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    Hi NM!!

    candle in the wind by Elton John?

    also some newly remember and loved songs

    laura non c'e - Nek
    all by myself - Eric Carmen
    this love- maroon 5
    unwell- matchbox 20
    everybody's changing-Keane
    change the world- eric clapton
    can't smile without you, mandy- Barry Manilow
    message in a bottle, walking on the moon, - Police
    stairway to heaven - led zepplin
    i heard it through the grape vine- Marvin Gaye
    ain't no sunshine, woke up this morning- bill withers
    lean on me - al green
    heaven only knows- k-os
    billie jean, remember the time, smooth criminal - Michael Jackson

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    Quote Originally Posted by NM
    I used to love the following :
    iviii) song - Candle in the wind.....singer ??
    NM, there're two versions by Elton John.
    The first was for Marilyn Monroe, the later which was a runaway hit was rewritten by John and dedicated to Diana.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a.ratchasi
    Quote Originally Posted by NM
    I used to love the following :
    iviii) song - Candle in the wind.....singer ??
    NM, there're two versions by Elton John.
    The first was for Marilyn Monroe, the later which was a runaway hit was rewritten by John and dedicated to Diana.
    Yeah Querida n AR....
    I know the second one was dedicated to Diana.."Goodbye English Rose'.....wasn't sure if the original version was also by Sir Elton John.....

    Careless Whisper was a hit during my schooling time... I remember a guy was after one of my friends, she hated him so much!! He dedicated this song to her during a party and we nicknamed him "careless whisper'..... can't remember his real name now

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    abbydoss1969,
    "Tambourine Man", "Blowin' in the wind" are the other Dylan #s which are my favorites.......

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    A song I would definitely recommend is Podhuvaaga Yen Manasu...

    http://www.tfmpage.com/cgi-bin/strea.../pothuvaaga.rm

    Feel free to whistle as you listen..

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    Quote Originally Posted by alwarpet_andavan
    abbydoss1969,
    "Tambourine Man", "Blowin' in the wind" are the other Dylan #s which are my favorites.......
    hi,
    Yeah, blowing in the wind and Times they are a -changing are classics.

    Now , he has written "Times they have changed ", recently, Michael Douglas was in the video.
    Interesting thing is the band "Rolling stones," got their name from the song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abbydoss1969
    Now , he has written "Times they have changed ", recently, Michael Douglas was in the video.
    i think the song you're referring to is 'Things have changed' ... i dont remember the exact words but it goes something like this -

    people are crazy, times are strange
    i'm locked in tight, i'm out of range,
    i used to care, but
    things have changed


    the song is part of the soundtrack for the curtis hanson film 'Wonder Boys' starring michael douglas & tobey maguire.

    interestingly, the same film also had another bob dylan number -'shooting star' - anyone heard it?
    "Whenever I feel the need for exercise, I go and lie down for half an hour until the feeling passes." - Will Rogers

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    Quote Originally Posted by NM
    I used to love the following :

    ii) Phill Collins - When I'm feeling Blue, Another day in paradise(?)
    just curious - why the question mark against 'paradise' ... not sure if you liked it?
    "Whenever I feel the need for exercise, I go and lie down for half an hour until the feeling passes." - Will Rogers

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramsri
    Quote Originally Posted by abbydoss1969
    Now , he has written "Times they have changed ", recently, Michael Douglas was in the video.
    i think the song you're referring to is 'Things have changed' ... i dont remember the exact words but it goes something like this -

    people are crazy, times are strange
    i'm locked in tight, i'm out of range,
    i used to care, but
    things have changed


    the song is part of the soundtrack for the curtis hanson film 'Wonder Boys' starring michael douglas & tobey maguire.

    interestingly, the same film also had another bob dylan number -'shooting star' - anyone heard it?
    Yeah, It is one of the greatest love songs, not the melodramatic songs from boy bands.

    Seen a shooting star tonight
    And I thought of you.
    You were trying to break into another world
    A world I never knew.
    I always kind of wondered
    If you ever made it through.
    Seen a shooting star tonight
    And I thought of you.

    Seen a shooting star tonight
    And I thought of me.
    If I was still the same
    If I ever became what you wanted me to be
    Did I miss the mark or
    Over-step the line
    That only you could see?
    Seen a shooting star tonight
    And I thought of me.

    Listen to the engine, listen to the bell
    As the last fire truck from hell
    Goes rolling by, all good people are praying,
    It's the last temptation
    The last account
    The last time you might hear the sermon on the mount,
    The last radio is playing.

    Seen a shooting star tonight
    Slip Away.
    Tomorrow will be another day.
    Guess it's too late to say the things to you
    That you needed to hear me say.
    Seen a shooting star tonight
    Slip away.



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    I really love it when he moves in to higher gear, urgency in his voice when he sings,

    "Listen to the engine, listen to the bell
    As the last firetruck from hell goes rolling by,"
    What imagery!
    look at the words he uses,
    "It's the last temptation
    The last account
    The last time you might hear the sermon on the mount,
    The last radio is playing."
    I don't think anyone can match him in usage of words

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