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  1. #31
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    The Storm Is Over - R Kelly

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    There is also this song that as a parent would hit home if something happened to someone I loved......

    I Never Hold You Again
    By Nadia Bjorlin

    Sometime my mind plays tricks on me.
    I think I hear your voice, feel you standing next to me.
    Well I come back to reality, and itís lonely.
    Sometime my memory plays tricks on me.
    I think it never happened, think itís how it used to be.
    Then I come back to reality, and itís lonely, so lonely.

    Youíre the wind blowing through me, so strong I canít catch my breath.
    The sun below the horizon, Iíll never feel your warmth again.
    You the words never I spoken, and the heart that still broken.
    Youíre the hurt that stays to the end.
    I Never Hold You Again.

    I keep my eyes from showing feelings;
    once a tear keeps fallen, they just keep fallen.
    I hold back to reality, and itís lonely, so lonely.

    Youíre the wind blowing through me, so strong I canít catch my breath.
    The sun below the horizon, Iíll never feel your warmth again.
    You the words never I spoken, and the heart that still broken.
    Youíre the hurt that stays to the end.
    I Never Hold You Again.

    I know we will never be, But I still dream.
    About you holding me, and loving me, Baby.

    Youíre the wind blowing through me, so strong I canít catch my breath.
    The sun below the horizon, Iíll never feel your warmth again.
    You the words never I spoken, and the heart that still broken.
    Youíre the hurt that stays to the end.
    I Never Hold
    I Never Hold You Again.
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  3. #33
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    I heard this one on Gunny Bob the other night (or parts of it) and I played it when I was out on the jukebox at a bar tonight...just seems to fit.
    Hole in the World Lyrics


    The Eagles


    There's a hole in the world tonight
    There's a cloud of fear and sorrow
    There's a hole in the world tonight
    Don't let there be a hole in the world tomorrow.

    They say that anger is just love disappointed
    They say that love is just a state of mind.
    But all this fighting over who is anointed,
    Oh, how can people be so blind?

    There's a hole in the world tonight
    There's a cloud of fear and sorrow
    There's a hole in the world tonight
    Don't let there be a hole in the world tomorrow.

    Oh, they tell me there's a place over yonder
    Cool water running through the burning sand
    Until we learn to love one another,
    We will never reach the Promised Land.

    There's a hole in the world tonight,
    There's a cloud of fear and sorrow
    There's a hole in the world tonight
    Don't let there be a hole in the world tomorrow.

    (There's a hole in the world tonight)
    They say that anger is just love disappointed
    (There's a cloud of fear and sorrow)
    They say that love is just a state of mind
    (There's a hole in the world tonight)
    But all this fighting over who will be anointed
    (Don't let there be a hole in the world tomorrow)
    Oh, how can people be so blind?

    There's a hole in the world tonight
    (Hole in the world)
    There's a cloud of fear and sorrow
    (Fear and sorrow)
    There's a hole in the world tonight
    (Ooooh)
    Don't let there be a hole in the world tomorrow
    (Repeat 4x)
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    I guess alot of people here don't listen to country but a couple of songs I can think of fit pretty good.

    "I Hope You Dance"
    by Lee Ann Womack


    I hope you never lose your sense of wonder
    You get your fill to eat
    But always keep that hunger
    May you never take one single breath for granted
    God forbid love ever leave you empty handed
    I hope you still feel small
    When you stand by the ocean
    Whenever one door closes, I hope one more opens
    Promise me you'll give fate a fighting chance

    And when you get the choice to sit it out or dance
    I hope you dance
    I hope you dance

    I hope you never fear those mountains in the distance
    Never settle for the path of least resistance
    Living might mean taking chances
    But they're worth taking
    Lovin' might be a mistake
    But it's worth making
    Don't let some hell bent heart
    Leave you bitter
    When you come close to selling out
    Reconsider
    Give the heavens above
    More than just a passing glance

    And when you get the choice to sit it out or dance
    I hope you dance
    (Time is a wheel in constant motion always)
    I hope you dance
    (Rolling us along)
    I hope you dance
    (Tell me who)
    I hope you dance
    (Wants to look back on their years and wonder)
    (Where those years have gone)

    I hope you still feel small
    When you stand by the ocean
    Whenever one door closes, I hope one more opens
    Promise me you'll give faith a fighting chance

    And when you get the choice to sit it out or dance
    Dance
    I hope you dance
    I hope you dance
    (Time is a wheel in constant motion always)
    I hope you dance
    (Rolling us along)
    I hope you dance
    (Tell me who)
    (Wants to look back on their years and wonder)
    I hope you dance
    (Where those years have gone)

    (Tell me who)
    I hope you dance
    (Wants to look back on their years and wonder)
    (Where those years have gone)


    and

    "Go Rest High On That Mountain"
    by Vince Gill


    I know your life
    On earth was troubled
    And only you could know the pain
    You weren't afraid to face the devil
    You were no stranger to the rain

    Go rest high on that mountain
    Son, you work on earth is done
    Go to heaven a shoutin'
    Love for the Father and Son

    Oh, how we cried the day you left us
    We gathered round your grave to grieve
    I wish I could see the angels faces
    When they hear your sweet voice sing

    Go rest high on that mountain
    Son, you work on earth is done
    Go to heaven a shoutin'
    Love for the Father and Son

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    Saw you stretched out in room ten-o-nine
    With a smile on your face
    And a tear right in your eye
    Couldn't see to get a line on you
    My sweet honey love
    Berber jewelry jangling down the street
    Make you shut your eyes at every woman that you meet
    Could not seem to get a high on you
    My sweet honey love

    May the good lord shine a light on you
    Make every song your favourite tune
    May the good lord shine a light on you
    Warm like the evening sun

    Well, you're drunk in the alley, baby
    With your clothes all torn
    And your late night friends
    Leave you in the cold grey dawn
    Just seemed too many flies on you
    I just can't brush them off

    Angels beating all their wings in time
    With smiles on their faces
    And a gleam right in their eyes
    Thought I heard one sigh for you
    Come on up, come on up, now
    Come on up, now


    May the good lord shine a light on you
    Make every song you sing your favourite tune
    May the good lord shine a light on you
    Warm like the evening sun

    Shine A Light-The Rolling Stones

    Yeah, some bad connotations. But I think the imagery is just beautiful, and it was written for their dead band member.

    EDIT: Jesus, I'm listening to "Hurt" by Johnny Cash, and it's making me cry so hard.
    So incredibly sad
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    I listen to country...and yeah, both of those are very good....how about "If Tomorrow Never Comes"
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    Quote Originally Posted by orangeblossom94
    I listen to country...and yeah, both of those are very good....how about "If Tomorrow Never Comes"
    Or "If I Had Only Known"

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    Or (I heard this in a tribute song after Dale Earnhardt died) "One More Day" or "Holes In The Floor of Heaven."
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    I think it's called, The Good Die Young-2PAC
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    Yeah I would have to say The Good Die Young - 2pac
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    I don't mean to offend anyone at all, and forgive me if I do. I don't listen to rap music, but from alot that I have overheard and the few videos I have seen, Rap music is commonly associated with gangs and violence(except by some of the younger generations) IMO, these kinds of songs disturb me after the nature of Darrents death. I fear that they may also offend some of the older friends and family.
    I realize that Darrent probably listened to some of the same stuff, but the music will not be listened to by him, it will be listened to by those left behind. The music should be a selection that will draw out found, happy memories.

    Again, this is just my opinion, but I'm not the one who is making it. and it is only a suggestion.
    Thank you for hearing me out. Good luck on your project
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    Quote Originally Posted by AzBroncoFan67
    I don't mean to offend anyone at all, and forgive me if I do. I don't listen to rap music, but from alot that I have overheard and the few videos I have seen, Rap music is commonly associated with gangs and violence(except by some of the younger generations) IMO, these kinds of songs disturb me after the nature of Darrents death. I fear that they may also offend some of the older friends and family.
    I realize that Darrent probably listened to some of the same stuff, but the music will not be listened to by him, it will be listened to by those left behind. The music should be a selection that will draw out found, happy memories.

    Again, this is just my opinion, but I'm not the one who is making it. and it is only a suggestion.
    Thank you for hearing me out. Good luck on your project

    I personally don't listen to rap either, and I am by NO means offended by your post, and it is not my intention for this post to offend you or anyone else...

    That beaing said, the music an individual chooses to listen to is their choice, and althogh rap is not my favorite, I recognize that it is a favorite of some people. This thead was started to allow the members of this board to share songs that both remind us of the awesome memories of Darrent, and help us morn his passing... Whatever genre that may be.

    Just my two cents, and lets keep the songs coming guys!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AzBroncoFan67
    I don't mean to offend anyone at all, and forgive me if I do. I don't listen to rap music, but from alot that I have overheard and the few videos I have seen, Rap music is commonly associated with gangs and violence(except by some of the younger generations) IMO, these kinds of songs disturb me after the nature of Darrents death. I fear that they may also offend some of the older friends and family.
    I realize that Darrent probably listened to some of the same stuff, but the music will not be listened to by him, it will be listened to by those left behind. The music should be a selection that will draw out found, happy memories.

    Again, this is just my opinion, but I'm not the one who is making it. and it is only a suggestion.
    Thank you for hearing me out. Good luck on your project


    After rereading the intention of this thread, I apologize for my comments, I jumped to the conclusion that you were making a collection on cd that might get out to family. Again, I'm sorry.
    After rereading the intention of this thread, I apologize for my comments, I jumped to the conclusion that you were making a collection on cd that might get out to family. Again, I'm sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AzBroncoFan67
    I don't mean to offend anyone at all, and forgive me if I do. I don't listen to rap music, but from alot that I have overheard and the few videos I have seen, Rap music is commonly associated with gangs and violence(except by some of the younger generations) IMO, these kinds of songs disturb me after the nature of Darrents death. I fear that they may also offend some of the older friends and family.
    I realize that Darrent probably listened to some of the same stuff, but the music will not be listened to by him, it will be listened to by those left behind. The music should be a selection that will draw out found, happy memories.

    Again, this is just my opinion, but I'm not the one who is making it. and it is only a suggestion.
    Thank you for hearing me out. Good luck on your project
    Yea I understand where you're coming from but not all rap music is like that

    I really suggest you listen to Good Die Young - D12 great song

    Check it out http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPN-hA4qBNA
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    since u guys listed several rap songs, how about a band that originated from denver themselves?

    It's rock, so idk if you guys like rock or not.How To Save A Life - The Fray
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