a song which MAY cause me to SUE somebody

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    wow...

    Heartland 'I loved her first'

    HOLY GOD help the guy who wrote that song, because if I get my hands on him, He'll get a beat down.

    I LOVE that song. I can't listen to that song without tearing up - EVERY time I listen I get chocked up. Every Single Time. As the song plays on the radio, my mind creates the vision of my daughter dancing with her just-married guy, at their wedding. I look across the room, and see them there - while a video behind them flashes photographs and clips of home movies of my Daughter's life with her mom and me. I see in one view my then-grown daughter - MARRIED - and just behind her I see the BEAUTIFUL, precious little girl I have now, and for the past few years.

    Reason why I might sue somebody? When I'm in the car, and that song plays over the radio, the tears in my eyes make it hard to see the road. On a couple of occasions I've thought about pulling over, and finishing my cry before continuing.

    (sigh).
     
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    Sissy! :tongue1:














    Seriously though? Good song. :thup:
     
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    I am not a big fan of country, but that song is pretty good.

    "I'm already there" by Lonestar always makes my eyes water. I lost my mom to cancer a few years ago, I can't help but think about how much I miss her when I hear that song.
     
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    Good call! I had to swallow hard, just seeing the title of that song. :(

    And "I loved her first" is beautiful, too.
     
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    The first time I heard that particular song, I was in my 1993 Miata Limited Edition. I was driving near the exit for 72nd Street, in Tacoma WA - on Interestate 5. Within minutes I was snot-dripping-crying. That was what I wanted in a marriage - a LOVE...no...a PASSION? Maybe? A CONNECTION that strong. Where across the miles we could FEEL eachother.

    :D
     
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    You, sir, have been watching FAR too much Hallmark Channel. :lame2:


    :tng:
     
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    GOOD LORD

    I hadn't heard this song before you mentioned it, when it started playing I thought it was about a guy who was still in love with his ex or something... so I thought, awww, cute song... then once I realized it's about a father and daughter... [​IMG]

    it reminds me of that other song that was popular around the time I was planning my wedding in 1998, Butterfly Kisses... I had to pull over on the way to work after hearing that effin song for the first time... [​IMG]

    songs like that...SUCK [​IMG]


    [​IMG]
     
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    I'm out on my tractor mowing 7 acres and I hear it, I was taken back at a fathers love. And it was sweet and innocent IMO that in our world so much craziness I'd hear this song and I pondered about my daughter and her future.
     
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    My parents' song has always been "Faithfully" by Journey. I just dont listen to it anymore. :cry:

    I particularly recall hearing it on the radio around the time my dad was leaving for Iraq.
     
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    Please people, does not anyone ever listen to Gordon Lightfoot anymore?:embarassed:
     

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