Grief Quotes (3433 quotes)
Why - Rascal Flatts [HD][Lyrics]
ASD's Public Relations Specialist Shares Her Grief Playlist
The anniversary of his death. His birthday. These are the dates when I grieve most consciously for my father. I want to think about my father, who I lost more than 11 years ago this year. I want to cry and give myself an opportunity to feel that pain. It is a strange thing to describe to people who are uninitiated with grief.
This post has been weeks in the works, a promise ever since I wrote a post a few weeks back on the death of a friend. Sorry, we have been pretty busy and I have just gotten my head back above water. We always struggle with the best format to share song lists on the website. We have done text with links to the youtube video, we have used iTunes playlists, we have used a playlist website that went under. We have no idea what the best option is!
Mourning Someone Special: Healing and Peace Through Music
The stolen glances, broken threads The visions looming in our heads The years spent running parallel To everything that might've been. Oh, if he really does exist Why did he desert me In my hour of need I truly am indeed Alone again, naturally. Then in nineteen fifteen my country said Son It's time to stop rambling 'cause there's work to be done So they gave me a tin hat and they gave me a gun And they sent me away to the war. And through it all she offers me protection A lot of love and affection Whether I'm right or wrong. Since you went away the days grow long And soon I'll hear old winter song But i miss you most of all my darling When autumn leaves start to fall. And I wish I, wish I knew the right words To make you feel better, walk out of this place Defeat them in your secret battle Show them you can be your own man again.
Music can help in all kinds of situations, can soothe all kinds of pain. Even sad songs can offer their own kind of company, and remind us of the good times. Here are ten songs about loss that helped us here at NME through even the most difficult periods. The lopsided synth line gives the whole song an otherworldly feel, while the break in that middle-eight, which introduces a kaleidoscopic instrumental before a reprisal of the lush chorus, will knock the wind out of your sails. Surprisingly, considering the deeply sensitive subject matter, it was co-written by Clapton and songwriter-for-hire Will Jennings.