My previous bedtime music post was, of course, Timothy B. Schmit’s exquisite “I Can’t Tell You Why”, and in a comment Amy mentioned that it was a bit odd that so sexy a song was about either a breakup or, at best, a dysfunctional relationship.
And that word “dysfunctional” reminded me of this: written by Nadine Bryant, a #10 hit for Gene Watson in 1976, and quite possibly the best song ever written about a dysfunctional relationship.
Angry, disillusioned, and sexy all at the same time. Not danceable, but one of those that hits all the right notes. Loved it then, love it now.