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kyrie
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A friend and I have a radio show, and our theme for next week is songs that make you *sigh and look romantically off in to space... but for the purpas of reading Im just going to say swoon.

Anyway, I could really use some suggestions... for example "drops of jupiter" would be one of these types of songs. what ever your doing you just sort of pause and and feel your heart melt...

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"If I Were a Poet" by Kermit the Frog.

*looks off into distance and sighs*

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"I Want To Grow Old With You" by Adam Sandler in the Wedding Singer. It's going to by our first dance at the wedding reception. [Smile]

Dagonee

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I don't really know. I haven't been listening to romantic songs lately, only angry ones. I'm still trying not the think that women are evil. [Wink] (My girlfriend of 3 years said let's go on a break and started dating somebody immediately after.) [Mad] [Wall Bash]
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Truly, Madly, Deeply by Savage Garden

Corny, I know, but....*sigh*...

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Ben
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(song - artist)

David Gray - This Year's love

Elliott - Song In The Air

Damion Rice - Cannonball

Hope For Agoldensummer - Midwest

Coal - Stay (pretty sad and desperate)

Modest Mouse - Trailer Trash (dont ask why, but it does. may be circumstantial)

James - Out To Get You

Bright Eyes - Kathy With a K's song (Love is Real)

[ April 25, 2004, 06:47 PM: Message edited by: Ben ]

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Eruve Nandiriel
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I don't know about swooning, but there's one that always makes me cry.
It starts with "I see skies of blue, and clouds of white..." and the chorus is "...and I think to myself, 'what a wonderful world'..."
Does anyone know what it's called and who sang it?

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Ben
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what a wonderful world. Louis Armstrong. one of the greatest trumpet players to ever come out of america.
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What a Wonderful World-Louie Armstrong.

There are too many songs that have that effect on me.

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Thanks, kyrie !!!!!!!!!!!! You have no idea what you did for me !

I was looking for "Drops of Jupiter", but didn't remember anything but one verse of it, and even that one with so many errors that I couldn't find it on google ! And there it was, out of the blue ! Yey, kyrie ! [The Wave]

As for heart-melting songs:

Belinda Carlisle - Half the world
Billie Myers - Kiss the rain
Bon Jovi - Bed of roses
Bruce Springsteen - Secret garden
Faith Hill - Breathe
Hooverphonics - Mad about you
Jon Bon Jovi - Staring at your window with a suitcase in my hand
Joshua Kadison - Jessie
Midge Ure - Breathe
Pat Benatar - We belong
Reamonn - Josephine
Robbie Williams - She's the one

... aaand many others. Sometime else.

And thanks again, kyrie ! You're (one of) my hero(s) ! [Big Grin]

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kyrie
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*franticly pulls out small note book and grabs her pensil from behind her ear and starts writeing down all the sugestions*

*hugs Nick* sorry about your girlfriend Nick. the songs dont nessisarily have to be romantic. It could be about adoration from a far or something

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Ben
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Ben Folds Five - Magic

Bright Eyes -Haligh Haligh a lie Haligh (This song didnt fail to make me cry each time i heard it the first month...yea im an emo boy. BRING IT!)

[ April 25, 2004, 06:53 PM: Message edited by: Ben ]

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John L
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quote:
David Gray - This Year's love

Elliott - Song In The Air

Damin Rice - Cannonball

Hope For Agoldensummer - Midwest

Coal - Stay (pretty sad and desperate)

Modest Mouse - Trailer Trash (dont ask why, but it does. may be circumstantial)

James - Out To Get You

Bright Eyes - Kathy With a K's song (Love is Real)

Holy crap. I can't tell which is the song and which is the artist in almost all of those.
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Canadian Rose by Blues Traveler
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Eruve Nandiriel
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Corwin, It's amazing how many songs there are titled "Breathe", isn't it?
[Wink]

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Ben
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Elliott - Shallow Like your Breath.

and

Modest Mouse - Bankrupt on Selling (once again, cannot explain why but it works for me.)

[ April 25, 2004, 06:50 PM: Message edited by: Ben ]

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Corwin
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Eruve: Yeah, well that's something I have to remind myself to do. [Wink] None of them goes: "Breathe in, breathe out", though, don't worry !

Good night now (1 AM in France), and see you on Saturday ! (see the hug thread for reason)

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Pankhaj Udhas: "chand jaisa rang hai tera" - it's a Hindi song, the title means "you look like the moon" and it's beautiful. I'm listening to it now. Another great Hindi song, from a film but I can't remember the film is "So Saal Pehele" - the English version of the lyrics are "A hundred years ago, I was in love with you, I am in love with you today and I will stay in love with you tomorrow." It's a beautiful duet and my aunt and uncle had it as the first dance at their wedding.

I'll second the David Gray, Louis Armstrong, Faith Hill, Billie Myers and Belinda Carlisle choices.

There are a couple of John Denver ones that ridiculously do it for me: My Sweet Lady and Leaving on a Jet Plane.

Head over Feet by Alanis Morrisette.
At My Most Beautiful by REM.

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Eruve Nandiriel
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Corwin, sometimes I get so tired I have to remind myself to breathe, too.
Saturday? Do you only post on weekends?
[Wave]

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Maroon5 has a lot of songs that do that for me.
"She Will Be Loved" and "Secret" are two of them. Oooh, I think I'll put that cd on now....

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Also Edwin McCain - "I'll Be"....*sigh*
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Mahnamahna, by the muppets.
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Aimee Mann - Wise Up

Boy Sets Fire - Endorsement (makes me angry and waek all at once)

Boy Sets Fire - Resection (bloody heartbreaking!)

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Elizabeth
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AMIRA!

Thank you for reminding me of one of my all time favorite songs:

"Annie's Song," by John Denver.

As a kid growing up in the 70's, I loved that song.

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Beatles: When I'm 64

Taylor: Your Smiling Face

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Ben
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Rilo Kiley - With Arms Outstretched.

Brand New - Sic Transit Gloria...Glory Fades

Tammany Hall - delicious melancholy (available at http://glassrecords.com)

man...how many times am i gonna post here?

[ April 25, 2004, 08:13 PM: Message edited by: Ben ]

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Peter Gabriel - In Your Eyes

Simon and Garfunkel - For Emily; Song for the Asking; Kathy's Song

Boys to Men - Water Runs Dry (or whatever that one's called)

The Association - Never My Love

Damn Yankees - High Enough

Neil Diamond - Hello Again

Sarah McLa(whatever) - Adia; Posession

Erasure - Am I Right?

Yeah, those are a few. [Smile]

[ April 25, 2004, 08:09 PM: Message edited by: Narnia ]

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Holy Living Tar. I feel isolated. I don't think I know a single one of the songs listed, and I like melancholy tunes (though I'm afraid that "swooning" is for girls! [Big Grin] )
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Annie's Song- John Denver- You know why i cry during this one

Road Tripp'n- Red Hot Chilly Peppers- Crying for the same reason, you just have to listen to the words and you'll get why

Addicted- Simple Plan- Well, i think those of you who don't know about this on again, off again realationship of mine are starting to figure out how it works

Calling all Angels- Trian- this was the last song she told me she liked before she left for Africa, I cryed every time i herd this sng for the entire 6 months

If you need more help, look here.
romance juke box

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Yup, "What a Wonderful World" will do it every time, but for 2 reasons. My mom used to be involved with a great man, who dressed up as Santa at Christmas and went to children's hospitals and sang Al Jolson and Louis Armstrong renditions. Every time I hear that song, I cry because he was one of the good who died young (54). I was watching "Good Morning, Vietnam" with my ex-husband, who spent two tours in SE Asia, and when that song played, with all the irony of that story, we sat there like to babies, crying out eyes out for our own reasons. Funny, the husband is no longer in the picture, but I still cry when I hear that song, for both of us.

Okay, but on the more romantic side, what about John Denver's "For You" for swooning? It's okay to think John Denver was cool, even in the 90's. "For you alone, only for you." Whoa. If someone sings that to you and means it, it's a match made in Heaven.

Have a wonderful evening everyone.

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"Posession" is such a great song!
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Elizabeth
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Doc,
It is SO OK, you are right.

I am a John Denver fan.

As a seasoned groupie, I can honestly say he was my first musical love. Even before the Beatles.

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"Cool and green and Shady," John Denver
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"Rock Me," Old Crow Medicine Show
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[in reply to Elizabeth's John Denver Lovin'] He's great. How can you not like him? He's one of the best song writers that ever lived! I have to kick in my vote for "Annie's Song." I love that one!

Here are a few more:

Phil Collins - Take a Look at me Now

Sarah McLa(whatever) - I will Remember You

Billie Holiday - The Very Thought of You

[ April 25, 2004, 08:24 PM: Message edited by: Narnia ]

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Meredith Brooks - What would happen.

Such a gorgeous song.

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Well, we took it a little far. Our son, Matthew, is named for the John Denver song. I think there are probably a few dozen of his songs that cause swooning.

He was even more amazing in the later stages of his career. We were part of the Windstar folks right around the time of his death, and it was really cool to go online and chat with him on the odd occasion when he was checking in on the chat. I cried my eyes out when he died, because I was in NJ visiting family when it happened, and none of my siblings understood the connection for us, while the rest of the family was glued to the TV. watching every development.

Oh yeah, then there's the part of family history in which the real actual Doc (my man) provided the building materials to build the Denver house in Aspen. A tenuous but comfortable link for us.

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Marc Cohn "I Hope That I Don't Fall In Love With You"

The title doesn't sound like it, but if you listen to the words, it is great! I found it on the Prince and Me soundtrack. In fact, most of the songs off of that CD make me sigh, but that could be because it just makes me think of the movie and how it made me mad that I didn't have a super cute prince to come and marry me...

~~Irish~~

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Live Version of Possession, off "Mirrorball"-- Greatest. Bass line. Ever.

I don't know if it counts as a swoon, but I freeze for a moment and get chills on "Precious Things" when Tori Amos does that little breath thing.

"Crash Into Me" - Dave Matthews Band

"Heads, Carolina" - Jo Dee Messina. Have no idea why on this one, but it does, as does "She's in Love (with the Boy)" buy Trisha Yearwood.

Edit: Forgot "Hallelujah" by Rufus Wainwright or Jeff Buckley. Both versions are great songs.

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Sarah McLaughlin- In the Arms of the Angel
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i freeze when i hear jeff buckley do that breath thing at the beginning of his rendition of Hallelujah. and basically whenever jarvis cocker sings. i think just breathing noises are sensual.

[ April 25, 2004, 08:44 PM: Message edited by: Ben ]

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"Storms Never Last"

Merle Haggard did it with Jewel, as did Dr. Hook.

What about "Flesh and Blood" by Johnny Cash. Oh yeah, "I Still Miss Someone" by the Man in Black as well.

Oh, this thread can go on and on. I tend to use music and lyrics and mile markers in my life.

Is anyone going to be in Reno Monday or Tuesday or Park City on Wednesday? I hate my job, but would love company for dinner any of those days.

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[Laugh] at Ben. You posted that while I was adding "Hallelujah".
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don't forget Hallelujah is a leonard cohen original.
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[Laugh] at Ben. You posted that while I was adding "Hallelujah". I actually haven't heard Cohen's version, I think. (Narn is gonna kill me).

Oh and add "Walking in Memphis", particularly Lonestar's rendition...

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why modest mouse's song trailer trash makes my heart flutter..."eating snowflakes with plastic forks, and a paper plate, of course you think of everything."

that line just makes me hella happy as i think most of the girls ive dated and/or been in relationships with have been like that...hmmmm. just brings a grin to my face and makes my mind wander.

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Love of My Life - Santana & Dave Matthews

Mona Lisas & Mad Hatters - Elton John

Forever Young - Bob Dylan (Pretenders' version is good too)

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  • Bob Dylan: Shelter from the Storm
  • Dolly Parton: Eagle When She Flies
  • Don McLean: Vincent
  • Evanescence: Hello, My Immortal
  • Johnny Cash: Ring of Fire, Long Black Veil
  • Joni Mitchell: River
  • Leonard Cohen: Stranger Song, Iím Your Man, Famous Blue Raincoat, Lady Midnight, Waiting for the Miracle
  • Pete Seeger: Barbara Allen
  • Peter, Paul and Mary: Donít Think Twice, Itís All Right, Kisses Sweeter Than Wine
  • REM: Everybody Hurts
  • Roberta Flack: The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
  • Simon & Garfunkel: The Dangling Conversation, Song for the Asking
  • Suzanne Vega: The Queen and the Soldier, Calypso, Gypsy, Knight Moves
  • The Eagles: Desperado
  • The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band: The Precious Jewel
  • The Rolling Stones: As Tears Go By
  • Willie Nelson: Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain, Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground
  • Alison Krauss: Sitting in the Window of My Room
  • The Bangles: Eternal Flame
  • Willy DeVille: Storybook Love (The Princess Bride theme song)

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I thought Mark Knopfler wrote the music for The Princess Bride?
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The steward of gondor

*grin*

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