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Behind the mask

Posted by Claudia Moser on 7:00 PM in , ,
Motto:

“Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth.”
by Oscar Wilde



And now I would like to know which song you like best?







You sit around and I watch your face
I try to find the truth, but that’s your hiding place
You say you love me, but it’s hard to see

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11 Comments


Good evening Claudia,
Great post - my fav song is the one with Eric Clapton & All stars :)
Have a wonderful weekend!
Hugs x


I love the Oscar Wilde quotation,
so true
reminds me of when people have a few drinks, they loosen up and tell it
as it is!

Can't listen to the songs because the sound on this silly computer is jinxed,
I will go on the laptop later and listen!

Happy Friday my friend x


Funny isn't it how we can say more of what we think if we are using a mask or another persona?!

Eric Clapton one of my all time faves!

Hugs~


Interesting and so true! I've always liked Eric Clapton.


MJ..that says it all! :)


I prefer Eric Clapton.

I find too many people on the internet hide behind a mask.


If I had to pick...it would be MJ.


I would have to go with Michael Jackson!

Kathy
http://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com/


@Eva - have a lovely weekend as well. And you chose like Peter did :)
@Fiona - Happy Saturday, hope not much rain in your part of the world!
@Sush - well yes, many times people hide behind masks since they believe they will be easier accepted
@Laura - one of the best guitarist ever!
@Jo - but of course!
@Darlene - they do?
@Susan - close call on this question!
@Kathy - like Susan :)


Hi Claudia. I guess we all hide behind a mask to a certain extent. My favourite would have to be the Eric Clapton one!


@Diane - so far Eric Clapton is leading :)

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