Art Dudley, commenting on the beautiful lyric to "I Remember You", points out that the words sound right and opines that writing such lyrics can't be taught. His point would seem to be that one either knows what "sounds right" or one doesn't. I hope he's wrong, because some teaching appears to be needed.
A few pages earlier in Michael Fremer's coverage of HE 2006 I encountered the phrase, "...for Ken Kessler and I to compete...". For I to compete? How about, "for Ken and ME to compete"? Not only is that correct, IT SOUNDS RIGHT.
Be careful not to print copy in bold block type which doesn't "sound right". The number one mag in its category has to live up to high standards.