Friday, June 27, 2008

Say It Ain't So!

The Internet is buzzing with rumors of reported plans for mega-star pop legend Madonna to end her marriage to film director Guy Ritchie.

Apparently Madge is seeking advice from a London divorce attorney who handled Paul McCartney's divorce from the one-legged model Heather Mills and also Prince Charles from Diana, Princess of Wales. Supposedly Madonna did not have a prenuptial agreement, which means her husband could get half of her assets, rumored to be at $600 million. Personally I saw this divorce coming when I read the lyrics to one of the songs called "Miles Away" on her newest hit "Hard Candy" album. When I first heard the song and then read the lyrics, I felt Madonna was writing about her relationship with her husband. They are often apart from each other, one in London, and the other in the US, and the lyrics make sense. The rumors of their divorce are not due to a fight but more that they have just grown apart. Check out these lyrics, and see if you pick it up too...

Miles Away (by Madonna)

I just woke up from a fuzzy dream
You never would believe those things that I had seen
I looked in the mirror and I saw your face
You looked right through me, you were miles away
All my dreams they fade away I'll never be the same
If you could see me the way you see yourself
I can't pretend to be someone else
You always love me more, miles away
I hear it in your voice, we're miles away
You're not afraid to tell me, miles away
I guess we're at our best when we're miles away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away

When no one's around then I have you here
I begin to see the picture, it becomes so clear
You always have the biggest heart,
When we're six thousand miles apart

Too much of no sound
Uncomfortable silence can be so loud
Those three words are never enough
When it's long distance love

You always love me more, miles away
I hear it in your voice, we're miles away
You're not afraid to tell me, miles away
I guess we’re at our best when we're miles away

So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away

I'm alright, don't be sorry, but it's true
When I'm gone you'll realize
That I'm the best thing that happened to you
You always love me more, miles away

I hear it in your voice, we're miles away
You're not afraid to tell me, miles away
I guess we're at our best when we're miles a-a-away...

You always love me more, miles away
I hear it in your voice, we're miles away
You're not afraid to tell me, miles away
I guess we're at our best when we're miles away

So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away
So far away

7 comments:

Tod said...

Funnily enough I spotted something similar on the lyrics from her previous album. If she doesn't want him I'll have him, I could do with a spare. :)

Lois Grebowski said...

Sad to hear about marriages breaking up.

CRUSTYBEEF said...

I hope not..but do have to agree that I thought the same thing when I heard the song.
sigh,
Elizabeth

Seamus said...

I'm stunned and amazed that she didn't have a pre-nup!

Biddie said...

LOL at Tod.
Personally, I think that Mr. Ritchie is too good for Madonna. She makes me itchy, thinking of the way that she lived her life in the 80's and 90's.
Plus, he's all cute and you can easily see that she is ten years older...Then there was the whole baby stealing/adoption thing...Yup. There I go, itchy again.
You are soo right about the song lyrics.
I wonder if he has heard them???

TraceyTreasure said...

I hope that they remain civil to one another after the divorce for the children. There's nothing worse than having to deal with parents who hate each other after getting divorced. So sad that yet another marriage is ending. I wonder if it has anything to do with her brother's tell-all book.....We'll see.....

Olivia said...

From day one I wondered how long he could put up with being Mr Madonna. Next up, Mr J-Lo.

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