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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by RnR Nolan, Feb 16, 2019.
That’s so cool I can’t even take it. Thanks for sharing!!!
Since this discussion is still going I'll just post another song because why not
This is one I enjoy a lot from a band called Bent Knee. Check them out. They've got some awesome music. They're a bunch of fantastic musicians.
Loving all these suggestions, though. Keep 'em coming!
Ah, Country Music: the music of pain.
This one gets me every time.
Props to the Possum for He Stopped Loving Her Today, also.
Stone Cold Sober. This song never made an album but was on the box set.
I’ll Stand By You: The Pretenders
John Michael Montgomery
-I miss you a little.
It's about his Dad dying, and the memories.
Another, is the Ray Charles Christmas song they play in 'Christmas Vacation'.
Where Clark is in the attic watching old home movies.
This one killed me because of a situation I was in.
Sweet Music Man by Kenny Rogers . . . (a true story too )
Adiós Nonino, Astor Piazzola.
Responso, Anibal Troilo.
Malted milk, Robert Johnson.
Some piece of solo violin by Fritz Kriesler, wich title eludes me now.
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Let Her Cry by Hootie & The Blowfish . . . (another true story too)
Here are a couple from completely different genres:
1. Sissy's Song - Alan Jackson
2. Does Everyone Stare - The Police
The Alan Jackson song is mourning a death, asking why a woman had to die, struggling with it. Very sad.
The second one by The Police is basically a guy apologizing to a girl for being in love with her, like he's sorry for wasting her time and is maybe just embarrassing or annoying her and has no chance of being good enough for her. The verse I'm thinking about goes like this:
I want to write you a sonnet, but I don't know where to start. I'm so used to laughing at the things in my heart.
Last of all I'm sorry, 'cause you never asked for this. I can see I'm not your type and my shots will always miss.
"Does Everyone Stare" is a great song. All of Stewart Copeland's other songs are funny: especially "On Any Other Day". That one is hilarious! "Cut off my fingers in the door of my car. How could I do it!?"
And another song about losing your Dad. :
This one cuts deep. Real deep.