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Originally Posted By: stillstanding2
So many of their songs are sooo ROMANTIC! Lol


I still struggle with music as often I find myself analysing who is singing to who skeptical


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Yesterday....

...all my troubles seemed so far away....

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Ugh, another song I will never again hear with the idea it is a love song


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Yeah. The Beatles' lyrics started out so "up" "bubble-gum" and innocent. Then they progressively got darker...all kinds of weird stuff.

I used to joke that they went from "I Want to Hold Your Hand" to "Why Don't We Do It In the Road"

The ugliest love song....and it's really unfortunate because the entire song ROCKS, until you get what it's really about...is "Layla". And I really used to like Eric Clapton.

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Well, there's always
Crazy sung by Patsy Cline...


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Originally Posted By: stillstanding2
Well, there's always
Crazy sung by Patsy Cline...


That one definitely fits the thread title!

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Weaver, that was a lovely post by 2long btw. frown


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Originally Posted By: weaver
2long got banned, for voicing his thoughts, experience and opinion on this thread, but here is his response to you, Markos. I thought it quite eloquent, and true.


You think calling ad hominem fallacies and non sequiters "healthy debate" is eloquent?


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Last edited by Fireproof; 06/29/10 09:11 PM. Reason: TOS

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Originally Posted By: weaver
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Wow. Both of you are incredible.

I think we can read what you guys say and compare to Marriage Builders.

It is people like you guys who kept me off of this forum for years. I kept looking and seeing a forum that didn't teach the program that would save my marriage.

If it weren't for people like you opposing Dr. Harley's conclusions and claiming that one opinion is as good as another, I would've gotten on here years ago.

Good riddance to anyone who wants to sit here and ruin this forum as a place for learning Marriage Builders. You obviously have some other place you are posting. Go save marriages there, if you are so great. I want to learn Marriage Builders here.

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