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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by ASATKat, May 22, 2019.
Nice acoustic version of this one.
I'll post this one every time this subject comes up.
Just a perfect, beautiful song... "For A Dancer" Jackson Browne
Still my heart has wings
These foolish things
Remind me of you
Your day breaks
Your mind aches
There will be times
When all the words she said
Will fill your head
You won't forget her
Eldorado by ELO. It's very sad.
"Walk Away Renee" by The Left Banke
"I Can't Make You Love Me" Bonnie Raitt
The song my wife loves is the song I tear up when she asks me to sing it for her. The song is Vince Gills "Look At Us". Sandie and I are in our 59th year of being married, she was 18 and I was 22 and a serving soldier in the British Army. So she accompanied me to Germany for 3 years and to Cyprus for 3 years and in 1983 we moved over to Western Australia so there wasn't much time that we we apart.
Another sad song is "Don't Tell Momma I Was Drinking" by Frank Ballard, which I only do by request.. S
Lookout Mountain - Drive By Truckers'
Kill Myself - Il Y A Volkswagens
Black Peter by the Grateful Dead.
It's really a funeral dirge.
Sting, Why Should I Cry For You- I believe he wrote it about his father upon his father's passing. I can not listen to it all the way through without tearing up. Fathers and sons and all the bittersweet feelings that go along with those relationships.
+1 on both of those. Oh sweet sadness!
+1, and I really like the Susan Tedeschi/TTB version.
Sadness needs to be current, this is fresh sadness,
ok here's some current sad stuff for ya