In a week embedded with hurt eff, “keeping real” I’m “keeping it ‘hurt”’ – word-up baby-par/straight-jacket daddy-o.

Candi Staton: Too Hurt To Cry (Comp. by G. Jackson/R. Moore)
From: 12”?(Fame, 1971)

Susan Cadogan: Nice and Easy (Comp. by Lee “Scratch” Perry)
From: Hurt So Good (Trojan, 1975)

Nancy Halloway: Hurt So Bad
From: Hello Dolly/Paris 70’s (Concert Hall/Melodie en Sous-Soul, 1969/2002)

Little Wille John: You Hurt Me (Comp. by Darlynn/Kertis)
From: Sure Things (King, 1961)


  • ”word-up” and
  • "straight-jacket”

verify veracity and gravity, while both:

  • “baby-par” and
  • “daddy-o”

are terms of endearment to emphasize familiarity with said audience – the reader(s) (you), yet in this case both conjunctions are used to stress the invectiveness of this “hurt” entry


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