What a fucked up metaphor, I thought to myself. On most reality scales, Stephanie's problems rate about a notch or two above bad indigestion. The longing was there, the desire for discovery was overpowering, but the sexual release was seemingly disconnected as if my lust for the images was separate from my want for release.
The End of Innocence, Guest Post by Guy New York Ц Sugarbutch
Share on Facebook Don Henley didn't exactly shy away from including social commentary on his first two solo albums, but when it came time to record his third, The End of the Innocence, his politics were much more prominent -- and the result was the biggest hit of his post- Eagles career.