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oddlyenuff oddlyenuff 36-40, M 13 Answers Oct 5, 2012 in Music

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Yep i have i hate that when that happens

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me too.

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i've never written a song have you? and i don't think i should change someone else’s song ... it must have meant something to them or they wouldn't have written it so ... no

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huh?

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what part don't you understand ... the "no" part? '' or the part about changing someone else's song? or did u mean would i change the radio station? please say what u mean ... it would be less confusing for both of us

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I'm just not sure you understood my question. I don't understand what you mean by changing someone's song. I was saying if you changed the song by changing the radio station or changed to another song on the cd.

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not changing the lyrics or anything like that.

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Yes. There is a song my ex best friend and I always listened to on the back of buses, walking the streets, by the pool and basically any time we felt good together. I can't bear it now though, it has too many memories attached.

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Thankyou!

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Yes...if I was somewhere I didn't want to get teary I just changed it. Music has such an impact.

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::sniff sniff::
Yes ='(

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so very true. it does.

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There was a then-popular song I associated with the first guy who broke my heart as was a teenager. "You're No Good" by Linda Ronstadt. For about a year after the experience I couldn't bear to hear it.

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been there.

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Yeah, 'Can't buy me love', by the Beatles, will always be 'kent bobbin woah, woah'..

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Lot's of times, too much of my music collection is associated with my drinking days.

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I do not give songs emotional attachments personally, unless I wrote it.

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