1980’s music review continued:
It becomes apparent my heart has quite a soft spot for Tears for Fears.
According to Pop-up Video (VH1 circa 1990’s) this song relates to the idea of scream therapy. Yes, it is exactly what it sounds like.
Further, we the audience, receive bass and guitar solos.
An effing innocuously delicate percussive intro.
He tells us he is talking to us.
Can you list the things you could “do without?”
“In violent times, you shouldn’t have to sell your soul.
In black and white, they really, really ought to know,
Those one track minds.
They gave you life and in return you gave them hell.
I hope we live to tell the tale.”
/ Insert surprisingly painless synth jam. It grooves proper for pop /
If I could change your mind, I’d really love to break your heart.
An almost seven minute radio release?
Thank you, kindly.