Music Monday with Maggie May

Last week I was in the car listening to my favourite rock station. In between songs, the announcer mused on Jimmy Page’s new girlfriend.

She’s 25. He just turned 71.

As he went on and on about the age difference, I thought … this is news? Who cares?

I certainly didn’t. They’re both consenting adults and it’s their business and no one else’s.

The only thing I got out of it was today’s music choice.

I know Rod Stewart has had his share of young girlfriends, but “Maggie May” is about an older woman/younger man relationship.

Enjoy this blast from the past, and have a great week,

~ eden



Filed under Musical Mondays

12 responses to “Music Monday with Maggie May

  1. Is it hard for you to drive when you’re doing the air guitar?


  2. Thanks for Monday ‘Rod’, sweet Eden… Guess ‘love’ knows no age boundaries! 🙂 xox


  3. I absolutely see nothing wrong with younger women, lol


  4. Crazy old Rod. Thanks for that one, Eden. Now I’ll be humming it for the rest of the day. 🙂

    As for the radio announcer digging into Page’s personal life… I guess everybody’s gotta have a job. 😉


    • I know Tim, it’s a job to talk on the radio, certainly. I suppose I’m not one who really cares about the personal lives of rock stars in that sense. When the announcer continued to question why Page was going out with a woman almost 50 years younger than him… I had to laugh.

      The simple answer?

      Because he can. Period.

      They had just played a Zeppelin song and it was Page’s birthday, so it was topical. Still … I’d just rather hear another song. 😉

      Thanks for commenting Tim xox

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  5. I haven’t heard that in awhile, but I stopped listening to the radio. The inane chatter of DJs, particularly in the morning, is grating. I’d rather listen to the music than them.


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