My dearest darling is a song made by the old soul queen Etta James. She’s sings about an old brown trout who haunts her dreams in a good way. Because she knows when she gets it, the world will bes a happy place to live in.
That’s kind of like we at frontsidefly are feeling right now. We know there are so many trout that needs our love and attention but the season has comed to an end. That’s when we dream ourselves to another world. A world full of beauty and joy.
This may be the definition of a world full of beauty and joy.
Ms James continues her lyrics by singing:
I pray your answer’s yes
I’ll make your life
Full of happiness
If you’re not a poetical kind of human beeing it translates to that she’s wants the trout to eat her dry fly.
Happiness by definition.
Furthermore Ms James sings:
Oh nothing, nothing, nothing in this world
Can keep us apart
Unh my dearest darling
I’m offering you my heart
We have been thinking about that line for some time now. We’re not really sure what she means but we guess it must be that she never ever will use a nymph. That would keep them apart yet instead she offers her heart. And that of course can only be one thing. Her money.
My dearest darling.
What we really like with Ms James’s song is this line:
Oh, yeah whenever you need me
I’ll..I’ll be there by your side
Oh I pledge my love to you
With God as our guide
That line made it all come so clear to us. The trout needs us. We need them, at our side. We will pledge our love, with the may fly god as our guide. So we simply had one thing left to do. Book a ticket to New Zealand yet once again. There’s only one problem with that mr trout – I’m offering you my heart.
This was some footage of fish in water. No more no less. Made with a pocket camera a few years ago.