There's no reason to feel Blue
Because of what he says to You
& I wouldn't want to see you hurt no More
I could never do you Wrong
'Cause my love for you's too Strong
& You won't have to cry Anymore
"You Won't Have To Cry," a Beatles-y early Byrds song, is one of Gene Clark’s least obscure lyrics, but considered as a whole the song still reflects what Roger McGuinn called Gene's “nice sense of the abstract.” No one ever could match breath, line lengths, sense and sensibility like Gene.
The late Yves Klein painting shown here is scheduled to be auctioned this month at Sotheby’s New York. Expectations are insanely high (US $30-40 million)! I've never made my mind up entirely about Yves Klein, the Artist. But I’ve always liked Yves Klein, the Event.