Monday, September 29, 2008

Potter's Ground: Round Three

Potter's Ground: Round Three

Time again has come for Potter's Ground.
This months theme is "Hillbilly music".

To goal is to guess the musical reference. The first person who guesses correctly gets ten points. If you aren't that person, you can still gather points (up to five) by telling me about a personal connection to the music.

For a complete description of the game click here.

Let's begin:

1. The meaning of bound:

One thing inexorably tied to another. Moreover, bound lends itself to the interpretation of one thing being lead or driven by the other thing.

2. The meaning of wild desire:

A. Wild means unruly or unmanageable. B. Desire means to want or have a longing type need.

3. The meaning of "Bound by wild desire."

A person being driven by and inexorably tied to a severe longing. A want growing unruly and with no end in sight.

Personal connection to Mr. and Mrs. Hall:

This song was the first song we danced to as man and wife. That's right, this was our wedding song.

Who co-wrote it?


Good luck and play nice.

The game begins anew next monday. There will be one slight rule change to make the point system a little more fun.

5 Left a message at the beep:

Slyde said...

no clue... i am just not up on my hillbilly music. I am playing at a handycap, but i'm still tryin'.

B.E. Earl said...

On a Johnny Cash kick, eh?

I learned from the recent film with Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon that June Carter (soon to be Cash) co-wrote the song for Johnny. I'm assuming that is who you are referring to.

She co-wrote it with Merle Kilgore, though. That was conveniently left out of the film.

Heff said...

"Hillbilly" is not my forte. I'll be good to guess any more under this genre.

Steph Waller said...

Ding dang it, Earl.

Mrs. Hall said...

So, thanks all for playing.

Next month I will move things around a bit to enhance the experience.


Mrs. Hall

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