Why Don't You Take Up with the Baker's Wife Instead of Me?
Before she got caught between the moon and New York City and after she penned an ode to a groovy kind of love, Carol Bayer Sager put out three albums of decreasingly interesting returns but started off as a wonderfully quirky singer songwriter whom I was really fond of at the time. Thanks to Friendatella for tipping me off to the (above) cover of "You're Moving Out Today" by Australian Mark Trevvorow from Carol's first album (as performed below). I always loved the way it felt like something that came from early 20th Century Hester Street not the late 1970s. It is a very liberating tune to me, and one I sing anytime I go through a break up and am reminded why I prefer to live with a basenji and not another human.