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  1. Yep, according to Song Facts they are a Christian band. But I wondered why a woman would say to her lover "bring your flowered hat"-- unless her lover was female.
  2. I've always wondered who the speaker and subject of the song "Kiss Me" by Sixpence None The Richer were supposed to be. From the lyrics, it sounds as though it's some sort of romantic couple (wife and husband, girlfriend and boyfriend, etc.)-- but if the speaker is female ("You'll wear those shoes and I will wear that dress"), then it seems so is the subject ("bring your flowered hat"). So maybe it's two good female friends? Or a mother and daughter? Or two sisters? Or a wife with a husband who just happens to wear flowered hats? :: Or maybe two women who are gay? What are your thoughts??
  3. Why would that be the case? As far as I know, the song isn't Catholic in any sense. In any case, it's a very beautiful and fitting song for a wedding.
  4. Are you serious? I've never heard that theory before. It could make some sense... but the line "I can still hear her complain" doesn't quite fit a dog.
  5. That's pretty vague... was it a female singer, or male? Or a group? Any other identifying characteristics?
  6. Are you maybe thinking of "Holes in the Floor of Heaven" by Steve Wariner? Holes in the Floor of Heaven One day, shy and 8 years old When grandma passed away I was a broken hearted little boy Blowing out that birthday cake How i cried when the sky let go With a cold lonesome rain My mom smiled, said "Don't be sad child. Grandma's watching you today." Cause there are holes in the floor of Heaven And her tears are pouring down That's how you know she's watching Wishing she could be here now Sometimes if you're lonely Just remember she can see There are holes in the floor of Heaven And she's watching over you and me Seasons come and seasons go Nothing stays the same I grew up, fell in love Met a girl who took my name Year by year we made a life In this sleepy little town I thought we'd grow old together Lord, I sure do miss her now Cause there's holes in the floor of Heaven And her tears are pouring down That's how I know she's watching Wishing she could be here now Sometimes when I'm lonely I just remember she can see There are holes in the floor of Heaven And she's watching over you and me Well my little girl is 23 I walk her down the aisle It's a shame her Mom can't be here now To see her lovely smile They throw the rice, I catch her eye As the rain starts coming down She takes my hand says, "Daddy don't be sad Cause I know Mama's watching now." There are holes in the floor of Heaven And her tears are pouring down That's how I know she's watching Wishing she could be here now Sometimes when I'm lonely I just remember she can see There are holes in the floor of Heaven And she's watching over you and me.
  7. I think the song you're thinking of "All Kinds of Time" by the Fountains of Wayne. It was made popular by the commercials for the NFL Network played on CBS and FOX during their NFL broadcasts. "All Kinds Of Time" by Fountains of Wayne The clock's running down The team's losing ground To the opposing defense The young quarterback Waits for the snap When suddenly it all starts to make sense He's got all kinds of time He's got all kinds of time All kinds of time He's got all kinds of time All kinds of time He takes a step back He's under attack But he knows that no one can touch him now He seems so at ease A strange inner peace Is all that he's feeling somehow He's got all kinds of time He's got all kinds of time All kinds of time He's got all kinds of time All kinds of time [bridge] He thinks of his mother He thinks of his bride-to-be He thinks of his father His two younger brothers Gathered around the widescreen TV He looks to the left He looks to the right And there in a golden ray of light Is his open man Just as he planned The whole world is his tonight
  8. Thanks, Uncle Joe, but if you're referring to her "Goodbye To You" song, I don't think that's it-- but it is a very, very good guess. The song I'm thinking of is more of a love ballad-- a little sad and a little slow (ala the Jet's "Make It Real").
  9. Hi Everyone... I've had this song in my head for nearly the last 20 years-- it was a much-played pop song in '86 or '87. The lead singer was female, and of the lyrics all I remember is the chorus: "Saying goodbye... goodbye to you... Was the hardest thing that I could ever do" and later: "Let me say (say say say)... what I have to say And leave the memory of loving you in vain" In the background, was the same super deep voice from Yellow's "Oh Yeah" (if you remember Ferris Beuler's Day Off) repating (I think) : "For real". It sounded like it could be The Jets, or Gloria Estefan... but I've googled and googled and found no matches. Anyone else remember this song? Like I said, it seemed like it was a pretty big song when it first came out, but I've never heard it since. None of my friends recall the song, either-- they swear I must've dreamed it up.
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