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Songs that always seem to play when dust gets in your eye

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The living Years, Mike and the mechanics, my best mate died around the time it was out, always brings the memories back. As does Fairytale of New York for the same reason. Happy Xmas, John Lennon,  for the boss Xmas’s past, as a kid and, later on, boss Xmas nights out with all the lads when we didn’t have a care in the World. Quite a few Xmas songs get me. Band Aid, Jonah Luis, Johnny Mathis, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, transfers me a place where everything was just so simple and happy. Good times. 

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21 hours ago, Babb'sBurstNad said:

If I happen to see the video for Hurt by Johnny Cash while intoxicated I risk death by dehydration.

 

First song I thought of. Not because it reminds me of any specific bad times, but because you can hear the remorse in his voice. It might be a cover rather than his original work, but the words just fit him perfectly somehow.

 

Best get yourself a (non alcoholic) drink mate.

 

 

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I get a load's of dust in my eyes lately.

 

Remember watching this as a kid and not quite understanding the ending.. quite relevent now though and with Joan Baez singing...wow.

 

 

Hearing one of my sons sing this with his class when he was about 7 years old thinking "Dont Blink, Dont Blink" as my wife sobbed along with all the other mothers.

 

 

 

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