Release Date January 1, The End of the Innocence Don Henley.
The Heart of the Matter () is a novel by English author Graham Greene. The book details a life-changing moral crisis for Henry Scobie. Greene, a British. "The Heart of the Matter" is a song recorded by American rock singer Don Henley from his third solo studio album, The End of the Innocence (). Written by.
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He felt almost intolerably lonely. Nick seemed as if he'd been unhappy for years, bringing up how bad the sex was when they started trying for their second kid and how Tessa hasn't been happy ever since. Kalo mau dilanjutin masih panjang sih listnya, tapi cukup segini dulu. I don't think single-motherhood and loneliness are excuses for 1 starting a relationship with a married man and 2 so selfishly putting your wants above the needs of your child. Others are embarassing reminders of the ugly undercurrent of racism and imperial arrogance that brought down the English Empire and that I still catch echoes of from some of my colleagues today: It was quite slow in the beginning and the ending felt incomplete. It wasn't because the story didn't turn out for the characters the way I had hoped, but the fairytale ending was extremely predictable and bothersome.
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Verified Artists All Artists: The song was covered by American soul singer India. Arie in on her third studio album, Testimony: It is also played briefly in a scene of the film. The song has often been speculated to have been influenced by the Graham Greene novel of same name.
In , best-selling author Emily Giffin released preview copies of her novel, also titled 'Heart Of The Matter', which many sources believe to be loosely based on the song's core lyrics. In a November interview with Songfacts , Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers guitarist and primary songwriter Mike Campbell explained the song's origins:. I cut the track at home and played it for him Don Henley.
He wrote some words, I think he got some help from J. Souther on some of the lyrics.
He changed the key to fit his voice, then we went in and basically recreated the demo. I know he was especially proud of that one. He told me that lyric was something he had been trying to write for a long time and it finally came out the way he liked it, something he really wanted to sing.
A lot of people like that song. A lot of girls like it. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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