The last resort is one of the best songs that the Eagles ever wrote. It was written by Glenn Frey and Don Henley, and it topped the charts in 1976. This song is about how man inevitably destroys the places that he finds beautiful.
It tells about how people flocked to the west in the 1800's and how they destroyed it by mining the land, building buildings on the land, and so on. This is a very interesting and insightful song, and it never gets old.
Henley's voice is really strong and he sings this song with so much passion that it just makes you want to listen to it over and over again! The music, the instrumentation and the lyrics are all amazing. It's just a great song to listen to and you will be in tears after listening to it!
It is also a very important song because it talks about how people are not so protective of the world around them. The land is being ruined because of the people that are not so good and are misrepresenting God. It is a very important song for everyone to hear and understand the message of this song.
The last resort is a very important song for the Eagles to write and perform. It is very important for them to speak out about the things that they see and hear and try to fix them. It is very important for them to have a positive impact on the world and their music can do that.