I grew up listening to a lot of radio in the 70s and 80s, and still have a warm spot in my heart for Lite FM music. Todd Rundgren. Janice Ian. Kenny Loggins. One of the first adult albums that I ever bought was Juice, by Juice Newton, and that Wildfire song about the horse that breaks out of its stables during a storm used to make me cry. I think Lite FM music is appealing because it's simple and straightforward, sometimes deceptively so. You're doing your thing, singing along, until one day, a friend asks "What did you just say?"
So it was with the England Dan & John Ford Coley (yeah, what the hell??) classic "I'd Really Love to See You Tonight." I was a college graduate by the time I realized the chorus wasn't:
I'm not talkin' 'bout the linen