Author Topic: death of a friend  (Read 2638 times)

Ryan

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Re: death of a friend
« Reply #15 on: December 06, 2003, 07:01:00 pm »
thanks for all of the suggestions.  Don't forget to include the title of the songs that you're providing lyrics for.
 
 So far, H2O's F.T.T.W. is the best album that I have found!

Jaguär

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Re: death of a friend
« Reply #16 on: December 06, 2003, 07:07:00 pm »
Don't forget, the most important thing is to get something that you think he'd really like. That's what he'll end up listening to. No matter how poignant or well-meaning the songs are, it won't mean a whole lot if he never bothers to give them more than the initial listen.
 
 What kind of music does he tend to like?

slappy

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Re: death of a friend
« Reply #17 on: December 07, 2003, 02:38:00 pm »
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Originally posted by mark e smith:
   
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Originally posted by brennser:
  The The 'Love is Stronger than Death', from the Dusk CD
With the line,
 
 "Me and my (dead) friend were talking, on the cold light of morning......."
 
 good album though. [/b]
Uhhhh. It's actually...
 
 "Me and my friend were walking
 In the cold light of mourning"

bungle bud

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Re: death of a friend
« Reply #18 on: December 07, 2003, 03:06:00 pm »
heather nova-siren
 but dont get any of her cds after 98 cos they are shite
 chantal kreviazuk-colour moving and still, contains souls one of my fav tracks ever,the cd covers love,depression and erm death.
 and what about:
 the bee gees-their greatest hits the record.

Sir HC

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Re: death of a friend
« Reply #19 on: December 07, 2003, 10:25:00 pm »
Lemon Jelly has some great tracks that are very happy and for the most part lyric free.  http://www.lemonjelly.ky/ is their homepage.  Their album Lost Horizons has some great happy music tracks.