I find this fascinating because the author -- just like many of us at different times -- has turned to the Finns to help him deal with disappointment. I read an interview once in which Neil spoke of the "secret lives" that songs have, how they take on new dimensions within people's lives. And here is a perfect example: a political writer, upset at the results of the election, finds comfort/wisdom/inspiration in "Won't Give In." The Finns are barely mentioned in mainstream American media, much less in political coverage, yet here they are, front and center.
Well, in times of genuine disappointment, there's nothing like genuine comfort. The Finns never fail to provide that, and it's genuinely encouraging to see that there are indeed people out there who recognize this
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