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Without You:  Nilsson

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I'M MOVING ON  by Rascal Flats 

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Take Me Back:  Little Anthony And The Imperials

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James Morrison.jpgJames Morrison - In My Dreams

 

In My Dreams - James Morrison

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"No More Tears In Heaven"

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Born under a bad sigh.By the band Cream, and many others. Main lirik ,If it was't for bad luck I would't have no luck at all.

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"I Lost My Woman to a Touring Rock Star" by the Foggy Valley Riders, circa 1972.

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Honey by Bobby Goldsboro 

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Tell Laura I Love Her

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"Blessed Are" by Joan Baez is primarily about the loss of "the young ones who have died" and I think mostly of the parents who have lost their own child.  We say things like "they died before their their time" and parents say " it's not right that they die before the parents."  It is a tragedy among tragedies.  One verse is "wild deer die in the mountain snow" partly which means some of us die in our prime, despite beauty and young life.

   

The song is about other things at deeper levels, and speaks to my whole philosophy of life, but that's a long discussion I can't go into in this short space.  Do listen to it if you can. 

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