Francis Duggan

What Sounds Good To You - Poem by Francis Duggan

What sounds good to you does not sound good to me
The blare of rock music with my senses does not agree
The loud stereo in your car that you do play
You well may live for to regret one day
Still that is your music the greatest sound you have known
And like 'tis said by some to each their own
And though in loss of hearing for your love of rock music you may pay
To each their own again to you I do say
Of rock music I've never been a fan
To you I'm just one more old fashioned man
And though I understand your point of view
Hard rock is something that's no longer new
You love hard rock and that does suit me fine
But your sort of music could never be mine.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 9, 2010

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