Paul Simon


Paul Simon is one of the 20th century's most gifted songwriters.

>>By The Great Neutrino   (Monday, 28 Oct 2002 05:48)

Do you have an interpretation of "Diamonds on the Soles" or Kodachrome? I am doing a class project.

>>By Ellen   (Monday, 9 Dec 2002 08:32)

I think Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes is like many of Paul Simon's songs. He gives you just enough information in his lyrics to let you make an assumption as to what he's singing about, but at the same time, he never tells you exactly what it means. That way you get whatever you desire, whatever you were looking for in the song, which may or may not be what he was thinking of when he wrote the song. Every song is your personal treasure hunt to find the gold in the song. Whether or not that was what you wanted to hear, I hope I somewhat helped. And I don't know whether the opinions of a teenager can help you on your project. Good luck!

>>By Carrie   (Monday, 13 Jan 2003 20:56)

I live in Australia, on the cover of the latest paul Simon Collection it says their is a new relase in the spring - US spring I believe - any news

>>By Di   (Saturday, 10 May 2003 16:38)

Being 13 i have looked up to Paul Simon for many years and he is the reason I play guitar

>>By Caryn F.   (Monday, 16 Jun 2003 21:30)

His music has inspired me to do great things with my life. People call me Crazy because of the fact that I like Paul's music because of my age but see age doesn't matter and that is why ever sinc I was 10 years old I have looked up to Paul Simon and I will continue to until I die.

>>By Caryn F.   (Monday, 16 Jun 2003 21:33)

Paul Simon is by far the top artist on my list. I have soooo many favorite bands but there is nothing I'd rather do than smoke a bowl and listen to Negotiations and Love Songs...Oh yeah, and Flogging Molly rules! FFI--24 yrs old

>>By Farfromirish   (Thursday, 17 Jun 2004 05:10)

paul simon, is classic and will always be.

>>By coca   (Sunday, 27 Mar 2005 07:44)

The definition of a 'classic' is that it's such a known work that it will stay. So, I wonder if something that becomes a 'classic' could stop being one...

>>By Noudjali   (Saturday, 15 Oct 2005 14:04)

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