Sunday, February 26, 2012

The Very Popular Song: " Baker Street " - by singer/songwriter Gerry Rafferty - is about The Rockn Roll Lifestyle....

Baker Street - by Gerry Rafferty.
The Popular Hit Song: " Baker Street " - by the musical legend Gerry Rafferty - is a Hip Hop Prophecy, that very sadly confirms The Tragic Lives Of Many Rock Stars. They're trapped into one certain lifestyle, that has factually destined them to Eternal Loneliness - in this particular life, and in the next! In fact, in this particular song, Gerry Rafferty is simply recounting his own Personal Life Experiences As A Rock Star... and, indeed, very honestly.

Don't believe it, then why not enjoy His Blockbuster Musical Hit: " Baker Street " - produced back in 1978. You might just learn something very important. But, if not, those Very Prophetical Lyrics are readily explained upon the very next page....


America In Prophecy

Baker Street - by: Gerry Rafferty



Baker Street 
- Lyrics By: Gerry Rafferty.

Winding your way down [ Headed For Your Own Personal Destruction ]
on Baker Street [ And Providing Lucifer's Own Bread ]
Light in your head [ Stoned Out Of Your Mind ]
and dead on your feet [ And Tired Of Constantly Traveling ]
Well another crazy day [ That's The Life Of A Rock Star ],
you'll drink the night away [ In Your Hope To Somehow Forget ]
And forget about everything [ And, Sometimes, It Surely Does Work ]

This city desert [ This Big City Lifestyle ]
makes you feel so cold [ Is So Terribly Lonely ]
It's got so many people [ You Have Millions Of Followers ]
but it's got no soul [ But, Where Are Those Friends ]
And it's taken you so long [ Now You've Finally Awakened ]
to find out you were wrong [ And Realize Your Own Serious Mistake ]
When you thought it held everything [ That You Made From The Very Beginning ]

You used to think that it was so easy [ What Did You Know ]
You used to say that it was so easy [ Obviously Nothing ]
But you're tryin' [ But, Now You're Trying Change ],
you're tryin' now [ Yes, You're Honestly Trying To Change ]

Another year [ Just One More Year - Of Traveling The Circuit ]
and then you'd be happy [ And, You Can Get Out Of It - Forever ]
Just one more year [ Just One More Year Of Living This Life ]
and then you'd be happy [ And, You Can Leave It All Behind You ]
But you're cryin' [ But, You're Already Quite Miserable ],
you're cryin' now [ Your Own Conscience Is Currently Killing You ]

Way down The Street [ At The Very Beginning Of His Own Journey ]
there's a lad in his place [ There's A Young Man Now Just Starting Out ]
He opens the door [ And He Welcomes Your Own Experience Graciously ],
he's got that look on his face [ He Wants To Know What You Know ]
And he asks you where you've been [ And, He Asks About Your Own Journey ],
you tell him who you've seen [ You Tell Him All About Your Own Travels ]
And you talk about anything [ And Discuss Everything In Considerable Detail ]

He's got this dream [ He Then, Tells You His Own Dreams ]
about buyin' some land [ How He Wants To One Day Settle Down ]
He's gonna give up the booze [ He's Gonna Straighten Himself Out Afterward ]
and the one night stands [ And Even Quit Traveling For Lucifer ]
And then he'll settle down [ He'll Sink Down His Own Spiritual Roots ]
in some quiet little town [ Far Away From The Big City Light ]
And forget about everything [ And, Live His Own Life Entirely Different ]

But you know [ But, You Honestly Can't Believe Him ]
he'll always keep movin' [ Because, It Isn't That Easy ]
You know [ Fact Is, You've Experienced It Yourself ]
he's never gonna stop movin' [ He Can't Ever Stop Moving ]
Cause he's rollin' [ Since, His Life Is Already In Motion ],
he's The Rollin' Stone [ He's A Rock'n Roll Man ]

And when you wake up [ The Very Next Day ]
it's a new morning [ Everything Seems Different ]
The Sun is shining [ Lucifer Is Once Again Beckoning You ],
 it's a new morning [ And, Your Own Strength Is Physically Renewed ]
And you're going [ You're, Once Again, Back In His Service ],
you're going home [ To The House Of The Rising Sun ].


Just in case, you think that I'm just making this stuff up, why not read The Following Paragraph regarding Gerry Rafferty himself; and then read His Own Song Snippet [ once again ] right below it....

Obituaries - New York Daily News:
" Gerry Rafferty, a czar of '70s soft-rock, died at his home this morning after a long illness at age 63. He had a long history of alcoholism and liver disease.
- The Scottish-born star struck gold with several lifting and melodic hits during a decade entranced by such sounds. They ranged from the whimsical ' Stuck in the Middle With You ' to the wistful ' Baker Street '. " - New York Daily News.
Baker Street - Song Snippet:
Winding your way down [ Headed For Your Own Personal Destruction ]
on Baker Street [ And Providing Lucifer's Own Bread ]
Light in your head [ Stoned Out Of Your Mind ]
and dead on your feet [ And Tired Of Constantly Traveling ]
Well another crazy day [ That's The Life Of A Rock Star ],
you'll drink the night away [ In Your Hope To Somehow Forget ]
And forget about everything [ And, Sometimes, It Surely Does Work ]

Singer/songwriter Gerry Rafferty.
Do you notice anything Unusually Coincidental? A man who actually: " Drinks The Night Away To Forget Everything " - [ himself ] died of: Alcoholism and Liver Disease... please tell me, it isn't so? I'm so shocked. You see, brothers and sisters, it has never - just simply - been about Plain Old Music! There has always been far more, than meets The Casual Listener's Own Eyes.

{ *** NOTE:  There was no disrespect honestly intended to Mr. Gerry Rafferty! Personally, I greatly enjoyed his own music while growing up - including: " Baker Street ". This article was only written to instruct others into certain Highly-Important Spiritual Matters. *** }

Ahava and Shalom.

May Yahweh's Own: Love and Peace - be upon you!