Sing Me a Classic Song Sunday, posted on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month, highlights two songs with similar themes. Today’s comparison is Baby’s Gotten Good at Goodbye by George Strait and Ticket to Ride by the Beatles. Both songs tell the story from the man’s contemplative point of view regarding the woman in his life leaving the relationship and not looking back.
Baby’s Gotten Good at Goodbye is on the album Beyond the Blue Neon and was released as the first single from this album in December 1988.
Ticket to Ride was released as a single in April of 1965 from the album Help! There is conjecture about the meaning of the lyrics HERE. I’m going with my interpretation, which is a straight-forward break-up of a relationship.
Until next time,
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