Metallica’s “Enter Sandman,” for instance, is going for a completely different thing than, say, The Beatles were going for with “She Loves You.”
Why We Should Judge Music On if it Works, Not if We Like it
Matthew Reyes

Speaking of The Beatles, isn’t this what Paul McCartney was really trying to say in “Silly Love Songs?” People have been attacking him for decades for writing schmaltzy love songs, like that in itself was insulting when in fact, it’s exactly what he was trying to do.

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