Summer’s End Music for the Melancholy

Sunday morning as I started the car this song came on. The sadness and longing in John Prince’s simple song make me cry almost every time I hear it.

This morning, as I created an Instagram story of the last of the tomatoes in the overgrown garden, the song popped up on a Spotify generated playlist.

It has to be a sign. I’m not sure of what, but I am sharing it in hopes of the messaging findings its home whether it is for me or you or us.

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