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Lazy days just pass How come so many children have a heart without a home? Try my best to get along, Make some friends but something always went wrong, I'd come on too strong. Things were really getting rough, Getting tired of acting like I was tough, I'd just had enough. Fought like soldiers On the battlefields of love, We never could admit, We'd had enough.

Because it's the '70s, there is no Facetime, voicemail or answering machines, texting or emailing yet. There's just snail mail and waiting by the landline, hoping to catch a long distance phone call from your far away lover. Remember those days? That gets awfully lonely. The sorrowful guy reminds his lover that their separation is temporary. When he finds himself lonely, he closes his eyes and lets his imagination picture them together.

He encourages her to do the same. It would be so fine to see your face at my door It doesn't help to know you're just time away. In addition to recording some of her own work, Carole King has written or co-written a string of wildly successful songs for other artists, including Aretha Franklin, The Drifters, James Taylor, and The Shirrells. She is the most influential female songwriter of the last half of the 20th century in the United States. They clumsily stumbled into love with partners they barely knew, then laid their hearts on the line.

Next thing they realized, their hearts were on fire for each another. Although both artists found later chart success overseas or as a part of a group, this song was the only one to break the American Top 40 mainstream charts for them as individual artists. The "Me" Generation of the s saw new fashion tastes and cultural interests in nightclubs and disco. It's a love making song.

I hope you have it on that playlist. You know the one. One such animal for me was lovely Franny an elderly Rhodesian Ridgeback, who had age-related health issues. Franny had been part of a cruelty case and because of that, she'd been in our care for a number of months. Luckily for Franny, she was adopted by two members of my staff who live on-site and her ongoing treatment was supported by the Centre's Friends Group.

This allowed Franny to enjoy her last days being much loved and receiving the correct medication and treatment. The joy she brought to staff members really proves that age is just a number and rehoming an older animal can be incredibly rewarding. You're giving that animal the best possible life for their twilight years.

When potential adopters come in and they want to rehome a senior cat or senior dog , I tell them what a wonderful thing it is they're doing.

They may have a few grey bits on their coat but they want to find their forever home just as much as any other. It's incredibly rewarding to know that you're giving them a loving home. An older animal is more likely to be trained, has probably lived in a home before and can settle in more easily.