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Thread: What Is Your All Time~~~ F*a*v*o*r*i*t*e Song

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    and why ??

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    Free Bird!!!! It says it all.

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    Queensryche -- Silent Lucidity

    Don't know why I like it so much. I really like the instrumental parts.

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    Blueberry Hill by Fats Domino.

    My late DH and I would go after work up 99 highway to the little round rock restaurant called Blueberry Hill. We would sit back in a dark and almost hidden booth and eat blueberry pie, listen to Fats Domino on the juke box, and whisper sweet nothings to each other.

    Both DH and the restaurant are gone now, both just sweet memories.

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    Go Rest High on That Mountian, by Vince Gill, I just love that song, I love the words to it and its meaning. Has anyone else heard it and really listen to the words? Makes me have chill bumps.

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    I won't let go- Rascal Flats.Its their new one and I just love it

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    "More Today than Yesterday" by the Spiral Staircase. DH has been singing it to me for over 40 years. If it comes on the radio he will call me and put the phone up to the speakers so I can hear it, such a sweet man.

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    Go Now by the Moody Blues. Haven't the foggiest idea why.

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    Need you now! by Lady Antebellum .... don't know why I just love it!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamer2009
    and why ??
    Turn The Page by Bob Seger..

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    Last Date, Floyd Cramer. Just pretty music.
    Hope this don't date me.

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    The Dance by Garth Brooks. I remember the day the my then 16 year old son had me listen to it. I didn't know who Garth was. I became a fan that minute. Great memories of the next two years of the music playing and all of us at several Garth concerts.

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    Key Largo, just love it & always will! Use to go CW dancing & the band played, lead singer sang it great too, lots of good memories come floating back whenever I hear it!

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    Anything by the Beatles or Simon and Garfunkle. Paul Simon is playing in Seattle tonight and here I am at work!!!

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    Life's a dance by John Michael Montgomery, it always puts me in the greatest mood

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    Bridge Over Troubled Water by Simon and Garfunkel. To me it kind of defines what real love and friendship is all about.

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    Time in a Bottle

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    I hope you dance by Lee Ann Womack, My daughter sang this for her HS graduation (I'm proud to say she got a standing ovation!!) and I think it says it all for new grads just starting out in the world.:)

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    I see some very good songs here that I do love also - Time in a Bottle, Go Rest High on that Mountain, but my all-time favorite is:

    Pieces of April by 3 Dog Night. The story for me has to do with the loss of a child.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8JA1XAmzbnw

    Nancy

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    Imagine by John Lennon. Just listening to this song makes me think we can all make the world a better place if we try. Yes, you can say I'm a dreamer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dakotamaid
    I hope you dance by Lee Ann Womack, My daughter sang this for her HS graduation (I'm proud to say she got a standing ovation!!) and I think it says it all for new grads just starting out in the world.:)
    I LOVE THIS SONG SO MUCH !!

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    Percy Sledge when a man loves a woman!
    OR BIg Log by Robert Plant...

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    Mine would be:
    Ravel's
    BOLERO
    for the 1984 Sarajevo Olympics
    Gold medalist Pairs Skaters
    Torvil & Dean

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamer2009
    Mine would be:
    Ravel's
    BOLERO
    for the 1984 Sarajevo Olympics
    Gold medalist Pairs Skaters
    Torvil & Dean
    Ah yes, dreamer, I remember that one!

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    Depends on what's playing on my ipod at the moment...

    I'm a "button pusher" when driving my car. A song comes on, and I just have to push the button to see if there's any other songs on any other stations I like better. So, when I loaded my I-pod, the criteria was...Would I listen to this whole song, or push the button? Listen to the whole thing - it's on the ipod...hope for something better, not so much.

    That said...ANYTHING by Jimmy Buffett (my all time favorite singer) has a song "I have found me a home"...that's probably my all time favorite song.

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