After a string of hits in the 1970s, Gordon Lightfoot's career slowed down measurably in the '80s. But his final Top 40 single -- "The Circle Is Small" from his 1978 LP, "Endless Wire" -- was certainly one of his best. Although the Go-Go's were my first "real" concert -- followed by Missing Persons, both in 1982 -- I actually saw Gordon Lightfoot two times prior to those. And the older I get, the less embarrassed I am to admit it. "The Circle Is Small" was actually a newly recorded version of a song that appeared his "Back Here on Earth" album in 1968, but the new slower arrangement changed it from a folk song to an anthem for jolted lovers everywhere. Enjoy!