Grazie. In all honesty, I know many do not agree with it, so I was debating on whether or not to put it in... but then I decided to hell with their opinions. I have my own, as well as the right to express them.
My opinion is this. Fame and glory should not be the bard (or any artist's) goal. Their passion to sing, (or write, or paint) should be enough. If it isn't, then the piece is lifeless, no matter what the outside looks like.
I must say that I do like this immensely. Mostly because I agree with the first stanza. Popular things may be popular because they are produced by popular people, but the most touching things and loved things are loved because the artist put eit heart into their cradt.
So I do like this very, very much my friend, keep up the amazing work!
'Tis a shame that some people fall victim to conformity, and trends. Just because something is popular or famous, does not mean that it is good, and just because it is relatively unknown, does it mean that it is bad. Time is the true test of all things, and if what is popular, and well liked today, as well as hundreds of years from now... well, that says something doesn't it? It means heart was put into the piece.