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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Kirchensfan, May 26, 2017.
Kasey's version of Fred Eaglesmith song
Paul McCartney's Calico Skies.
It's from Flaming Pie, and it came out the year of Linda's passing.
The first two verses seem to be a love song (I think to Linda) and the last verse is anti-war.
It "gets" to me.
It's another waltz, too.
Born to Run - Bruce Springsteen
Roar - Katy Perry
Ellis County by Julie and Buddy Miller. With my parents getting up in age I find myself thinking more about what things were like when I was a kid and what our lives were like.
Molotov and We Were Vampires both choke me up.
This one :
The Yahoos Over the top
And this one always reminds me, how much I love my wife:
Every single time. . . .
Eagles The Last Resort...
and Don Henley Heart of the Matter
"Where I've Been" - Rival Sons.
Not only an amazing band, this live performance (in studio) is a tear jerker no matter how hard I fight it.
Just about anything these two amazing sisters sing..
Here's Vika and Linda Bull
I forgot this one about the dying of my Uncle. The singer and writer is my Cousin. I am that boring looking guy with the Telly.
Merry Christmas to all of you.
Loggins and Messina- Golden Ribbons. (Vietnam era but still applicable today)
"I see young men my own age in coffins
And mothers in tears for their sons
And sweethearts and wives
Alone with their memories
And golden ribbon's those fortunes of war"
And.... since it's Christmastime
"O Holy Night" because it was my mom's favorite
Slowed down version of Jolene
I forgot the Tennessee Waltz.
I was in a friend's wedding (a Tennessean like myself) and his dance with his mom was the Tennessee Waltz. She was in Stage 4 cancer and died just a few months later, but it was a beautiful moment.
"Lila" by Don Henley.
"He Stopped Loving Her Today by George Jones.
"I've Been Loving You" by Otis Redding.
And the tears WILL flow!