Lobos

“Home is so sad” is Connected to “Missing Home” and in my personal life there is a song called “Don’t Worry Baby” from the “Beach Boys” and it reminds me from the time where me and my family had a country side on Lobos, Buenos Aires. Also I can connect this feeling to the poem ode of melancholy, and as the poem says is a good nostalgic is something I really like to remember and I miss.


Video of the song
https://youtu.be/X9E1by7PocE

This song still is one of my favourites and I listen to it constantly. And this two poems reminds me a lot to the events of my childhood y lived in Lobos.

As the song tittle is “Don’t worry baby” I connect that feeling of relaxation of good vibes to the feeling of nostalgic. I believe they have a lot in common those feelings because they can connect to each other.  For example I feel nostalgic to my countryside and the memories I have there are pure, full of relaxation, being in the pool or being in a chair under the sun in a lovely day. The lyrics to the song goes

“Well it’s been building up inside of me
For oh I don’t know how long
I don’t know why
But I keep thinking
Something’s bound to go wrong
But she looks in my eyes
And makes me realize
And she says «don’t worry, baby»
Don’t worry, baby
Don’t worry, baby
Everything will turn out alright
Don’t worry, baby
Don’t worry, baby
Don’t worry, baby
I guess I should’ve kept my mouth shut
When I started to brag about my car
But I can’t back down now because
I pushed the other guys too far
She makes me come alive
And makes me wanna drive
When she says «don’t worry, baby»
Don’t worry, baby
Don’t worry, baby
Everything will turn out alright

When they say “everything will turn out alright” Is the moment when I feel nostalgia, I interprete, for knowing the song and listening to it for many years, that although a lot of things change for good or bad everything at the end is going to be alright