Home is where the heart is. If you don’t have a heart, you’re not a home. If you don’t have a home, no one will know you, and you can’t be anyone’s friend.
Edward Sharpe is an American musician and writer, known for his work as a member of the band, The Dramatics.
He first gained fame as a pianist in the 1950s, but later turned to music more seriously. He is probably best known for the song lyrics that he wrote for the musicals The Wiz and Grease, both of which were based on his own stage work. He has also written songs for movies and television.
I’ve read that heart isnt a home. I dont have the faintest idea whats going on in my life. I love my home but I had to move back home for a year.
While I’m not the biggest fan of home movies, I do love to see how the people depicted live their lives. I do enjoy the romantic and dramatic movies, but I also enjoy how people act in real life. So I guess I’m really all about the lyrical content of a home movie.
I was talking to a friend the other day, and she told me that Ive never really read what Ive written about home movies.. Ive never actually watched one either. Ive heard how good they are though. So I guess I just really love the lyric and how it goes into the story.
I think you get a real sense of what life is like in a home movie when you watch a home movie. It’s not about the plot. It’s more about how people act and the way they live. So the lyrics are really all about that. So that’s what I call real lyricism.
I’ve always hated the lyric “I watched my house, and I cried all over it.” I think that its too much. I think the lyrics should be more like, “I watched my house, and I watched my life. I saw my life, and I cried all over it.” Thats real lyricism.
It is a great feeling to feel like you’re really making a film. You’re creating characters and situations and feelings, but it’s the characters and situations that make the story. The lyrics are really just that, but the lyrics are kind of a way of saying something about how you feel about that.
I could see something like this, but I could really see him saying, “I watched my house, and I watched my life. I saw my life, and I cried all over it. Thats real lyricism.” I think the lyrics are pretty good, but if I were making a movie… I think it would make a great song.