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Listen To Everyones Favorite Songs
01-07-2013, 08:34 PM #181
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Listen to this beautiful song by Rush,that i've never even once heard played on the radio...

Rush - Tears - 1976 >

Heres another intense song from the same awesome Rush album...

2112 Overture/Temples Of Syrinx - Rush - 1976 >

01-07-2013, 09:44 PM #182
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"No use pretending things can still be right
Theres really nothing more to say
I'll get along without your kiss good night
Just close the door and walk away
At first we thought that love was here to stay
The summer made it seem so right
But like the sun we watched it fade away
From morning into lonely night"

Never Gonna Fall In Love Again - Eric Carmen - 1976 >

01-07-2013, 11:17 PM #183
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You Decorated My Life - Kenny Rogers - 1979 >

01-07-2013, 11:22 PM #184
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My favorite female singing voice...

This beautiful womans amazing voice transcends time and space...

A scene from the movie A Star Is Born - 1976...

Evergreen - Barbra Streisand - 1976 >

01-07-2013, 11:30 PM #185
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Theres no doubt about it...

At least hundreds of millions of people all over the world feel exactly what these lyrics are saying...

"Here i sit and watch my world come crumbling down
I cry for help,no ones around
Silently screaming as i bang my head against the wall
It seems like no one cares at all
Always an emotion,but how could i explain?
Kind of like the scent of a rose
With words i cant explain,the same with my pain
Caught up in emotion,goes over my head
Sometimes i got to think to myself is this life or death?
Am i living or am I dead?
The clock keeps ticking,but nothing else seems to change
Problems never solved,just rearranged
And when i think about all the times that i've had
Some were good,most were bad
I search for personality and i look for things i cannot see
Love and peace flash through my mind,pain and hate is all i find
Find no hope in nothing new and i never had a dream come true
Lies and hate and agony,through my eyes thats all i see
If i'm gonna cry,will you wipe away my tears?
And if i'm gonna die,lord please take away my fear
Before i drown in sorrow,i just want to say
How will i laugh tomorrow,when i cant even smile today
You think somethings funny? laugh at this!
So when i look outside my room,i see the world,but not the reason
What its done to me is not fair,you call it pain,i call it treason
But i dont know what to do,give me a sign i'll take whatever
But if you want me here i am,aint gonna die forever
And i tried to warn ya,but you just turned away
And i tried to tell ya,but not a word i say
I cried out so loudly,but you just covered your ears
I gave you all the signs,but you ignored my tears
So if you want me here i am,i sit here waiting for your decision
But my body fights my mind,they're headed straight for a collision
So am i getting near,or am i still looking in all the wrong places?
But the only thing that seems to change are the looks on the faces"

How Will I Laugh Tomorrow - Suicidal Tendencies - 1988 >

01-08-2013, 04:21 PM #186
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Elvis Presley died at age 42 and Terry Stafford died at age 54...

They both died too young and who do you think had a better singing voice?

Heres both of them singing the same song...

They had very similar voices,although Terry Stafford remains virtually unknown for some reason...

Elvis Presley - Suspicion - 1962 >

Suspicion - Terry Stafford - 1964 >

I think Terry Stafford had a better singing voice,imo,at least with this song he did...

01-08-2013, 04:55 PM #187
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Heres my two favorite Elvis Presley songs...

Dont Be Cruel - Elvis Presley - 1956 >

"We're caught in a trap,i cant walk out
Because i love you too much baby
Why cant you see,what your doing to me
When you dont believe a word i say"

Suspicious Minds - Elvis Presley - 1969 >

01-08-2013, 05:55 PM #188
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I'll Never Fall In Love Again - Dionne Warwick - 1969 >

01-08-2013, 05:57 PM #189
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This is incredibly awesome drumming by 53 year old Buddy Rich in 1970 with mind blowing precision and fantastic speed >

Buddy Rich on why he doesnt use match grip when drumming >

01-08-2013, 06:10 PM #190
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This song was originally released in 1978 and was rereleased in 1981 when it became a hit...

Finders not keepers and all thats left is just reminders
Love in pieces,the debris and the dust of memories
That linger so long,the heartaches that keep hanging on
Just wondering where it all went wrong
And whether i can start anew
Oh but i could never miss you more than i do
Beggers cant be choosers
I've had my share of backing nothing but losers
If i searched the whole world over,from pillar to post
Your the one that i need the most
If i combed this land from coast to coast
Who would take the place of you
Cause i could never miss you more than i do

I Could Never Miss You More Than I Do - Lulu - 1981 >

01-08-2013, 06:53 PM #191
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Here You Come Again - Dolly Parton - 1977 >

01-08-2013, 07:41 PM #192
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Say What You Will - Fastway - 1983 >

01-08-2013, 07:57 PM #193
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Looking out to the stars,think about what you are
How can we find out more,who owns the keyless door
Where does the circle end,who are the unwatched men
Where do we go from here,faith is a fading fear
Life is a waiting room,i hope they dont call me soon
How much more do you really think you know
Than a flower does about whos behind the door

Whos Behind The Door - Zebra - 1983 >

01-08-2013, 08:14 PM #194
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Tell Me What You Want - Zebra - 1983 >

01-08-2013, 08:18 PM #195
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One of my favorite music videos for one of the best progressive metal songs of the 1980s,that i've never even once heard played on any radio station,what else is new?

Bears - Zebra - 1984 >



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