Because it was a very long, mysterious, dynamic song in music history.
Most are not worthy,but we made the record at the Beverly Hills hotel taking about 6 months,with many friends invited, I amongst then.
The bell captain took one look at me and said "we haven't had that spirit here since 1969.
At this point, I see falling in with a bunch of partiers, a descent into addiction and self-destruction, and then despair at the realization that he has thrown away his life, and also the chance to "Make it Big".
The lines "Lines on the mirror, Lines on her face" clearly refer to cocaine use by a woman who sees herself aging.
Because there was a 'horror' or 'Occult' film boom happening in the US since 1973. One of the horror films, 'Race With The Devil' was starring 'Peter Fonda'.
Peter was a very famous for producing 'Easy Rider' in 1969.Addiction to marijuana is something I've never ever seen, and the amount of weed that my friends and I smoked in our youth is greater than what some of you weigh.So those that speak of withdrawal do not have any personal experience whatsoever.I think that these influences appeared on the single 'One Of These Nights' in 1975.Let's take a look at the lyrics of the song 'One Of These Nights'."They stab it with their steeley knives ..." refers to a cocaine party by people who wish they weren't addicts. One of the most entertaining and interesting songs by The Eagles. The most absurd one involved "THC" and the active ingredient in marijuana. Just goes to show you anyone can become a physician just by putting "MD" after your name.