Song of the Day #3,600: ‘Maybe That’s Something’ – Sheryl Crow

First off, Happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers out there, but most especially my own wonderful mother!

And now for today’s randomly selected Song of the Day.

1998’s The Globe Sessions is my favorite Sheryl Crow album. It kicks off with the excellent single ‘My Favorite Mistake,’ features the sublime cowboy funk of ‘There Goes the Neighborhood,’ finds room for a swell Dylan cover in ‘Mississippi’ and delivers one of its finest moments with the ramshackle penultimate track ‘Members Only.’

Not to mention ‘Anything But Down,’ another hit, the slow burn of ‘The Difficult Kind,’ the delicate ‘Riverside’ and the jaunty ‘It Don’t Hurt.’

All that to say that, of all the songs on The Globe Sessions, today’s randomly selected SOTD is the one I know and like the least. What gives, Random iTunes Fairy?

[Verse 1]
We lay around just like gurus
In borrowed robes
And talk about nothing

[Chorus]
Well maybe that’s something
Maybe that’s something

[Verse 2]
You stretch out across a long long table
Without hesitation
You say, “I’m willing and able”

[Chorus]
Maybe that’s something
Maybe that’s one thing more than I’ve seen
Maybe that’s something more than nothing

[Verse 3]
You say good, I say you should, will you be there?
Making miracles is hard work
Most people give up before they happen

[Chorus]
Maybe that’s something
Maybe that’s one thing more than I’ve seen
Maybe that’s something more than nothing

[Bridge]
More than nothing, more than nothing

[Chorus]
Maybe that’s something
Maybe that’s one thing more than I’ve seen
Maybe that’s something more than nothing

[Outro]
More than nothing, more than nothing, more than nothing

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4 thoughts on “Song of the Day #3,600: ‘Maybe That’s Something’ – Sheryl Crow

  1. Dana Gallup says:

    You like it so little that you didn’t even provide the song to hear.😊

  2. Peg Clifton says:

    Thank you 😊

  3. Dana Gallup says:

    Yeah, not one of her best.

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