>Off the Beaten Path>"THAT" song
I've got a fever...
NICE. That song is one that I have to turn up the volume for anyhow, but ...Now I'll have to picture a hot great dancing bouncer when I hear that song!
On your deathbed, you won't wish that you'd spent more time at the office. But you will wish that you'd spent more time running. Because if you had, you wouldn't be on your deathbed.
Great. Now whenever I here that song, I'll have this picture of a hot great dancing bouncer. I'm gonna need to find something to replace that visual real soon...
voiceofgrog--- Cool link, thank you. There are a few songs I've been looking for, maybe I can find them there. One song is by the Monkees (I think) some of the words are "No heartaches I'm no longer lonely, nights of waiting finally won me, happiness it's all the love in you..." Sound famliar?
Check this out! Monkees - Papa Gene's Blues
If ye like the nut, crack it.
They describe everything I felt at the time and still feel!!
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Good question!! I think if I had to pick *one* (so many to choose from), it would be Vision of Love by Mariah Carey. My bf at the time (dh now) and I were out dancing at a local bar. All I remember is this song beginning after a faster one ended. We were (gets corny...hold on!) gettin' closer, slowly spinning in circles and then we were lip locked! It was our *first* kiss. Everything around us completely faded away and it was like we were in slow motion. Next thing you know, the noisy bar came back and Mariah was singing again. Funny thing is, the exact same thing happened to my husband! Neither one of us had ever had that happen where everything just disappeared- sight and sound! You literally couldn't hear or see a thing except each other!!
Even more ironic are the words to the song!! They describe everything I felt at the time and still feel!!
You'll ruin your knees!
Sockoni that's sweet. To my wife's lasting embaressment "our song" is a tune written by Randy Newman called "You Can Leave Your Hat On". I think Joe Cocker did a cover of it for the soundtrack of "9-1/2 Weeks". Just like you, we heard it in a bar on a first date played by a blues band. She's Indian & is fairly conservative & hadn't been in too many bars. She cracked up at the lyrics & that was a fun time. I think of her whenever I hear that song.
""...the truth that someday, you will go for your last run. But not today—today you got to run." - Matt Crownover (after Western States)