Paul Simon is an American singer and songwriter from Queens New York. He is very short and Jewish. He is a founding member of Simon and Garfunkel. His most famous albums include "Graceland" and "Still Crazy After All These Years".
November 18, 2008 NailingEdit
- multi-platinum singer/song writer, who's released a book of all his lyrics, that is the perfect gift for someone who likes songs but hates music
- book: "Lyrics 1964-2008"
On Nov. 18, 2008, he appeared on the Colbert Report and said he never used love or peace in any of his songs. This claim was made despite the fact that he wrote "Loves Me Like A Rock" and "Cecelia," which includes the lyric "making love in the afternoon."
He admitted to using the word "groovy" and didn't regret it.
- when he writes songs, the music comes first
- sometimes the rhythm precedes the melody
- if he were to write a protest folk song today about the credit crisis
- might be able to rhyme credit swap
- unsociable rhymes with negotiable
- some of the beefs Stephen had with some of his songs
- what was Julio doing down in the school yard?
- why did he have to wash his face? (after making love to Cecilia)
- it was the sixties, he can't remember
- song: American Tune