As strict as Roy was, in the Fund Alarm days, about inappropriate posts that were not about investing; he allowed (a few times) a post regarding music lyrics that somewhat reflected the investing environment of a time. I recall posting the song and lyrics for The Doors song of "Riders on the Storm"; which reflected the markets at the time (market melt, circa 2008).
I continue to recall song lyrics that fit the markets moods of the day, week, month or the YTD; at least for me.
I can't complain about our personal investment returns for this year; but, of course, the overwhelming backdrop continues to be the preventive failures and ongoing concerns with Covid.
So, my small musical unwind is linked below. You may discover some word descriptions that fit the circumstances today.
Perhaps you have a song lyric that fits these times, too. Give a share. My nomination to date
Thank you for the indulgence.
My pick: Sweet Caroline (at Fenway Park)
@hank is now a delete message. Perhaps the lyric and my view of the words are not as hank read them. Tis the nature of lyric, eh?
"Yes, she really worked me over good.
She was a credit to her gender.
Put me through some changes, boy--- sorta like a Waring Blender."
I find that I must link to the webpage, not just the link to the playback video. Youtube doesn't like me anymore. Because I turned off all of its ads.
"There are two kinds of men in this world. Those with a crush on Linda Ronstadt and those who never heard of her." - Willie Nelson
“ Well, I was drunk the day my mom got out of prison
And I went to pick her up in the rain
But before I could get to the station in my pickup truck
She got run ned over by a damned old train.”
"I'd have bounced a basketball through a minefield to get to her."
That's a wonderful description of real determination!
The Who: "Eminence Front."