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Title: I got down on my knees and said hey, I just can’t go on living this way
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Farewell 1 Tour-Live from Melbourne (Photo credit: Wikipedia ) The Eagles, “One Day At a Time” Eagles lead singer Joe Walsh indulged i...
Farewell 1 Tour-Live from Melbourne
Farewell 1 Tour-Live from Melbourne (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The Eagles, “One Day At a Time”
Eagles lead singer Joe Walsh indulged in plenty of the rocker excess and drug use synonymous with the 1970s music scene when his band first got big (“Life in the Fast Lane,” anyone?) but he’s been singing quite a different tune for quite a while now. And no song epitomizes that more than “One Day At a Time,” the pop-rock ditty from the Eagles’ 2005 live DVD Farewell 1 Tour—Live From Melbourne. Lyrics like “I finally got around to admit that I was the problem, when I used to put the blame on everyone’s shoulders but mine” sound like they might have even been cribbed from a recent AA meeting. The tune’s gist: Walsh admits his powerlessness (“I got down on my knees and said hey, I just can’t go on living this way”), declares that he’s gotten help from a Higher Power and now plans to learn how to live one day at a time. Art, of course, imitated life: Walsh allegedly kicked his own drug and alcohol habit after visiting Australia and New Zealand in 1994 and has supposedly not only been clean and sober ever since but has also offered to help Australian Premier of Victoria John Brumby tackle the country’s drug problems.
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