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Old 06-20-2021, 05:59 PM
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They do, particularly SYLM and OMH for me. It's like there's a certain restrained emotion. I don't get all verklempt over Songbird, but there's a certain depth underlying even her hooky songs that pulls at me.
Got A Hold On Me has this same quality.
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Got A Hold On Me has this same quality.
Love In Store has always been one of those songs for me. It pulls me in every time. Its fun to sing along with too
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Love In Store has always been one of those songs for me. It pulls me in every time. Its fun to sing along with too
Iím scared of feeling this way.
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Iím scared of feeling this way.
You can't hide it.
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You can't hide it.
I wasn’t trying to hide it. I was trying to fight it.

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I wasnít trying to hide it. I was trying to fight it.

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Sorry, but I can't go back
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I caught that too but didn't want to say anything. I thought he was doing his Stevie impersonation
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I caught that too but didn't want to say anything. I thought he was doing his Stevie impersonation
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Skies The Limit. Deep Tracks. Sirius.
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What's your point? That the English language is dead?
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They do, particularly SYLM and OMH for me. It's like there's a certain restrained emotion. I don't get all verklempt over Songbird, but there's a certain depth underlying even her hooky songs that pulls at me.
SYLM always excites me. The backing track is catchy and well-executed, but it's her voice, the pure joy of that low alto, and then the way the three voices mix in the chorus. I can hear that song 100x in a row and never get tired of it.

I enjoy "Songbird" as an earthy, direct address, a kind of homely and naked appeal to a lover whose beloved has seen her in the morning without makeup and still loves her for her unaffected beauty. But I do NOT consider the song an intense tear-jerker. "Why" and "Oh Daddy" are the weepers.

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Heard As Long As You Follow in the grocery store this morning.

One of the most underrated songs in history
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Heard As Long As You Follow in the grocery store this morning.

One of the most underrated songs in history
I had SO much hope for the new band with Billie & Rick when I heard this! And I agree, it's a beautiful, lush song. Sadly, we got the poorly produced dreck that followed.
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Heard As Long As You Follow in the grocery store this morning.

One of the most underrated songs in history
I don't think I liked it as much then as I do now. It's such a beautiful song.
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