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August 31, 2020 2:50 pm  #41


Re: Let’s create a playlist! What ear worms live in our SSpouse psyche?

Praying - Kesha

For all those who suffered at the hands of their narcissistic like spouse.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=tLR3Gqz5PEs

Last edited by longwayhome (August 31, 2020 2:59 pm)


I never cease to wonder at the cruelty of this land, but it seems a time of sadness is a time to understand, is it mine, oh lord is it mine, when everything is dark ….. Roger Hodgson. 
 

August 31, 2020 5:25 pm  #42


Re: Let’s create a playlist! What ear worms live in our SSpouse psyche?

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Last edited by MJM017 (July 11, 2021 7:01 pm)


No - It's not too late. It's not hopeless. Even there, there's something I can do. I just have to find the will. Ikiru (1952), film directed by Akira Kurosawa 
 

September 7, 2020 10:42 am  #43


Re: Let’s create a playlist! What ear worms live in our SSpouse psyche?

Thank you for these. I am creating a playlist.  Well, several actually.  

 

September 8, 2020 8:40 am  #44


Re: Let’s create a playlist! What ear worms live in our SSpouse psyche?

Paolo Nutini's 'Rewind' is in my head today..
Picking up the pieces of the wreck you went and left
And I'm dealing with dilemmas in my now so stressful life.
I'm drinking stronger spirits, made my home here on the floor
And I'm losing all ambition and goals
I'm going all out, I'm thinking you're just as bad. 
I'm not sleeping at night, but I'm going from bar to bar.
Why can't I just rewind, why can't we just rewind, why can't we just rewind? 
Remember at 16 the crazy drunken night we had,
When I kissed you in the hallway, then I took you straight to bed.
Two years on I'm still the same boy, and I'm not sleeping at night, but I'm going from bar to bar.
Why can't I just rewind, why can't we just rewind, why can't we just rewind? 
I'm not sleeping at night, but I'm going from bar to bar.
Why can't I just rewind, why can't we just rewind, why can't we just rewind? 
You might blame it on me, but you insisted that we fall.
Wiped your hands of me and said you needed more, more, more! I
'm not sleeping at night, but I'm going from bar to bar.
Why can't I just rewind, why can't we just rewind, why can't we just rewind? 
I'm not sleeping at night, but I'm going from bar to bar.
Why can't I just rewind, why can't we just rewind, why can't we just rewind? 
Why can't we just rewind?

Last edited by Musselburgh (September 8, 2020 8:42 am)


Remember..you are braver than you believe, stronger than you feel and smarter than you think.
 

September 21, 2020 6:21 pm  #45


Re: Let’s create a playlist! What ear worms live in our SSpouse psyche?

Ordinary World - Duran Duran

 

April 26, 2021 12:17 am  #46


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Last edited by MJM017 (July 11, 2021 7:01 pm)


No - It's not too late. It's not hopeless. Even there, there's something I can do. I just have to find the will. Ikiru (1952), film directed by Akira Kurosawa 
 

August 5, 2021 5:41 pm  #47


Re: Let’s create a playlist! What ear worms live in our SSpouse psyche?

Here's a song older than most of us. It's apropos to TGT for me: Substitute you for my mum, At least I'll get my washing done....



 


No - It's not too late. It's not hopeless. Even there, there's something I can do. I just have to find the will. Ikiru (1952), film directed by Akira Kurosawa 
 

November 21, 2021 9:50 am  #48


Re: Let’s create a playlist! What ear worms live in our SSpouse psyche?

Well Adeles new "Easy on Me"  certainly had me tearing with the perfect notes and words.. is it me telling my GX
to stop being mean to me?  Or is it me fantasizing about my GX explaining to me why she cheated?   
Still I enjoy listening to Adeles voice and listen to any music I want now.

I urge anyone going through this to go easy on yourself of all people.. 

From her interview;
"The song has been described as a focus on the singer’s “fraught tildhood, her lost marriage and the lessons learnt and unlearnt about family, love and abandonment along the way,” by British Vogue, while Time analyses the song in depth and confirms that it “reflects on the end of a relationship.” “She is vulnerable and introspective, tender with herself and ultimately at least a little bit hopeful,” writes Eloise Barry."




 

Last edited by Rob (November 21, 2021 10:03 am)


"For we walk by faith, not by sight .."  2Corinthians 5:7
 

January 1, 2022 7:36 am  #49


Re: Let’s create a playlist! What ear worms live in our SSpouse psyche?

Eric Clapton: Blue eyes blue. The whole lyrics resonates deeply with me.

I thought that you'd be loving me
I thought you were the one who'd stay forever
But now forever's come and gone
And I'm still here alone

'Cause you were only playing
You were only playing with my heart
I was never waiting
I was never waiting for the tears to start

It was you Who put the clouds around me
It was you Who made the tears fall down
It was you Who broke my heart in pieces
It was you, it was you Who made my blue eyes blue
Oh, Never should have trusted you

I thought that I'd be all you need
In your eyes I thought I saw my heaven
And now my heavens gone away
And I'm out in the cold

'Cause you had me believing
You had me believing in a lie
Guess I couldn't see it
Guess I couldn't see it till I saw goodbye

Last edited by Marianne (January 4, 2022 5:45 am)

 

January 5, 2022 12:21 am  #50


Re: Let’s create a playlist! What ear worms live in our SSpouse psyche?

Here's Marianne's song from YouTube:






Positively 4th St by Bob Dylan



 

Last edited by MJM017 (January 5, 2022 1:06 am)


No - It's not too late. It's not hopeless. Even there, there's something I can do. I just have to find the will. Ikiru (1952), film directed by Akira Kurosawa 
 

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