Roger Hodgson with “Grandma,” the beautiful pump organ he bought when he was 17-years-old and on which he wrote and composed “Breakfast in America,” “A Soapbox Opera,” “It’s Raining Again,” “Two of Us,” “The Logical Song,” and even part of “Fool’s Overture.”
“These silly little wounds will never mend. I feel so far from where I’ve been. So I go, and I will not be back here again, I’m gone as the day is fading on white houses. I lie, put my injuries all in the dust. In my heart is the five of us, In white houses.”
After spending the day with the best friend, I was reminded.