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      Samantha Joan
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      Hey Grace

      Hope you are well today!

      Ok, here goes, top of the playlist has to be Bright Eyes from Watership Down, never fails to get me welling up.

      Both Sides Now by Joni Mitchell is another, especially when you are watching Love Actually, absolutely heart breaking!

      Finally, it’s Kate Bush and This Women’s Work. The lyrics, the song and the video all combined are absolutely brilliant but tragic and tearful in the same breath.

      Hugs

      Samantha x x

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      Prudence
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      Shannon by Henry Gross. It is about Carl Wilson of the Beach boy’s dog. Gets me every time!

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      MelanieElizabeth
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      One song that I’ve always liked but takes in a different meaning to me of late is “she’s always a woman“ by Billy Joel. I don’t recall if anyone mentioned it earlier in this forum but it really moved me. As a cd (non trans)person I feel a bit of a duality and the lyrics of the song feel almost like observing the female part within me.  The song is beautiful but the description of the woman isn’t exactly flattering and I can feel my alter ego peaking through in his words(essentially she is using him and is extremely manipulative for those who aren’t familiar with the song) I m sure the way Im interpreting it wasn’t Billy’s meaning when he wrote it but that’s how it struck me the last time I heard it. A one way relationship and billy is on the short end, I can empathize with him dealing with melanie at times feels the same way.

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      Grace Scarlett
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      🙏🙏🙏🙏UPDATE🙏🙏🙏🙏

      Just wanted to say thank you for all the wonderful songs you have been choosing….I actually know most of them, and have been digging them out and listening again…haven’t they stirred some great memories??????

      Grace❤️❤️❤️

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      ChloeC
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      These are some of those that I currently remember, there are probably lots more buried deep within me that surface at opportune and sometimes strange times.

      Reflections of My Life – The Marmalade

      Going Home – Sissel

      Wonderful Tonight – Eric Clapton (and Yes, Tears in Heaven is Sadness defined, but still)

      100 Years – Five For Fighting

      The Ash Grove – Shelby Flint, Nana Mouskouri (2 different versions)

       

       

       

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        Grace Scarlett
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        yet more great songs…..x

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      Jin Crocker
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      “The End of the World” by Skeeter Davis. After my first break-up I wore out an 8-track playing the loop. I still cry over it, but have finally reconnected with the girl and we are now friends again.

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        Grace Scarlett
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        It’s a beautiful song…

        I play it quite regularly

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      Charlotte Walker
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      I know this maybe weird Stairway to Heaven by Heart.

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        Grace Scarlett
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        Nothings weird Charlotte…

        we are all different, as you can tell by all the various replies…x

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      Erica Lightly
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      This is kind of embarrassing lol, but Kermit the Frog singing Rainbow Connection gets me EVERY SINGLE TIME. I’m not exactly sure why.

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        Grace Scarlett
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        Erica.

        … you’re so…….🐸brave 🐸…haha xx

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      Wendy Swift
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      I had to think about this one, but one comes to my mind :

      – Love Story (Taylor version), Taylor Swift.  Saw the video, coupled with the song, it definitely brought a tear to my eye.

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        Grace Scarlett
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        love Taylor Swift….

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      Samantha Jo
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      The one song which causes me to get a bit of grit in my eye is You will never walk alone and its not that I am a fan of Liverpool FC far from it. Just lovely lovely lyrics

      Samantha x

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        Leslie
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        I had forgotten that one. I liked the movie Will, I always cry at the end.
        Some the Arsenal will come back, I should live so long. I hope this isn’t a Chicago Cubs type of thing for them, I would love to be able to hold my head up again LOL. As the Cubs said for so long there is always next season.

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        Inga Krasivaya
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        Liverpool?  You poor girl – you need a big hug……  Condescending Inga.  (LCFC – FA CUP – HERE WE COME!!!!!)

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          Samantha Jo
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          Hi Inga

          As I said I am not a fan of Liverpool in fact I am an Evertonian through and through but some people might accept me more as Samantha but have nothing to do with me for liking the LFC anthem!!!!!!!

          Samantha x

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            Inga Krasivaya
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            Everton?  Who could have anything other than total respect for them?  A proper, for-the-fans team (unless they beat LCFC in which case they are a bunch of talentless Scousers that everyone loathes… until the next time we beat them……)  By the way; most folk here still aren’t happy about the dodgy dealing you dictated when selling Leicester’s finest – Gary Winston Lineker – on to Barcelona:  we needed the dosh.  Strange to think in these days that anyone could be that worried about £250,000……  Everton still stand a good chance of finishing ahead of Liverpool – let’s all hope it comes off!  I’m Leicester Till I Die…. Inga.

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      Inga Krasivaya
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      And here’s how to make me even less masculine than I already am…  Purely because it reminds me of a lost childhood and the hopes I had then; Puff the Magic Dragon, by Peter, Paul & Mary.  “Dragons live forever, but not so little boys…”  Didn’t everyone want to not have to grow up?  Now feeling ancient…  Inga.

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        Paula F
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        “Puff” made me remember back when my sister taught me that I could call the radio station and ask them to play a certain song, and that the guy probably would do it.  The town where we lived was maybe 10,000 people back then and had only 1 radio station on the AM band.  I had to stand on a chair to reach the wall phone, but the people here got hear “Puff The Magic Dragon” every day for almost a month before my attention got directed another direction.  But, the guy that answered the phone got to know my name and what time I was going to call each day, and he would dutifully play it for me, and everyone else in town too.

        PaulaF

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          Inga Krasivaya
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          Envious:  wish I could have had that experience……  from the view of an older person, it perhaps wasn’t the greatest song ever, but from the point of a lonely child, it really hit a spot….  Eeeehhh… the 1960’s…… don’t get me nostalgic……  Ancient Inga.

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      Joanne Jackson
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      Yes, Living years is a good ‘un.

      I’ll also suggest
      Pink Floyd’s On the Turning Away
      Ralph McTell’s Streets of London
      And
      Mansions of the Lord off the We Were Soldiers soundtrack.

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      Jamie Kane
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      Trace Atkins “Arlington”

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      Bettylou Cox
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      I have two, both sung by Elvis: “Old Shep”, and the one the King himself said was the saddest song he ever heard: I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry”.

      Bettylou

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      Kimberly Lynn
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      I am going to go a little churchy with these  but one is living hope what a beautiful name it is not sure who sings them but when played at church always brings tears to my eyes

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      Amber Scott
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      Sinead O’Conner – Nothing Compares 2 U

      Get out the tissues. LOL.

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      Teri Ray
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      I am probably a bit weird but there are many John Denver songs that get me to tear up. I don’t know why but some do. That’s my story.

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        LisaT
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        Yes there are a few John Denver songs that have that effect. Also for me Brothers in Arms.

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      • #476481
        Grace Scarlett
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        Not weird at all…

        We all have our own favourites x

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      Polly Stewart
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      “Where do you go, my lovely, when you’re alone in your head?” Peter Sarsted!
      Number one all time weepy-eyed favourite!

      Piping my eye Polly😭

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        Inga Krasivaya
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        Polly – When you’re alone in your bed, won’t you tell me the thoughts that surround you, I want to look inside your head……”  The lines about the singer and Marie-Claire begging on the back streets of Naples indeed make me melancholy – plus the song always makes me remember the late 60’s and of having hopes and dreams for the future.  Didn’t the summers always seems hotter then – and the likes of Marianne Faithfull and Bridget Bardot always made you think that the days to come could be glamorous and beautiful?  You’re making me all nostalgic…  Ancient Inga…

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      Caty Ryan
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      There are 3 songs that relate to my deep love for my darling SO

      1/. Carol King’s “Loving You Forever”. I first heard this live here in Melbourne circa 2006 when CK did her “Living Room Tour”. My beloved was there right next to me.

      2/. Judith Durham singing “Colours of my Life” another lovely love song

      3/. This one really got the tears going.

      Richard Samuel’s “Just to see you”. sample lyric  “I wake up every morning just to see you”.

      Trouble is, I first heard it in the late 90’s, on a hire car stereo in the car park of my hotel just outside Toronto. Two weeks into a four week round world business trip and missing home and me darlin’ “sumthin shockin”

      Richard is a vastly underrated Canadian singer/ songwriter in the Billy Joel mould  and I have had the pleasure of meeting him and seeing him play live… 20 years ago if it’s a day, but I will always treasure his music.

      To bring it back to CD land, he released two piano instrumental “soft lights” CD’s. Caty plays them on her I pod when doing her make up, when doing overnight trips away from home.

       

       

       

       

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      Paula F
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      Oh gosh Grace, there are so many emotional songs out there.  I used to be not so open emotionally until after my sessions of chemotherapy.  I cannot prove it by just how I am now, but there was definitely a change.

      Into The Fire…. Bruce Springsteen— the official video will make you ask ‘Why?’ after you see it.

      Dry Your Eyes… Neil Diamond

      The Living Years… Mike and The Mechanics

      Let It Be n Hey Jude… The Beatles

      Dimming Of The Day… Bonnie Raitt

      Rocky Mountain High, Cold Nights In Canada, Rhymes And Reasons, A Song For All Lovers, Flying For Me…  John Denver— so many of his songs will do it.

      Little Wing… Derek & The Dominoes.  It reminds me of my oldest niece when she was 2-3 years old.

      Fountain Of Sorrow… Jackson Browne.

      So, so many more.  Music is supposed to move us, emotionally, spiritually, and to make us think.  But don’t forget the simple songs you sang as a child either, there to make us feel happy and maybe teach a little something too.

      PaulaF

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      BigBangtheory
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      “Amazing Grace” … too many funerals for loved ones that I miss terribly… Stephanie

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        Bettylou Cox
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        Yes, that does it to me, also. And “Taps” at a military burial.

        Bettylou

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          Tonya Leren
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          It didn’t matter where I hear “taps” my heart sinks… as I know another brother or sister in arms has gone home. In my own way I always send up a prayer that their passing was peaceful and there families hearts will heal with a peace of mind knowing they are in a better place.

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      Bianca Everdene
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      All of Allanis Morrisette’s ‘Jagged Little Pill’ album.😭

      Most Adele Songs- inc. ‘Rolling In The Deep’ and ‘Hello’😭

      Candle In The Wind(1997) Elton after Diana’s death😭

      Bridge Over Troubled Waters-Simon and Garfunkel.

      I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing- Aerosmith-at the end of Armageddon😭😭😭

      The Winner Takes It All-ABBA😭I’m divorced🤣listen to the lyrics.

      I’m welling up-need an antidote-where’s my Beachboys CD (Compact Disc not Cross Dresser🤣)

      ❤️Bianca

       

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        Leonara
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        Bianca, Great selection Adele. Works for me and Simon & Garfunkel… thanks for sharing
        Leonara

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        Polly Stewart
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        Beautiful Bianca Jagger… no, Jagged Little Pill! A brilliant album often disparaged but still meaningful in so many ways!

        I reserve the Beach Boys and Jan & Deane for surfing nostalgia!

        You might also consider Carole King, Janis Joplin, who died a very untimely death… Me an Bobby McGee! Ohhh…
        Joni Mitchell! For all those English housewives… teaching then how to have sexual enjoyment.

        Finally… Eric Clapton. “You are wonderful tonight”

        Nostalgia rules KO? Polly

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        Clara Cross
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        Bianca, don’t ever get too far away from the Kleenex. That’s a lot of crying for any gal.

        Clara

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        Grace Scarlett
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        Bianca…lovely selection.

        Alanis..” you oughta know”… wow xx

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      Celeste Starre
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      Only one song that I can think of and it does it every time. That would be “Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee”  by Walela

      Bury my heart at Wounded Knee
      Where a baby’s blood was
      A soldiers pay
      Bury my heart at Wounded Knee
      Let it lie with my brother’s
      Til the judgement day
      My people were the earth
      And the earth was home
      When they stole their land
      They stole their bones
      Let my people, let my people pass
      Crossing over this Jordan is all we ask
      Take the eyes of the guns of peace away
      My people can’t eat promises
      But they can pray
      Now my blood is flowing back to Tennessee
      And my soul is moving in and out of reach
      I’m dancing cause I carry my father’s seed
      And I’m walking on this earth to set my people free
      Bury my heart at Wounded Knee

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        Grace Scarlett
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        Gosh Celeste,

        that’s powerful stuff.

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      Regine Rich
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      Cats in the cradle, by Harry Chapin, because, I literally was that Dad, I did what I had to, for my family, but I missed so much,
      Hugs, Regi👩💕

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        Leslie
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        Another good one. I sort had that dad only mine literally was never in my life. Now I suspect that my daughter sometimes wishes that I wasn’t so much in her life. No not really but we are real close with the same likes and taste so maybe some of the good parts of me have been pasted to her. Whatever skills I may have as a father I learned from my stepdad, god rest his soul! Damn now I am crying!

        Hugs,
        Leslie

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        BigBangtheory
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        Sadly I am also that dad and imagine that there’s more like us. I lost my son to cancer when he was 30 and will never have any “catch up time” with him. Stephanie

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      Jamie Peridot
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      The Living Years by Mike and The Mechanics. It was popular when my dad died and always chokes me up when they get to the part “I wasn’t there that morning when my father passed away…”

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        Polly Stewart
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        I wasn’t there the morning when my mother passed away! Pauvre Polly

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        Clara Cross
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        Ooooooo, another good one Jamie.  I just listened to it a few nights ago.  Got a little misty too.

        Clara

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      Krista
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      Good Morning Grace,

      This one is very personal.  The song is called “Arbor Day Tree”.  Recorded by The DandyLionesses, on the CD “The Whole Story”.  The lyrics were written by my wife and her friend put it to music.  It is about our son planting a tiny tree and follows his life as both he and the tree grow taller.  I’m starting to choke up just writing this.  Whew.

      Stay safe, stay healthy, All the Best, Hugs, Krista.

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        Grace Scarlett
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        Thank you Krista…

        Ahhh…

        Your choice is the reason I love music so much……

        the beauty of music is that so many different songs appeal to so many different people for so many different reasons….

        there is always something new…..nobody will ever hear everything!!!

        Grace xx

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      stephanie plumb
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      Been told off, so serious one:   “Into the West” Annie Lennox …….. all about the afterlife or life after death. I’m having it played at my funeral.   I’m coming back if I can – in the right body.

      unrepentant, Steph xx … and no, I haven’t had a drink …  yet.

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        Polly Stewart
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        Have that drink Plumb!

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      stephanie plumb
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      Natasha Bedingfield singing “I wanna have your babies” ……   back then I would have given her one.

      taxi!!

      backtotheFNC, Steph xx

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      stephanie plumb
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      Ken Dodd singing “Happiness”  or “A penis, A penis, the greatest gift that I possess.”   –  always makes me cry with laughter!  I am convinced that was what he was singing, or maybe I need a hearing aid. Nah – it’s Ken Dodd!

      okay, okay ….  I know where it is…….  (Amanda gave me the key)

      naughty Steph   😎😍

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        Amanda Burton
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        Stephanie sweetie, I think you been over exposed  to far to much wind on the Volvo. But love you anyway xx

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        Polly Stewart
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        Naughty Plumb… and Amanda as well! Ooooeerrrr! The key, the key! Nope I’m confusing Shakespeare for something else!

        Penitential Polly… Click!

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        Layla Jones
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        Thanks for the giggle enjoyed that x

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        Grace Scarlett
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        Omg…

        that’s just too naughty…

        has a topic in ” All the Arts” ever been raided by the “Police” before????

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          stephanie plumb
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          She is probably polishing her truncheon right now!

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            Grace Scarlett
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            🙈🙉🙊….haha

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      Eva Kelly
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      Hi Grace,

      The song that does it for me is Alone Again Naturally by Gilbert O’Sullivan.

      Eva

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        Grace Scarlett
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        Gosh Eva…

        that takes me back…

         

        But as if to knock me down

        Reality came around

        And without so much as a mere touch

        Cut me into little pieces”…..

        Grace xx

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      Layla Jones
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      Faith marie- antidote, jessie j-who you are and Ruth b- lost boy get me eveytime to the point I can’t listen to them round people silly I no. What a great question Grace thank you x

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        Grace Scarlett
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        Silly??…noooooo…

        I love a good cry, it’s washing all the bad stuff out of your body…I always feel better afterwards xx

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      Clara Cross
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      When I’m alone in the car out for a drive, I’ll crank up Fix You by Coldplay. Bellowing along (certainly not singing!), I’ll cry me a river. “When the tears come streaming down your face….”

      Right up there with  guaranteed waterworks is the original Broadway cast recording of Les Miserables. It takes a longer road trip, but with all the death and heartache, I’m about cried out by the end of it. Clara gives it a rating of four Kleenex boxes. It’s much more than “A Little Fall of Rain”.

      OMG I’m getting a little moist now just thinking about it. Gotta go…my mascara’s running……

      Clara

       

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