I may not know a lot about you, but I know something“I’m Alive” by pop poppins
I may not know a lot about you, but I know one thing (and that’s)
Some of my favorite lyrics and musical ideas come from local bands that no one has ever heard of.
If you weren’t there, you missed it: in this case, Dallas, TX, in the early 1990s.
I’ve always loved that line, and I was so grateful when the internet gave me the gift of being able to once again hear some of the music that we were soaking up, just out of college and being oh-so-serious about music.
That line comes from a song called, “I’m Alive,” and the band was called “pop poppins” (inspired from Mary Poppins, no less).
Beautiful, dreamy alternative (from when that word really mattered) music.
But I use that line a lot.
Seems like the older I get, the less I “know.”
And I’m becoming okay with that.
But it’s not like I don’t know ANYTHING.
I do not have to know everything: about God, about life, about music, about creativity, about my wife or my children, or my friends.
I know SOMETHING.
And that’s, well, SOMETHING.
All I have to do is do something with the something that I know.
And be content with all of the stuff I don’t know.