A Braided Chain

Love is in da blog

Happy February! I’m participating in Bee’s fun music challenge again and hope you’ll join in (you don’t have to play every day).

Today’s theme is a love song containing jewelry. In this sad song, we discover that Brandy loves a man who can’t be with her because his true love is the sea. She wears a locket that bears his name on a braided chain made of finest silver from the North of Spain. It’s implied he gave it to her, which is weird, if you think about it (“can’t stay, honey, but I got you sumpin with my name on it”), but I still love the song. ❤️

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Written for Love Is In Da Blog Day 12.

Image credit to Happy Color.

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12 responses to “A Braided Chain

  1. Always loved this song.

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  2. At least Brandy is free to date other men when her sailor is out at sea. She has her memories of him, but she is not tied down.

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  3. Excellent that you thought of this one – and yes, she’s wearing a locket! Love this one. 🙂

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  5. Love this song!! 😻
    It’s a fine song (such a fine song)
    What a good song it would be (what a good song)
    If the en-ding was a little more hap-py
    🎶😂

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    • Hehe maybe later… it’s just one point in time. Also, Brandy could be just saying this to the jerko drunks who hit on her. She and sailor man have a plan to buy a sweet cottage in 5 years and raise a family… 💖

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  6. Paula, this song is literally one of my absolute FAVS!! Thanks for posting! Brandy….you’re a fine girl…what a good wife you would be…but my life, my love and my lady is the sea….

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  7. One of my favorites, in spite of its unrequited love.

    Like

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