When I proposed marriage to someone with a song, Lou Reed did the work for me. I handed over a small mirror with a handwritten note, which said only, “I’ll be your mirror.” The lyrics sum up the work of marriage better than any song I know: “When you think the night has seen your mind, that inside you’re twisted and unkind, let me stand to show that you are blind. Please put down your hands, because I see you.”
Seguid leyendo en The New Yorker.
Categorias : mis músicas