Just A Little Bit Of Magic in Song Lyric Sunday

 

It’s Sunday and time for one of my favorite prompts/challenges: Helen Vadahti’s Song Lyric Sunday! This week’s theme is “break”. The first thought in my mind was “break up song,” but that’s just too gloomy for the lovely day here in New England. That must be why Poco’s peppy “Pickin’ Up The Pieces” permeated my pate. (OK, I won’t do that again.) Richie Furay created some great songs for Poco. Written fresh off the 1968 breakup of Furay’s prior band, Buffalo Springfield, “Pickin’ Up the Pieces” is rumored to be a reference to that breakup. This is off their 1969 debut album of the same name. In my opinion, it’s one of the best and is my favorite. Lyrics are posted after the video, if you want to sing along.

 

“Pickin’ Up The Pieces”

Well there’s just a little bit of magic
In the country music we’re singin’
So let’s begin
We’re bringin’ you back down home where the folks are happy
Sittin’ pickin’ and a-grinnin’
Casually, you and me
We’ll Pick Up The Pieces, uh-huh

Somebody yelled out at me
Country music and company kind of makes it
On a Sunday afternoon
Picnic lunches of yesterday
Should still have a place in your heart today
Think it over
‘Cause we’ll all be goin’ home so soon

[Repeat first verse]

https://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/poco/pickinupthepieces.html

 

 

 

7 thoughts on “Just A Little Bit Of Magic in Song Lyric Sunday

    1. For a couple of years now, I’ve been regretting giving away all my vinyls 15-20 years ago. Whenever I find myself ruminating on a particular record, searching it out on YouTube , etc., I’ve been buying downloads (or CDs, if I want liner notes.) Bought The Essential Poco cd in 2005, so I’d at least have the biggies. Of course, Pickin’ Up The Pieces is the first song on the album!

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