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22-01-2009, 04:06   #61
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Originally Posted by Dave! View Post
Nice simple song/poem written by Joseph Mary Plunkett (faught in the 1916 Rising and was executed for it) called "Grace"

Excellent choice Dave! - not meaning to be overly pedantic but it wasn't actually written by Joseph Plunkett just from his POV. It was written in 80's by two brothers from Galway called Frank and Sean O'Meara.

Two mind bendlingly beautiful songs..

The Pogues - Rainy Night In Soho. MacGowan's finest hour.

And The Band Played Waltzing Matilda written by Eric Bogle and recorded by many.. the greatest anti-war song of them all.
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14-02-2009, 23:43   #62
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Thanks for the info

Also love 'And the Band Played...' What about 'Green Fields of France'? Pretty sure that's Eric Bogle also. Lovely song.
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Talk Tonight - Oasis
Here You Me - Jimmy Eat World
The Voyage - Christy Moore
A Long December - Counting Crows

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20-02-2009, 23:09   #66
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Ooooh just thought of a gawwgeous song!

'Love of My Life' by Queen

Makes me weep!

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'As I Leave Behind Neidin' -Mary Black
'No Frontiers' -Mary Black
'One Moment In Time' -Whitney Houston
'Home Sweet Home' -Motley Crue
'When The Children Cry' -White Lion

The first three in particular have all brought a tear or two to my eyes before! Lol
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3 Libras - A Perfect Circle

And You Love Me - Kimya Dawson

With A Nervous Eye - Berkeley

Rocky Took A Lover - Bell x1

I'll See Your Heart and I'll Raise You Mine - Bell x1

Hide and Seek - Imogen Heap

Title and Registration - Death Cab For Cutie

New Slang - The Shins

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Just going through a break up....loving the songs.

Have to say 'Grace' is a lovely song...'Sweet Sixteen' would be another.

'Bright Blue Rose' - Jimmy McCartney is a very special song, Christy Moore's version is good too.
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Dimming of the day - Richard and Linda Thompson
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here are a few for now...

ocean sized love - leigh nash
you and me - lifehouse
when she loved me - sarah mc lachlan
jolene - ray lamontagne
If i could turn back the hands of time - R.Kelly
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Bryan Ferrys Version of Make you feel my love...
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Originally Posted by Whiskey Devil View Post
And The Band Played Waltzing Matilda written by Eric Bogle and recorded by many.. the greatest anti-war song of them all.
Liam Clancy has the nicest version of this I wreckon....
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