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AdLib On March - 11 - 2011

There are times when it’s important to be there for a friend or express to those close to you, that you care about them. With thoughts of Kalima, WTS and other friends and family in Japan right now and what’s been going on around us right now here in the US, this seems like a good time to let our friends, lovers and family know that we care and are there for them.

You’ve Got a Friend – James Taylor

Kind and Generous – Natalie Merchant

You’re My Best Friend – Queen

That’s What Friends Are For – Stevie Wonder & Friends

Categories: Music Thread

Written by AdLib

My motto is, "It is better to have blogged and lost hours of your day, than never to have blogged at all."

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  1. foxisms says:

    Isn’t it Friday yet?


  2. Kalima says:

    Thank you so much for the wonderful sentiment AdLib. The kind thoughts, prayers and wishes of our members on The Planet, touched my heart and healed my soul. Thank you to everyone. Sorry I couldn’t join in today. See you soon.

  3. NanaMex says:

    Mike de Velta -The Wedding Song (Under the Lilac tree)

  4. foxisms says:

    A great feature, Adlib.
    Thanks for hosting!
    Looking forward to the next..and the next…and…

  5. foxisms says:

    It’s only love (you’ll know)


  6. foxisms says:

    Happier than the morning sun ~ Stevie Wonder


  7. KillgoreTrout says:

    The Beatles--And I Love Her;


  8. foxisms says:

    Bette usually gets credit for this one…but Buzzy thunk it up!

    Friends ~ Buzzy Linhart


  9. Abbyrose86 says:

    DUE to my technical issues…(my new computer will be here next week…yeah!!!…no more technical issues!!!)

    I will try and post this link…Bobby Darin..Mack the Knife…in relation to my previous post


  10. KillgoreTrout says:

    Doors--Love Me Two Times;


  11. Khirad says:

    Fuck it, I give up.

    One of the most romantic songs I know, anyway.

    Faith & The Muse -- Sparks


    “love is not dead”

    And there’s a taiko drum to boot.

    • javaz says:

      Not sure why this reminds of France, but it does.

      When we first arrived in Paris, and we were supposed to be there for a year, and that ended up being 2 years.

      We ended up living in a home in St. Cloud, which was a suburb of Paris, and close to Versailles, but anyway, when we first arrived we lived 3 blocks from the Eiffel Tower.

      One night we got a good buzz on from French wine, and took a cab -- we asked the driver to take us to a club so that we could dance -- and our French wasn’t very good.

      We ended up in a very high class tittie bar, and I mean it was high class, and when they told us the price for one drink we left -- but at least my husband and I got to see some very high class tits!
      LMAO

      Honestly, tits for the French are normal, and they like to think that they are above it and beyond, but they are not.

    • foxisms says:

      “Never surrender. Never give in!”
      First time I ever got a look at this band.
      Definitely worth my time.

  12. KillgoreTrout says:

    Simon and Garfunkel--For Emily Wherever I May Find Her;


  13. foxisms says:

    Sorry. Trying to get this one deleted, folks.
    “Embedded disabled”.
    Damned nubes! (Me that is.)

  14. KillgoreTrout says:

    CSN--Lady of the Island;



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