yeah... but that's not the song he's writing.
Yeah. I know. I think it's a pretty good idea. I'm totally gonna try and workout that one.
Maya Angelou got me thinking too....There's something there - seeing how tall you stack up against a giant.... or telling a giant that you are 6-foot-one. Ain't that great? That's a natural human tendancy & it is a humurous situation plus it has the potential to be glamourous - the celebrity angle. There's a story song there - if you change Maya Angelou to a dead or Crazy famous legend people can see wanting to relate with: Elvis, or James Dean, or John Lennon.
Sinatra maybe or Dylan.
How many times has Bob Dylan gone out to pick up eggs or some **************** and the guy behind the counter was like: Hey Mr. Tambourine Man - I gotta song to play for you... I wrote it... I mean, Bob stopped going out for eggs decades ago because that **************** probably always happened to him. It's funny from our side but probably deadly sad and tiresome from his end. But that's how people be. That is what you do if you see Bob Dylan: You tell him about that song you wrote cause everybody knows he's good at writing songs.