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I need to sneak in and look at what people have been posting (from what I see, some goodies)

I just felt like sharing this. Watched Sleazy Rider (Easy Rider) not too long ago, and having lost my dad a few months ago, when I hear this song I think of him. Dad loved Kris Krisofferson.

 

And Dennis Hopper XD
 

 

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10 minutes ago, Blue Dragon said:

I need to sneak in and look at what people have been posting (from what I see, some goodies)

I just felt like sharing this. Watched Sleazy Rider (Easy Rider) not too long ago, and having lost my dad a few months ago, when I hear this song I think of him. Dad loved Kris Krisofferson.

I'm so sorry for your loss. I lost my dad earlier this year as well. He always loved Elton John and The Beatles. He was completely tone-deaf, and had no sense of timing or rhythm, but he'd attempt to sing Roxanne by The Police as loud as he could when it came on. Didn't care one bit if he was off-key, his goal was to entertain those around him, and he often succeeded at it.

If you ever wanna talk, feel free to PM me.

This one's for you, dad. ❤️

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^That's so strange, as in, my dad loved to tunelessly hum to like alt rock (he was a baby boomer freak, born 1951, so it was great that he actually loved a lot of the stuff that my sis and I grew up with XD).

 

The Police were great. Lots of songs that were both played, and not played on the radio :3 Fantastic band.

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4 hours ago, viruxx said:

I'm so sorry for your loss. I lost my dad earlier this year as well. He always loved Elton John and The Beatles. He was completely tone-deaf, and had no sense of timing or rhythm, but he'd attempt to sing Roxanne by The Police as loud as he could when it came on. Didn't care one bit if he was off-key, his goal was to entertain those around him, and he often succeeded at it.

If you ever wanna talk, feel free to PM me.

This one's for you, dad. ❤️

I always preferred "Invisible Sun, Don't Stand So Close, Message in a Bottle, King of Pain, and Every Breath You Take."

 

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Magic, Moondust, & Melancholy ... ( and yes, that's Mercedes Lackey the author )

 

 

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