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A song of maudlin melancholy that every forgets was on the most popular album in American History – Randy Meisner’s TRY AND LOVE AGAIN, eagle, ‘hotel California’_unclassified tempo map

To me this song has a feeling of deep bittersweetness – an America hiraeth. What do you think the Eagles are trying to express?

Billy Joel, Where’s The Orchestra? Is this an especially bittersweet and maudlin speed?

Does harmonic tempo carry emotions by *nature*?

“Never A Time” | Genesis | unclassified tempo charts

 This was not surprising to hear on the day that the speed usually indicates: true bittersweetness. A sweet day that leaves a bitter aftertaste as time is a bastard. When we say goodbye to the ones we love on holidays no one ever knows when to say goodbye.