Don’t Pay The Ferryman by Chris de Burgh is one of those classic songs from the 80s.
While the song is said to be about Charon/Kharon the ferryman of Hades from Greek mythology, it isn’t a song we should ignore.
How many of us have sold ourselves out for the promise of something else?
This could be your job, listening to the media, or even worrying about what other people are doing on social media.
When all has been said and done, is it really worth it?
For those who need a refresher, click this link to watch it on Hooktube.
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