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One of the most mysterious and widely speculated songs in rock history, Hotel California is best described in the words of its creators. As Don Henley explained in the Daily

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My head grew heavy and my sight grew dim

This could be Heaven or this could be Hell

There were voices down the corridor

Welcome to the Hotel California

Such a lovely place (Such a lovely place)

Plenty of room at the Hotel California

Any time of year (Any time of year)

She got a lot of pretty, pretty boys

Please bring me my wine

He said, We havent had that spirit here since 1969

And still those voices are calling from far away

Wake you up in the middle of the night

Welcome to the Hotel California

Such a lovely place (Such a lovely place)

They living it up at the Hotel California

What a nice surprise (What a nice surprise)

And she said: We are all just prisoners here

They stab it with their steely knives

But they just cant kill the beast

Relax, said the night man

You can check out any time you like

One of the most mysterious and widely speculated songs in rock history, Hotel California is best described in the words of its creators. As Don Henley explained in the Daily Mail dated 9/11/2007:

Some of the wilder interpretations of that song have been amazing. It was really about the excesses of American culture and certain girls we knew. But it was also about the uneasy balance between art and commerce.

Though the annotations to the left do their best to decipher Henley & co.s words, its important to keep in mind a quote (and classicmalapropism) from Eagles member Glenn Frey: Vaguery is the primary tool of songwriters.

In response to the insinuation that the first working title of the song was Mexican Reggae, Don Felder laughed andresponded:

Yes, thats right. It wasnt really a title. When I first wrote all the music for it, I put it on a cassette with about 16 or 17 other song ideas, another one was what later became Victim of Love, and gave copies of the cassette to Joe Walsh, Don Henley, Glenn Frey, and Randy Meisner. At the time I said, If theres anything on this cassette you like you want to work on, call me and let me know.

And so Henley said, I like that song that sounds like a Mexican reggae. That was his description of what it drew in his mind. And later we started talking about it, and he came up with the framework lyrically of the hotel being a physical structure called the Hotel California, which there is no real Hotel California other than the one thats down on Sunset here, the Beverly Hills Hotel is the artwork on the front of the cover.

During the 58th Grammys in February 2016the Eagles were presented with their Grammyfrom 1977 for Album of the Year because they didnt attend the Grammys in 77. This took place during a commercial break just after they and Jackson Browne finished a tribute to Glenn Frey.

Don Henley pushed backagainst the common assumptions that the song was about drug addiction, or Satan worship:

We were all middle-class kids from the Midwest; Hotel California was our interpretation of the high life in Los Angeles.

It means the woman is obsessed by money and power. Tiffany is a world famous jewelry company. The protagonist of the song could immediately tell of her personality.

Don HenleyDon FelderGlenn FreyJoe WalshRandy Meisner

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