I encourage you to read the YouTube note on that one, or well okay then I’ll paste it here:
While dropping acid with George Harrison and John Lennon in Los Angeles, Harrison blurted out that he thought he was going to die. “I think I’m going to die man,” he said; but Peter Fonda reassured him. “I know what it’s like to be dead…”
Hence the term: “I know what it’s like to be dead, I know what it is to be sad.”
Good Day Sunshine isn’t going to cut it right now. Instead, strap into your Ferrari because we’re going to Siberia on Christmas Day. Yes, it’s Rocky IV time (This one even got me to stop playing it on iTunes [I bought it for a dollar!] and go over to YouTube):
You know I had never seen any Rocky movies until the age of 25 or so? Until I had a lot of friends from New York, it never came up. Then it came up a lot and I was accused of seeing no movies whatsoever. Then I saw Rockys I, II, and IV. I still haven’t seen Rocky III. I know. But I think I get it.
There’s no shortcut home…
Finally, let’s see if I’m right all those times I say that every time this song comes up I feel like dancing. I’m about to pass out and I’m home alone. It have it at 50/50: