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Okay, now I am putting up the threatened song lyrics. Well, not *the* threatened lyrics, I don't even remember what I was thinking about yesterday. But, on my way back from lunch, I heard this song (don't know artist or title):

I will remember you
Will you remember me
Don't let your life pass you by
Weep not for the memory

It seemed kind of appropriate to what I was talking about earlier.

Upon reflection, I think that the whole song lyric thing, if it is a regression on my part, is not a bad one. I haven't listened to music much at all in the last couple of years, let alone thought about the lyrics. I need music back in my life.


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Sep. 11th, 2003 12:49 pm (UTC)
Is it a singles thing? I've just started listening to more music again as well. :)
Sep. 11th, 2003 04:46 pm (UTC)
Hey y’all, please don’t take this personally, but I REALLY hope it’s not a singles thing. D listens to music all the time, since way before I met him!

I find that I go through phases. Personally, I’m more likely to listen to music when I am more willing to listen to myself (in other words, when I’m trying to ignore myself, I’ll flip on the tv rather than listen to music – it’s easier to ignore my own head when I’m brainlessly letting tv and email push my thoughts away than it is when I’ve got just music on!)
Sep. 11th, 2003 06:21 pm (UTC)
I listen to a lot of music recently, and I am most certainly not single. But I am married to someone who enjoys music, and I spend enough time in my car that being able to listen to music is a good thing.
Sep. 11th, 2003 05:51 pm (UTC)
I believe that's Tori Amos, "I Will Remember You." They play it on WPLJ all the time... and it's the "official" song of the Columbine shootings. Wait, that sounds crass and callous... that's the song they used for the memorial song that was all over the radio, interspersed with quotes from interviews.
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