped define "California Rock," but in recent years Glenn and his wife lived in Tribeca. Have you ever been to New York? If so, did you like it?
No...too far away.
9) Glenn wrote "Smuggler's Blues" and "You Belong to the City" for the iconic 1980s TV show, Miami Vice. What else comes to mind when you think of the 80s?
The way people dressed.
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