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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Kirchensfan, May 26, 2017.
See That girl
Nothing to hide
After the roses
Paul Kelly - Deeper Water...
A certain song I heard after my daughters passing. We even play it but I don't tell band mates
You catch this on the wrong day...
Albert King, "The Very Thought of You" off some live record I got.
Neko Case, "In California"
Alice Donut, "Come Up With Your Hands Out"
Almost forgot "Whistles the Wind" Flogging Molly.
Girl of the North country.... For personal reasons....
kd Lang's Hallelujah...Mom's funeral
Pretty much anything by Patsy Cline...
When i was younger, i used to say you aint a man if this song doesnt hit ya hard.
Now i just think it....
Silent House by the Dixie Chicks...
Reminds me of my mom dying of lung cancer, metastasis to the brain, bones, spinal chord, just about everywhere. But watchin' her sit with my young daughters trying to read to 'em, and just generally interact. Damn,...now I'm choked up again.
I actually like that song too. The Band Perry has a few songs that aint too bad. She has a beautiful voice and she looks dang good too.
"Home Sweet Home" by Peter Gabriel.
I Still Can't Say Goodbye - Chet Atkins
Finbar Furey's "The last great love song". He is about the same age as me, and I can empathise.
'Your Long Journey', especially the duet version by Robert Plant and Alison Krauss.
George Jones, 'He Stopped Loving Her Today' still gets me sometimes.
Songs? Can't say I can think of any.
Highway Patrolman and Boulder to Birmingham - seemed to hear them all the time after my brother died.
Billy Joel's Goodnight Saigon.
Lots of Leonard Cohen.
Lucinda Williams's version of Greg Brown's "Lately"
There are so many. I'm a crybaby…
Woman in Chains