A Song for Them All

Where we pay homage to our honored dead.

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A Song for Them All

Post by Patchez » Sun Mar 02, 2014 2:33 am

A fare thee well song for them all.

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Re: A Song for Them All

Post by maltlicker » Wed May 14, 2014 2:54 pm

So sad. I haven't been to this forum in quite a while. The first Con was ~10 years ago at the Star Dust (it's gone too).
Cheers to all.

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Re: A Song for Them All

Post by Oggar » Sun May 18, 2014 6:09 am

It's strange how dramatically a song that reminds you of someone can change so dramatically in the way it makes you think of them once they pass.

None But The Brave by Bruce Springsteen.
I can't write like Papa, you know I just ain't able
But if he came in here tonight, I'd drink him under the table -Ronny Elliott

RIP Mayhem, as long as I have a heart you are in it.

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Re: A Song for Them All

Post by Savage » Sat Jun 07, 2014 3:35 am

Patchez wrote:A fare thee well song for them all.

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That is lovely. I wish I could sing along, but it would be like the cawing of a crow, against the cries of the angels.
like tears in rain

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