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Randy Newman

Memo to My Son (1:55)

rock · piano

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What have you done to the mirror?
What have you done to the floor?
Can't I go nowhere without you?
Can't I leave you alone any more?

Randy Newman - Letra de Memo to My Son


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  • "i'll show you how smart i am": wonderfully funny.
  • i'll always love you.
  • I dont see it as terrifying as much as bittersweet. Most parents are inept and clueless, but damn me if they don't try. Most peoples' (parents') hearts work better than their brains.
  • Terrifying. Sure, the melody is sweet and the song ends with a refrain of "I'll always love you"--but everything leading up to that refrain is deranged. Dad rants at his infant son for making a mess, displays some paranoid delusions about his son's contempt for him (apparently assuming his son is capable of mental states that infants just don't have), and, seemingly having lost his track of thought, he spits out a few cliches that seem to have no connection to stuff he was just saying. Finally, he spends a little time fantasizing about the day his son will receive his comeuppance at the hands of dear old dad. So, yeah, this is probably the most accurate portrayal of parenting I've come across in popular music. As I said at the start, it's terrifying.
  • Such a beautiful song.

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