Bee Gees: You’ll Never See My Face Again

When they are young, it is the lyrical maturity that amazes. In 1969, when Barry Gibb was 23 and twin brothers Robin and Maurice were 20, The Bee Gees released the double album, Odessa. Included was this song, about the burn of rejection and the resentment, in relation to the attempted getback.

How does youth have such a mature lens on the world and relationships, across time and place?


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