Most of the tunes belonging to the great American Songbook are simple affairs that could belong to any year and deal with universal human themes.
Such is the case with “All I ever do” by the Great Peacock. Bittersweet vocal lines are shed with the experience of a pro songwriter. Atmospheric guitars flesh out the background.
And, like all great country-rock numbers, this one too finishes abruptly and left generally unresolved.