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I am was not familiar with that band, but looked them up on Wikipedia and listened to some of their songs. Their lyrics and sound are interesting. I am curious to know why you thought I might be a fan of their music?
As interesting as it is to learn how people come to like various sexual activities, I am also curious about how people develop their taste in music. I enjoy listening to many types of music, but at heart I am a 'classic rock' guy because that is what I heard the most of while going through my teen years. The first concerts I saw were 'Billy Joel' and 'Boston', and those artists are still on my exercise playlist. I just saw Billy Joel at a stadium show and realize it has been about 45 years since I first saw him, and I enjoyed it as much or more than I did when I was in high school. In college, I was introduced to lots of new music, but became enraptured by progressive rock (Yes, Genesis, Rush, Moody Blues, etc.). If the band used a Mellotron, I was probably going to be a fan of their music. (A bit of an exaggeration, but you get the idea.)
With the above in mind, I would add Billy Joel's Just the Way You Are to the list of songs I would dedicate to DW.
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My husband will often sing that line. From that song. Billy Joel's "She's Got a Way " is a good one.
Yes indeed, She's Got a Way is also a great song for a dedication.SeekingChange wrote: ↑Sat Sep 10, 2022 6:12 amMy husband will often sing that line. From that song. Billy Joel's "She's Got a Way " is a good one.
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Tim Hawkins - "Things You Don't Say to Your Wife"
Things You Don't Say to Your Wife