Elton John's second US album, 'Tumbleweed Connection was released in 1970. Coming off the big success of his 'Your Song' LP, it was surprising that 'Tumbleweed' didn't produce any hit singles, but it did contain a number of Elton classics, including 'Where To Now, St. Peter' and 'Burn Down the Mission'.

But my favorite is 'Come Down In Time', a simple, but beautiful, John / Taupin ballad about, well, being stood up. Take listen. I'm pretty sure you'll like it, too. After all, what's not to like bout the line, 'There are women and women, and some hold you tight. While some leave you counting the stars in the night.'