Emma", also known as "Emma, Emmaline" or "Emmeline", is a song by Errol Brown and Tony Wilson (musician) released as a single by British soul band Hot Chocolate in 1974. It reached number 3 in the UK Singles Chart and number 8 in the US Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Emma Walsh was like any other young child who loved going to the playground just up the street from her home in Boulder, Colorado. Her mother, Stefany Rhodes took her there almost every day. Her father Joe Walsh accompanied them when he was not on tour. Emma, was in her mother’s car on her way to a morning play date when the car was hit by a driver who went through a stop sign. She succumbed to her injuries. Later that year Joe Walsh released his first solo album (he was to join the Eagles a year later) called So What on which he had written and recorded a Song for Emma in his daughter’s memory. Ten years later Stevie Nicks was touring with Joe Walsh and he took her on a side trip through the snow covered mountains of Colorado. The trip took two hours and Stevie admitted in the Timespace album liner notes that she did a lot of complaining about inconsequential things during the drive.
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The biographical details behind the creation of an album shouldn't matter when it comes to a listener's enjoyment, but For Emma, Forever Ago, Justin Vernon's debut as Bon Iver, exudes such a strong sense of loneliness and remoteness that you might infer some tragedy behind it. So, to skirt the rumor mill, here are the particulars, as much or as little as they might apply: In 2005, Vernon's former band DeYarmond Edison moved from Eau Claire, Wisconsin, to North Carolina. During that time, he wrote and recorded most of the songs that would eventually become For Emma, Forever Ago. As the second half of its title implies, the album is a ruminative collection of songs full of natural imagery and acoustic strums- the sound of a man left alone with his memories and a guitar. In the discursive coda of "Creature Fear" he whittles the song down to a single repeated syllable- "f.
Song For Emma Lyrics. There's a feeling I get when I look to the sky As if someone is watching Someone hears every word. You were with us for a while and He took you. And He made your mama cry I can see it in her eyes, there's a question as to why. And after all this time still I find that I'm without an answer Good Bye. Bye love. Song For Emma" Track Info.
Anthony Starble & William Patrick Van Alstine.