No Use for a Tribute

“It’s too late to talk to you And it’s too soon to say good-bye Listen where ever you may be You still live inside my mind Something tells me that you are free again In a place that feels like home It’s never easy to understand Why memories hold our hand But people let go” –¬†Feels Like Home by No Use for a Name This song was written by Tony Sly 10 years ago. You can listen to it here: http://youtu.be/7UMCf97jXtM I bought the CD the day it came out from Von’s music shop in West Lafayette, IN. We still had record stores in 2002. I don’t really see those anymore. I parked between, Von’s Books and Von’s Comics (may Von’s Comics rest in peace) in the ally way. Is was with Chris Balich. A tall, straight-edged, vegetarian that purchased a Michael Jackson CD. I told him we could only play it if we could listen to “Heal the World” as loud as possible and drive as slow as we could past any girl we saw. I, of course had to listen to HARD ROCK BOTTOM first. That’s why I went to Von’s. I had listened to No Use for a Name for six years up until that point. There was something about the way Tony’s soft style juxtaposed against the punk rock rifts. He was slow, they were fast. It made for an interesting melody. HARD ROCK BOTTOM begins with “Feels Like Home.” The song is one minute long. I put the CD in. It loaded. I turned left onto Pierce street in front of Harry’s and the...