And in the end…

August 2, 2011

“And in the end, the love you take…Is equal to the love you make.”

From the very last row to 2nd row. I was seated at Wrigley Field upper deck against the side of the press and a fence over looking the field I was closer to The Cubby Bear on Clark & Addison then home plate let alone the stage which was set up against the ivy in center field. I was perfectly content sitting alone far away with a few strangers as the show began then something amazing happened…
Some little girl walked up gave me & a few random people 2nd row tickets because “Her dads in Paul McCartney’s band?” So I went From row 517 seat #9 (last row) to 2nd row center seat #5 !!!
I would say I’m lucky but the truth is God always surprises me 🙂
Here is the very fitting final song of 6 encores –“The End” 8-1-2011

“The End” is a song by The Beatles composed by Paul McCartney (credited to Lennon/McCartney) for the album Abbey Road. It was the last song recorded collectively by all four Beatles,[1] and is the final song of the medley that dominates side two of the LP version of the album.

“And in the end, the love you take…Is equal to the love you make.”~PM
This song was a very fitting finale of two 3 song encores…enjoy;)

Darryl Markette Music…†††

From Last Row To Front & Center ;)
From Last Row To Front & Center 😉

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