Reed wrote a number of love songs in his time, but “Pale Blue Eyes” is the one that qualifies for superlatives, at once wistful and heartbreaking. But it was just the way he played – intuitive, but intuitive matched with brain.” “Pale Blue Eyes” will stand the test of time because it can’t be abused by romantics.
The song was supposedly written for/inspired by Shelley Albin, the girl Reed dated while attending Syracuse University. In the end, it’s about an extramarital affair, passionate love but one that’s unrequited.
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And although Reed wrote the song, he was still impressed by its elegance, particularly Velvet Underground guitarist Sterling Morrison’s solo in the song. It’s the type of song that can’t be abused by wedding ceremonies, embalmed in sap.
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