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"I love you in any situation and under any circumstance"

I came across this saying today, thought it was beautiful and wanted to share with you all.

I also wanted to share this:
In another thread I mentioned that listening to music was a much needed great stress and anxiety reliever, it has the ability to decrease stress that we all feel. Tina72 had a great idea and said 'we should make a separate thread' [biggrin]

So here it is, very lighthearted. When you get a moment, have a listen and do share!

here is a list of my absolute current favorites.


Luis Armstrong - What a wonderful world


Bob Marley - Three little Birds



Fleetwood Mac - Gypsy


Agnes Obel - Riverside


Nora Jones - Sunrise


2 Cellos - Thunderstruck (the best ACDC cover ever, with a couple cellos)


Beverly Night - I cant stand the rain


Ella Fitzgerrald - Summertime

Warmth and strength to you all.

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Always great to listen to music that soothes and uplifts!  Thanks so much for sharing.
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My favourite anti-ED songs:
Elton John: I´m still standing
Gloria Gaynor: I will survive

Both very loud...[biggrin]

Keep on swimming, warriors!
There is light at the end of that tunnel!

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my current favs....
ooh Child (Guardians of the Galaxy soundtrack)
Fight Song, Stand By You, Better Place - Rachel Platt
Desperado - The Eagles
I'm a survivor  - Glee version
Starships - Glee version
Hold Each Other (not sure who this is by)

also, just a bout anything with a good beat turned up really loud so as to push all other thoughts out of mind! 😁🎶🎶

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Hi Clem

Thanks for starting this thread. It is a great idea. Here is my favourite song:


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It's so good to hear old favorites and be introduced to new ones, love 'Supergirl' Mamaroo!

I had both this and Elton John's 'I'm still standing' on loud, earlier this morning. What a much needed release and 7 combined minutes of thinking nothing! Batteries are recharged.

I have another,

Swim by Jack’s Mannequin

“You gotta swim for nights that won’t end. Swim for your family, your lovers, your sisters, your brothers, your friends.”



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Hi Clem I am fairly new here and have been reading your recent posts and struck by your kindness, compassion, strength and against all odds occasional humour....so I looked up your old posts and found this music thread. Thank you. It’s lovely.
Since my dd has been unwell I’ve listened often to Birdy, keeping your head up....it’s beautiful and what we are all trying to do here I think. Don’t know how to add link to it. X
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Thank so much maggie10463, what a lovely post by you, it really made me feel good!

Love that tune! Thank you, really needed to hear that one.


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If anyone is in the trenches and is in need of a 4:46 minute tickle, or have come through the darkside...... I cannot help but laugh my socks off at this utterly brilliant Queen cover, despite my D and my current horrendous situation

xClem


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Thanks clem. Look forward to listening to that when alone later. Thinking of you and hope things a little better soon
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One of my current fav inspirational songs is Rise Up by Andra Day.  This accompanying video tugs at the heart strings...
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