As time passes in Boston, Claire looks increasingly like late-stage Mia Farrow in .
She and Frank have lost that lovin’ feeling: She isn’t letting him touch her, and you can tell that particular intimacy of marriage hasn’t clicked back into place.
When he announces his name to the clerk, however, Redcoat-in-Charge turns puce and is all, “,” because — GASP!
— his little brother is the kid that Jamie saved in the forest, and who now owes him a debt of honor.
If you walked up to him and had a talk/ You would realize he's just like you; struggles with fronts/ That he puts up, so his reputation never falls down./ He tells me, "I'm the most eligible bachelor back in my town."/ And I just nod my head, take a sip out my glass and then reply,/ "Man I wish I had your life." He looks away and then he sighs. man just stay true, / 'cause...” Beautiful people have more problems/ The higher they’re lifted, the lower they’re falling/ To the cold floor. Yet no one knows/ The grass ain’t greener on the other side/ Yeah!
/ "How would you feel if everyone you knew wanted your money,/ ‘til you don't know who your true friends are.
Now ain't it funny - / that you want to be just like me?
) Imma’ learn to be grateful for all in my life/ (Woah oh! ) ‘Cause there’s nothing more beautiful than you and I/ (Woah oh! ) I await the day to be free from all the vanity/ Where people could see the real beauty within you and me/ I’m praying Jesus come soon won’t you set us free!
Fay BN's music serves as an open journal in which his listeners journey with him through his life story of struggles, victories, and his faith in Christ.In Boston, in the immediate aftermath of ashtray-throwing, Frank attempts to sleep on the couch, fails, and gets up to begin writing a letter to our favourite reverend about Jamie.A letter interrupted by a shockingly calm Claire announcing that her water has broken.However, I did enjoy him packing Frank off to the dads’ waiting room with, “Follow the smell of cigarettes and flopsweat.” Just before Frank leaves, he learns in passing about Claire’s miscarriage, but wisely chooses not to start any shit about it.Claire wakes up confused, panicky, and worried about her baby, who (thank God) is immediately brought in by a completely besotted Frank.
Grass ain’t greener on the other side/original beats is his specialty.