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In 1978, Billy Joel released his album 52nd Street, which won two Grammy Awards for 'Album of the Year' and 'Best Male Pop Vocal Performance'
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Honesty" is a song by American singer and songwriter Billy Joel. Columbia Records released the song as the third single from his sixth studio album 52nd Street (1978) in 1979. Honesty" was solely written by Joel, while production was handled by Phil Ramone.
Honesty is part of the foundation of my core values and principles. Honesty cuts through deception and knifes its way through deceit and lies. When I look back on it, every time I lied (that I can recall) I was trying to excuse or misrepresent my own shortcomings or to compensate for something. I was trying to pursue a sinful desire that would only, at best, produce temporary pleasure. Lies I told were often due to a lack of effort, positive morals or thoughts.
Honesty is such a lonely word Everyone is so untrue Honesty is hardly ever heard And mostly what I need from you. I can find a lover I can find a friend I can have security Until the bitter end Anyone can comfort me With promises again I know, I know. When I'm deep inside of me Don't be too concerned I won't ask for nothin' while I'm gone But when I want sincerity Tell me where else can I turn Because you're the only one that I depend on. Honesty is such a lonely word Everyone is so untrue Honesty is hardly ever heard And mostly what I need from you. I can always find someone To say they sympathize If I wear my heart out on my sleeve But I don't want some pretty face To tell me pretty lies All I want is someone to believe. I can find a lover I can find a friend I can have security until the bitter end Anyone can comfort me With promises again I know, I know
That vexed thing we call identity leans its considerable weight on all kinds of questions: which sounds comfort us or excite us; where and how we listen to them; how we move our bodies as they play. Watch a mere silhouette of a human being dancing to music, and you can immediately guess things about who they are and where they came from. In 2017, identity is the topic at the absolute center of our conversations about music. But even Adele knows that loving Adele is complicated. At the Grammys, 25 won album of the year, and a poignant portion of her acceptance speech was a tribute to Beyoncé, whose album Lemonade broke the cultural Richter scale - and didn’t win any of the big awards. The moment was poignant because it was earnest: Adele stood just a few feet in front of the woman she called her idol and spoke of how Lemonade had empowered her and my black friends.
does it make sense? Shall I use this for formal talk? Please help me as I have used the same sentence when I called HR. Need your input on this. grammaticality formality. When is the best time to call you? is a more polite way to say it, though.
So will Honesty be the album that catapults Alex Parks back into the big time and keeps her there? Maybe not, but if you like your singer songwriter ballads with a poppier flavour you could do a lot worse than checking it out. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence.
This was the first single off Graceland, which won a Grammy for Album of the Year in 1988. It was Simon's first hit since 1980, when "Late In The Evening" went to in the US. The best we can tell, this is by far the biggest hit containing a penny whistle solo