The stretch of songs beginning with “How” are an aching, beautiful set, and has me wondering another very human question: Why is “How” so difficult sometimes? It can be even more difficult than “Why”.
How (The Cranberries)
How Can I Tell You (Cat Stevens)
How Deep is Your Love (The Bee Gees)
How Do I Let A Good Man Down? (Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings)
How Do You Sleep? (Evangelicals)
How Do You Sleep? (John Lennon)
How Does It Feel? (Ronettes)
How Does It Feel? (Spacemen 3)
How Long Do I Have To Wait For You? (Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings)
How Soon Is Now? (The Smiths)
How Sweet It is (To Be Loved By You) (Junior Walker & the All Stars)
How Sweet It is (To Be Loved By You) (Marvin Gaye)
How You Been (Certainly, Sir)
How? (John Lennon)
For more on Alphabetical Shuffle, click the linked tag. Or find out what on Earth is is in my original post about it.
One thought on “Alphabetical Shuffle: How?”
I think “how” is the hardest because it demands that you really enter into understanding another person’s thoughts and feelings. “Why” is about pure motives, but “how” is a lot more intimate.