Thi is all about the possibility that the 2021 season will be shortened. The Orioles saved a ton of money on Davis this season. If they can save a chunk again next year, they will wait to let it play out.
The draft order article on the CBS sports site shows the once mighty O's picking fifth.
It also says that Manfred Mann can change the way the order is done since the teams did not play 81 games. Keep in mind that this is the same butthead that wants to move the mound back two feet because the supposed best baseball players in the world can't handle the velocity the pitchers throwing with.
Yes that’s true, but at the same time, if Elias were planning to dump Davis on Tuesday, on Monday, he’d still be preaching the party line, so whatever he says regarding Davis is irrelevant to the actual plans.
The best lyrics are those that stand alone without the music and work well as poetry. Although he’s outside this discussion, Oscar Hammerstein was a wonderful lyricist, because he was a wonderful poet.
To read,” I am a rock”, or, “bridge over troubled waters” For example, is to read really fine poetry. Simon also wrote some silly stuff, like “Cecelia“ but when he tried to be meaningful, he succeeded very well. I do not know all the guys that you mentioned, but Among those that I do know, I can’t think of any lyrics that are especially deep.
I suppose it depends upon how you define “deep” as well as what you’re looking for in your music.
If you would like to share some representative examples, I’ll be happy to check them out.