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#MikeAndTheMechanics #TheLivingYears #Grief

 

This song fucks me up all over the place.  This is the first time I’ve voluntarily listened to it since my dad died.  It’s one of those nights anyway.

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7 comments on “#MikeAndTheMechanics #TheLivingYears #Grief

  1. Maybe “liked” isn’t the right work, but I’m sending healing thought for you in your grief/healing journey. Take care.

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  2. hellokalykitty
    30/05/2014

    *hugs*

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  3. glenn2point0
    31/05/2014

    It’s a very emotive song. I am happy that I got to say goodbye to Dad before he died. There were still many things left unsaid but that was okay. I was there to support him and my presence let him know that I loved him.

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  4. Kitt O'Malley
    31/05/2014

    Holding you and your grief in my thoughts and prayers.

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  5. This is a beautiful song, which I used to love, but haven’t listed to in years. I’m so sorry it is so very very painful for you, and I’m keeping you in my thoughts. Hugs x.

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