It's the start of the long road.
The start of our journey.
This journey can begin when you least expect it.
But it's not when we start.
Or how we start.
But who we start it with.
That one person who you step into the unknown with.
Love is something no one can hide from.
Mostly into early Journey up until Steve Perry left but they have done other good songs too. But with Perry on lead vocals they were the best. No one can touch S.P. at lead vocals. Although I did like Gregg Rolie's vocal talents as well.
Journey was such a tremendous part of my life, that it is almost a person to me. The lyrics from nearly every song had a place in my life's happenings.... from "lovin touchin squeezin" (he knows who he is) all the way to "Faithfully" when I had to move away...
Here we stand
Worlds apart hearts broken in two two two
Losing ground I'm reaching for you you you
Feelin' that it's gone
Can change your mind
If we can't go on
To survive the tide love divides
Someday love will find you
Break those chains that bind you
George Carlin's Views on Aging Do you realize that the only time in our lives when we like to get old is when we're kids? If you're less than 10 years old, you're so excited about aging that you think in fractions.'How old are you?' 'I'm four and a half!' You're never thirty...
They had a singer before Perry, and was ok. Their guitarist was always being held back IMHO. They went for *pop* songs, and he can really rip when he wants to. There is really only one song that I ever enjoyed from them and it was an old one. The name of the song escapes me now...
I just saw Journey last month, and I thought it was going to suck now that they have that Arnele guy, but you know what...his voice sounds EXACTLY like Steve Perry's, even his speaking voice. I couldn't tell the difference. He has the same energy as Steve, he knows when to bring...
I hope I don't sound like a broken record here (no pun intended), but I like the first three albums the best. They started out as a progressive rock band. The albums Journey, Next, and Look Into The Future all deserve a listen. After these, Steve Perry joined and ...