Men and women from all over the globe want one thing. That one thing is love and companionship. Love is a place of emotional bliss that can only be achieved by finding your perfect match. It does not matter how many material things we acquire throughout the years, and finding someone to hold onto is what our souls need.
In the 1950s, part of growing up was finding a life partner to share everything with. It was a notion taught by parents and older family members, preparing men and women to complete one of the most critical tasks in life. Finding someone that was the perfect match and the perfect compliment.
Paul Anka was one of the biggest heartthrobs of the decade. His adoring fans line up around him as he sings his heart out. He explains that life is not all about money and status. In the end, all humans want to love someone wholeheartedly and be loved back at the same level of commitment.
You can see in the background that he is a man that people want to see. He is a person that needs to be heard, letting his life-changing voice enter the soul. That is what good music does to a person. Anka has mastered that and continues to be an idol of many today.
He is one of the main reasons people pick up the guitar and want to learn how to play. There is something that playing a good tune on the guitar can do to a person. Not just the person that is sitting on the couch listening, but the one playing the instrument.
Lonely Boy is a song that all ages should listen to on repeat. It describes how we all feel about being alone, regardless of the century. The music itself does not bring you down as you may think from the subject. Instead, his voice lifts your soul up and creates a time where all his fans want to reach.