Iron and wine hard times come again no more
Iron and Wine, ‘Hard Times Come Again No More’ [Listen]
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As arresting pardon the pun as its visuals are, the song selection jumps out as perfect and haunting. The song is also building buzz in the music press. Normally I say that a TV spot should include multiple mentions of its product audio and video to be more effective, but for outstanding examples you throw the rules out the window. This promo grabs you for its full minute, pulls you into its enthralling world, and leaves you wanting more. I love it. That, then, makes it very successful.
Anyway I dragged out the medieval American theme from Civ VI, realised it was perfect, and sang along to it. External image. The upside is that the Ancient theme is lovely and slow, so I decided to do that one instead. Tis the song, the sigh of the weary, Hard Times, hard times, come again no more Many days you have lingered around my cabin door; Oh hard times come again no more. I spent most of the day cleaning dog shit out of the mailbox, because the neighbors hate us and smeared a whole bag full of it inside the mailbox. I have had good things happen.
Well-known and popular in its day,  both in America and Europe,   the song asks the fortunate to consider the plight of the less fortunate and ends with one of Foster's favorite images: "a pale drooping maiden". It has been recorded and performed numerous times since. The song is Roud Folk Song Index Let us pause in life's pleasures and count its many tears, While we all sup sorrow with the poor; There's a song that will linger forever in our ears; Oh! Hard times come again no more.
Semantics aside, this is gorgeous and sounds right at home as spring begins to take hold outside. Very, very beautiful. This is a social protest song. The poor are dying while the rich are safe and warm. Theres a pale drooping maiden, who toils her life away…. You are commenting using your WordPress.
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Hard Times Come Again No More