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    Oh, I remember one night with an Ex-girl-friend and I still have the cd that she decided to play. I do not say that these are my favourite songs. She decided... What I remember is thinking while listening to the last song "The power of love": Do we have christmas-time again????

    Here is the track-list:

    1. Toni Chields: Womb
    2. Björk & David Arnold: Play dead
    3. Future sound of London: Papua New Guinea
    4. Orbital: The Saint
    5. Paul Oakenfold: Clase
    6. Unkle: Be there
    7. The dandy wahols: Mohammed
    8. Radiohead: Dollars & Cents
    9. Toni Amos: I am not in love
    10. Tricky: Evolution
    11. Roeyksop: A higher place
    12. Azymuth: Cuica Laranja Azeda
    13. Goldfrapp: Utopia
    14. Faithless: Audio-Track
    15. DJ Krush & Toshinoro Kondo: Sha-Ka
    16: Frankie goes to Hollywood: The power of love

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    Ah, Heimo. A lady always likes to find a man who has a long list of songs like that...
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    I'm still not sure what you mean by IT.

    Do you mean slow dancing? The first time my wife and I slow danced was to "The Flame" by Cheap Trick. It sort of became our song. I wish it had been a better song than that.

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    Damn it! I had no romance for the 1st time I did it! I had competition with the Mets ( I think it was the Mets) in the World Series!
    A song that does haunt me from another time is "Cashmere" - apparently it was not only the song that was cranking! Certain people who must have been in ear shot keep reminding me of the new Rockerchic version!

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    Hmmm, I'm too direct..."get down to business" right away.
    Does the "OH KIMBERLEY" "OH GIRL" from my guy count?
    It's somewhat musical, or at least rhythmic...LOL!
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    Originally posted by msmith1
    Hmmm, I'm too direct..."get down to business" right away.
    Does the "OH KIMBERLEY" "OH GIRL" from my guy count?
    It's somewhat musical, or at least rhythmic...LOL!
    Kim
    Was it operatic or alternative rock? Now see, you done made me laugh!!! We can't count yodeling here, can we?
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    ROFL! Precious!
    "Operatic, alternative, yodeling" ...tone poetry, thrash...a little bit of everything...variety... in music...it's all good...LOL!
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    Kimberly...Kimberly... Kimberly.... LOL!!!! too funny girl....
    You pass like the moon in silence
    In the warm flooded air
    Looking back to those lost opportunities
    So often missed or ignored
    A thousand times I start heading for the dawn
    Only to turn around and face this rue once more
    There 's something ahead of you
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    Don't die, with your music still inside of you.

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    Wow...first time EVER there was no music... it was 3 in the morning or something... ug.

    Good memories though...Touched by VAST (thank you to my hubby for that one)...

    I also have a liking for Dark and Long by Underworld, Stripped by Rammstein (D'Mode), and Porcelin by Moby.
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    .....Well, I can't say I've officially "been there," but I came pretty damn close...and when that happened, Ghostbusters 2 was on TV. (Not my idea of a romantic movie.)

    A more memorable time was when I said goodbye to my then-friend, later boyfriend/ex-boyfriend outside a video rental store after our date...and "Never My Love" by the Association was playing as we hugged each other.

    Sometimes I miss being that innocent...

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    I was watching Craig Ferguson on the Late Late Show last night.

    Mary Steenbergen was talking about her first time with Ted Danson.

    He (Ted) exclaimed, "Gosharoonie!"
    Last edited by dejapete; 02-08-2006 at 06:18 PM.

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    Originally posted by Fluxus
    I also have a liking for Dark and Long by Underworld, Stripped by Rammstein (D'Mode), and Porcelin by Moby.
    Superb....

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    In the movie 10, it's Ravel's Bolero. That doesn't really work, though. Tchaikovsky's waltzes are better.

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    Originally posted by dejapete
    In the movie 10, it's Ravel's Bolero. That doesn't really work, though. Tchaikovsky's waltzes are better.
    Hmmm, you say Tchaikovsky's waltzes, and most people think of The Nutcracker...a rather interesting thought as related to the subject matter here...

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    Hmmm. Let's see what I can find in my collection...



    Mussorgsky's Night on Bare Mountain

    Schubert's Unfinished

    Handel's Royal Fireworks

    Borodin's Polovetsian Dances.

    Yep. Those Polovetsians really knew how to do it.

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