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  • What songs make you think of someone special?

    32 posts, 26 voices, 14943 views, started Feb 12, 2009

    Posted on Thursday, February 12, 2009 by Kountrykelly

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    • Aquamarine
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      I have way too many to list. It can go back in time or just a couple of years back.

       A few of them are:

       Love me tomorrow—Chicago ( an old boyfriend when I was in High School)

       Standing on top of the world—Van Halen (when I first met my husband that song was popular)

       Any Dokken song reminds me of an old flame in the 80s. Wow, I miss those times. They were fun. Music really gets me going and is a great part of my life.



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          Owlmaria wrote Feb 12, 2009
        • He Stopped Loving Her Today- George Jones—- My daddy!!frownfrown



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          Tuliplady wrote Feb 12, 2009
        • Dolly Parton’s original version of “I will always love you”  Reminds me of “CT“, an old boyfriend who I will always love at least a little bit.

          Tulip



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          Terri0221 wrote Feb 12, 2009
        • Nickleback - Far Away....



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          Inakika wrote Feb 12, 2009
        • When my husband and I were dating, a song by Gladys Knight was popular. It’s called “You‘re Number One“. I think of us back then when I hear it.
          For my ex Ricky, who was my first love, it’s “Yearning for your Love” by the Gap Band. Hmmm.....I think I’m still yearning a little bit. Like Tulip said, I’ll always love him a little bit. You really never forget your first love.
          Unless he was a jack a**! LOL!



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          Tuliplady wrote Feb 13, 2009
        • Yeah, you never forget your first love.  Even if he was a jerk, you never forget him.

          CT wasn’t my first love, just a very long lasting one.

          Tulip



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          Ms-kay wrote Feb 13, 2009
        • “Always and Forever” by Heatwave...I danced to that at my junior high school party with my boyfriend (who is now my fiance) happy

          There are other songs that make me think of past boyfriends (jerks or not) they make me think of the good times we did share.



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          Rhodyo wrote Apr 10, 2009
        • Trisha Yearwood’s “The Song Remembers When”



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          Stephanie Lawrence wrote Apr 10, 2009
        • “Always” by Atlantic Starr. It was my wedding song



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          Fraz764 wrote Apr 11, 2009
        • My Boo by User & Alicia Keys. Reminds me of my first real  boyfriend, when it came out a couple of years ago he called me and played it for me, he said it reminded him of meestatic



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          Tuliplady wrote Apr 11, 2009
        • “Jesus Loves Me”  I can sing the first verse and chorus just fine.  Then it’s just a wonderful song I’ve been singing since I was three.

          When all the verses are sung in church, it takes me back to my son’s funeral.  The kids that were in my Sunday School class at the time sang it for the funeral.  I can never hear the whole song without thinking of him and them.

          Tulip



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          Deanna Moon wrote Apr 13, 2009
        • Gloria Gaynor’s “I will Survive”  I thought of that song every time I went through a break up, and every time someone tries to insult me or put me down, it’s a very empowering song, and timeless..

          “I’m Comin’ Out” by Diana Ross..Always makes me think of myself, coming out of my shell into adulthood, and being able to speak my mind without repercussions.

          “Ebony Eyes” from the 70’s reminds me of a childhood sweetheart,Albert, that asked me to marry him twice, once when we were going out when I was a teen, then when I saw him 20 years later at a chance meeting, he asked me again, but alas I didn’t feel the same so I didn’t.

          “Here I go Again” by Whitesnake, was our song when we started going out, my current bf of 21 years..Hank.estatic



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          (華娃娃) ChinaDoll wrote Apr 13, 2009
        • “Carry on Till Tomorrow” - I will think of Beatrice, my best friend since High School.  We sang that song on stage and I totally flunk it.  But we had so much fun in practicing.  At that time, we did not understand the meaning of the song - it is just another English for us.  Now, our English is better and we appreciate that song so much.   Still we *Carry On*happy



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          Marie66 wrote Apr 20, 2009
        • “Careless Whisper” by George Michael, reminds me of an (old boyfiend)... That was the 1st night I met him, we danced to the song(at a club for teenagers) and from then on we were together EVERYDAY... We even conceived a child, but 4 months into the pregnacy we lost the baby (a girl)..As time went by we felt that it was best we go our seperate ways. I think he blames me for our loss..
          But no matter what I still love the song...



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          Angelcart wrote May 11, 2009
        • Memas1 - so, so sorry to hear about your loss.

          Too many to list but one that comes to mind is “I Never Promised You a Rose Garden” by Lynn Anderson.  My dad took us to a rodeo in elementary school and she was the performer.  I met her and she autographed my dad’s biz card for me.  Also “Bill” by The 5th Dimension.  These both remind me of my dad a lot.happy



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          Tina Sickinger wrote May 14, 2009
        • Going way back, “Your Song” by Elton John reminds me of my first love.  Mine and my husbands song is “Shameless” by Garth Brooks and will always be special.  I lost my Mother on 1/18/08 and she always loved “Go Rest High on That Mountain” by Vince Gill.  We played that at her funeral, and it still makes me cry each time I hear it.



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          Mztracy wrote May 14, 2009
        • wind beneath my wings for my friend that passed away.



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          Adee Coleman wrote May 14, 2009
        • I agree with Ms. Kay - “Always and Forever” by Heatwave and also “Cruisin” by Smokey Robinson.....  

          Your gonna fly away, glad your going my way
          I love it when we‘re cruisin’ together
          The music is playing for love
          Cruisin’ is made for love
          I love it when we‘re cruisin’ together...

          Both of those songs make me think of my first love - wow! it’s been a lonnnnng time!



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          Tuliplady wrote May 15, 2009
        • My Old Yellow Car by Dan Seals
          I haven’t heard it in a long time, but it always makes me think of my maternal grandmother.  I drove her to town one time in her brand new car and that song was playing on the radio.  She commented on how much she liked that song and it surprised me because it was one of my favorites at the time too.

          Tulip



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          Smiley1962 wrote May 15, 2009
        • When I hear I’ll Always Love You by Taylor Dane - I think of my husband, that was our wedding song.

          Wonderful Tonight by Eric Clapton makes me think of an ex-boyfriend.

          It’s Raining Men reminds me of when I use to go out to the clubs with my girlfriends.  The Good Old Days!



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          Dawnhamblin wrote May 15, 2009
        • For me—Every song brings out at least one memory of someone or sometime in my life.  That is the magic of music.  It’s a gift, and I am delighted by it!



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          Mztracy wrote May 15, 2009
        • seperate ways - for my first love
          if you ask me to - for my hubby and my last love
          roll with the changes and i made it through the rain- for me



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          L J wrote May 31, 2009
        • there are so many that make me think of someone in my past, but i think that all of nickelback’s music about sums it up for me!!! go figure /lol/



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          Tina Sickinger wrote Jun 1, 2009
        • Another one - I Don’t Care Anymore by Genesis for my EX!!!



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          Marcella Garcia wrote Oct 26, 2009
        • First Love by Adele reminds me of Doug...agh!



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          Kyah wrote Jan 4, 2010
        • If you know any of these songs, you‘re going to say, wow she’s old! Yup, I grew up when music was music!

          Summer Breeze—Seals & Croft and the next version by the Isley Brothers
          Stand By Me—Ben E. King
          Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight—James Taylor
          Love Won’t Let Me Wait—Major Harris
          House is Not a Home—Luther Vandross (well, anything by Luther brings back memories)
          Ribbon in the Sky—Stevie Wonder

          Dance With My Father—Luther Vandross, reminds me of my grandfather who raised me. He would have been 100 years old last year.



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