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Titel Don't Worry Baby
Komposition Brian Wilson, Roger Christian, 1964
Originalinterpret The Beach Boys
Klicks 3023
Info We've all been there. Shooting our mouths off about our cars until, finally, it's time to put up or shut up. We hope that nothing goes wrong, but there's so much that could. We'd be sunk, really, if it weren't for the encouragement of that special girl. With her love riding shotgun, suddenly the makeshift drag strip at the abandoned drive-in theater doesn't seem quite so forboding.

OK, so maybe the appeal of this one has nothing to do with the specifics of the story, but surely we can all relate to the idea of support, how knowing that someone cares for you regardless of what happens gives you strength to do great things. And the music is such a perfect accompaniment to this theme, so damn cozy and warm, a tender respite from the stressful reality of the main narrative. It's that night in bed with your lover before the big day, that night you wish could last forever. --Mark Richardson

Gefundene Versionen
Interpret Titel Label/Jahr Platz
The Beach Boys "Shut Down, Vol. 2" Capitol, 1964
Bryan Ferry "These Foolish Things" EG, 1973
She & Him "Melt Away: A Tribute To Brian Wilson" Universal/Fantasy, 2022