Forgive me for returning to this topic. I got a bunch of emailed comments on the series and wanted to get them up here as well.

First and formeost, the lyric corrections.

Both Steve and Mark noted that the line and couplet I don’t understand in The Midwest Can Be Allright is:

midwestern air is warm and wet
dogs are barkin’, happy that we met

While the not quite understood line from Bible Belt Babies runs:

To elicit both a world of sorrow
Thought alot about what’s for tomorrow
Picked herself a partner and a corner in a field of rye

Additionally, Mark Wilson, a VB listee who writes for an Evensville-based paper, also has his review of the new CD up on that paper’s web site. It’s an insightful review.