Fourth piece of the Puzzle (keep thinking straight ... good luck!)
The words of which song on Procol Harum's 1970 LP masterpiece Home was said, by Keith Reid, to have come to him after watching the film Midnight Cowboy?
Which of these three
responses comes closest to answering the question? Make a note of
the red number
so you can find the answer again easily at the end.
Lay Lady Lay, written for the film, uses the same four chords as About to Die.
You can sing the one over the intro to the other.
Don't believe me?
Try it, schmuck
No More Fear of Flying is the only Procol track with 'sacred cow' on it
Mr Reid once claimed that Midnight Cowboy prompted him to write The Dead Man's Dream
Resources: search 'Beyond the Pale' by
clicking here and (without deleting 'site:procolharum.com') typing 'Midnight
Cowboy' and/or 'Fear of Flying' and/or 'Keith Reid' and/or 'list of
Back to the how-to-play page for the 2015 'Beyond the Pale' Christmas puzzles | Forecast for tomorrow's puzzle: it's going to focus on the Broken Barricades album and the subsequent life of some of its songs!