This song, a collaborative work by Boykin and two other men, sets the representative's favorite saying to music. Boykin spoke, wrote, and shouted it, so it was appropriate for him to sing "Everything is made for love" as well.
The first passage includes a letter from Zelda in May 1919, written from Montgomery, Alabama. In it she discusses homecoming celebrations in the city at the end of World War I, and she asks Scott about his next visit. She also mentions photographs...
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