Time caught up with her, there seemed no where to turn. Then she remembered Massachusetts. Searching for the meaning of life, and the most melodious lyrics, she came back to The Bee Gees. From I’ve Gotta Get A Message To You, through the decades, hanging on every word of his unique vibrato. Approaching a time to retire, restored by an Embrace of Robin Gibb and his gift of song. In between clients, her spirits soared. Afloat on a river leading to an ocean of musical discovery.
Through life’s rocky events and tragedies, he became the the light that shone on her. Enthusiastically, she, and her best friend Ellen, purchased passage to this Bee Gee’s Homecoming on The Isle of Man. In wild abandon, they pursued their transatlantic dream, landing in a huge windswept marquee. No longer just imagined, they were there with Robin and His Band! Flowing to the sounds of Too Much Heaven and How Deep Is Your Love, The Greatest Hits from Robin and his awesome brothers.
The spellbound travelers from afar, listened, along with the Manx crowd, as the unofficial National Anthem rose like a vision, impeccably from the voice that touches the heart. A gallant and gifted newly elected President of European copyright, a Native Son. She could see, he was somebody.
Returning over and over again, the following Spring, 67 Brook Street in commemoration of the three boys from Manchester. Afternoon Teas at the Prebendal, where this Heritage Foundation President honored the forgotten veterans of a World War. A pre concert Penguin in the lobby of the Holland Hilton, rainbows all around her. The lad, once from Australia, setting so many hearts on fire. With Titanic effort, together with his son RJ, composing a classical tribute to those unfortunate souls on board an ill fated ship. In all its glory, bound for New York. Heroic, Brave Sir Robin.
How can she confide this incredible journey. The thrill, a Super Star, alongside his amazing, talented wife Dwina and the musical genius of their son, graciously accepting fame. Mozart of his time, with an underlying understanding of melody. Perennial as the grass, said he, stirring universal human emotions. On a wing and a prayer, Robin Gibb taught her how to fly. Like so many, she will wait for one million years……
Au Revoir, Robinxxxx