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@QuoraQ sorry...didn't mean it the way you thought i took it. The song you mentioned touched on another sapect of life and that is a good thing. i plan to listen to listen the when i can really hear it.

i am a songwriter and i love how music touches people and you hear a song when you,are supposed to and that is as it is supposed to be. I write and i hope each of my children (ie songs) go into the world and hopefully doing good deeds to others. The songwriter you pointed out would love to know the song affected you at this moment.

 

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this music is absolutely gorgeous................

 

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@Sara_Leighanne the music you are listening reminded my of my favorite all time piece of music from Sting

 

 

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The other beauty song that touchs my soul  I first heard when I watched Donnie Darko - here is a beauty stripped down version

 

 

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Teri Anne

Thanks for posting that Amy and Lindsey collab I had never heard that piece.

They both are awesome talents.

 

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Teri Anne

My all time fave singer is Johnny Gioeli . He played in a band called Hardline in the early 90s.

He sings for guitarist Axel Rudi Pell's band a lot and tours with them.

Axel really influenced my playing overall and got me to play cleaner and not rely on lots of gain in an amp.

Here is a good piece they did a few years back.

 

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Monday August 3... and the HRT is starting to bring in the emotions...tears came this morning...tears of joy and my sense of smell is improving...joy... the song that popped in my head is....

 

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Sara_Leighanne

I am not a Slipknot fan in general, however I ran across the acoustic version of this song ages ago and fell in love with it. Only recently I looked up the official video and girl was I surprised. Make sure you watch to the end. Warning... this is not a happy video.

 

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Just thinking of a wonderful Tom Petty song I did for our Annual FOOD FOR THE HUNGRY concert in Decemberto raise money for the homeless. That's me as Tom Petty in attached photos.

 

 

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Cool!!

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gosh I was listening to a couple Tom Petty tracks and it reminded me of an under appreciated artist... loved this guy from the moment I first heard Crazy Mama. On the album he also wrote After Midnight covered by Eric Clapton, Bring it on Back from Mexico covered by Kansas and Call Me the Breeze covered by Lynnyrd Skinnyrd. Oh and he wrote Magnolia covered by Poco and a little song Clapton covered called Cocaine.

 

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I used to say when J J  put out his first album, I could envision him leaning back on a chair and being so laid back, I could imagine him falling over. LOL

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Jackie C.

Today was Lindsey Sterling (with Lzzy Hale). I wish I could move like that. On the other hand, oncoming traffic probably thought I was a crazy person dancing (badly) down the sidewalk.

 

Also some Mystery Skulls,

 

Hugs!

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Bittersweet - Big Head Todd and the Monsters (live). So sweet

 

 

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Sara_Leighanne

You all should watch the vid I posted yesterday. It is relative. Shrugs.

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Well my cell phone died this morning and I need to replace it.....reminded me of a Beatles song where my cell is the "she".

 

 

 

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Funny! 

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Rock & Roll Woman - Buffalo Springfield, so tasty...

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Ah, back to the days of <3 minute songs.  So much is said in so little time. 

 

"There's a woman that you ought to know

And she's coming, singing soft and low

Singing rock and roll, she's a joy to know"

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@JaniJohn Lennon once said that if you could not said something in 2-3 minutes, you shouldn'y say it

 

@Cyndee My favorite Buffalo Springfield song is Bluebird although Roll & Roll Woman and Mr. Soul are close behind and For What It's Worth is in a category all its own....

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AUGUST 5 - I was thinking this morningthat each of us have our own journey in life and no one can tell you how you should live it and that we all have our struggles but we must embrace our fears and recognize every roadblock is just a short term issue to address to get to the who that you are.....

 

Secret 'O Life

 
The secret of life is enjoying the passage of time
Any fool can do it
There ain't nothing to it
Nobody knows how we got to
The top of the hill
But since we're on our way down
We might as well enjoy the ride
The secret of love is in opening up your heart
It's okay to feel afraid
But don't let that stand in your way
'Cause anyone knows that love is the only road
And since we're only here for a while
Might as well show some style
Give us a smile
Isn't it a lovely ride?
Sliding down
Gliding down
Try not to try too hard
It's just a lovely ride
Now the thing about time is that time
Isn't really real
It's just your point of view
How does it feel for you
Einstein said he could never understand it all
Planets spinning through space
The smile upon your face
Welcome to the human race
Some kind of lovely ride
I'll be sliding down
I'll be gliding down
Try not to try too hard
It's just a lovely ride
Isn't it a lovely ride?
See me sliding down
Gliding down
Try not to try too hard
It's just a lovely ride
The secret of life is enjoying the passage of time
 

 

 

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