For Your Entertainment: John Mayer “City Love”
Fun fact about me: I’ve been to 4 John Mayer concerts. I think that makes me an almost stan? Oh, well that was high school. But I still have mad love for his music.
“City Love" is the name of a song by the musical artist John Mayer. He released it on his studio album, Room for Squares. It is the album’s sixth track. Mayer performed the song accommodated with a lengthy improvised intro in 2004 at Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival.
"The lyrics of "City Love" chronicle a singer’s relationship with a woman named Lydia, whom he met in New York City ("this apple"). It makes allusions to many of the things associated with the city: Battery Park, sounds of sirens, and taxi cabs.
According to the Any Given Thursday DVD extras, Mayer’s song “Covered in Rain” is the sequel to this song. This title may be assumed to be derived from a line in the third verse of “City Love” (“… the day she called up and came to me, covered in rain.”).” via Wikipedia
Can you believe this CD was released almost 11 years ago? My how time flies!I am pretty sure I can’t play my original cd anymore because I played it to death.