[...] rather lovely chord sequence, slightly in the mode of some of the turn of the century composers. It has a quite whimsical, rather fatalistic atmosphere. It's basically about thoughts of mortality. It is a sort of acceptance of the fact that this a journey, and that journey will come to an end. Even the bass sequence, which is almost random, is a plodding footstep kind of thing. A journey towards the tail end, the September of one's years.~Roger TaylorSource: "Journey's End" press release - about the song
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... that two of Roger's daughters, Tigerlily and Lola, and their mother Debbie Leng are models?
On This Day In Roger History
1984Strange Frontier, Roger's second solo album, was released. It peaked at 30 in the UK.