After he was discharged, Conley joined a film crew shooting the 1954 film Salt of the Earth. Passin’ Through with Walt Conley (LP) (1961-Premiere Records). Listen What He’s Sayin’ (LP) (Unknown release date-Studio City Records). After All These Years (LP) (1991). Conley & Company Do The Sheabeen Pub (2001).
He's ill and doesn't know what he's saying. I perceive it to mean that a person is struggling with an illness that prevents him from thinking clearly and understanding his words. However, there have been times where the usage seems more vague to me, particularly when it is directed at an able-minded or sound-minded person. He doesn't know what he's saying. I don't think you know what you're saying. I think there are some possibilities.
Hear is used for sounds we cannot control: "It was so loud at the party that I could not hear what she was saying. You'll have to shout when you meet my grandmother, she doesn't hear very well. Listen is used when we are carefully listening to something. We actively pay attention to the sounds. In this example, we make an active effort to listen to the radio without knowing what we will hear on it. We can then use hear because we were not expecting the documentary to come on. We were not planning to listen to it, it just came on the radio.
What he's really saying is that he's dumping you. He might not be dumping you right in this instant but it's coming super soon and you really owe it to yourself to be prepared. So if your boyfriend tells you that things aren't working, he's telling you that he's over you and he's already totally and completely over the relationship. He doesn't want you to believe that there's even a slight change of the two of you getting back together. When he says that it's not working, he's saying that he's over you and you should never expect things to work out in the future. So the best thing you can do is accept and move on because there are better guys ahead
He’s over forty years old! My son loves insects. them on books many has He and knows everything about them. He loves going to insect museums and watching nature documentaries on insects. fascinating insects I are think. I can watch them for hours. at looking love also I them in zoos and museums. Or even worse, what if day one insects giant were there roaming the streets. That’s the stuff of horror movies. DISCUSSION (Write your own questions).
He associates saying "I love you" with new expectations he isn't ready to fulfill. Expectations are one of the most deadly threats to relationships because they replace open communication with unspoken presumptions. Many men associate saying I love you with new expectations they aren't ready to fulfill. Others are simply afraid of what those expectations might be, thus they choose to keep everything moving along pressure-free.
|A1||Down And Out||2:01|
|A4||Round My Back Door||2:32|
|A5||Hey Nellie, Nellie||2:56|
|B1||I'm A Drifter||3:25|
|B4||I'm A Wandering||2:55|
- Backing Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Gerry Dovel
- Backing Vocals, Banjo – Lowell Soike
- Backing Vocals, Bass – Bruce Bauer
- Engineer – Tom J. Jung
- Lead Vocals, Twelve-String Guitar – Walt Conley
- Music Director – Jerry Goodge
NotesEarly 1960s release on a Minneapolis (Minnesota) based label.
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- Matrix / Runout: KB 4001-A 122063
- Matrix / Runout: KB 4001-B 122063