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Re: There is a crack ...D.

Posted by D. Clark on August 19, 1999, at 21:46:40

In reply to Re: There is a crack ...D., posted by Phil on August 19, 1999, at 6:25:38

> > > There is a crack in everything.
> > > That's how the light gets in.
> > >
> > > Leonard Cohen's words not mine. Just sounded good.
> > >
> > > Phil
> >
> > Funny Leonard Cohen's name should just "pop up". The fact that my father played his music over and over and over after my mother died (I was 6)led me to understand my father's justifiable depression. Don't get me wrong, I actually like LC but my sister absolutely freaks at even the mention of his name! His albums should have a warning label - "Playing more than 4 times a day can lead to dependency and short-term depressive symptoms. Discontinue use should such symptoms be present. Sudden rashes, prolonged fever, or any other bizzare physical ailments should be reported to your physican. Parental descretion advised, whether the album is playing or not."
> >
> > 'Caught me in a silly mood. Thanx for the Serendipity. D.Clark
> >>LOL. My brother called and I said I was listening to Leonard Cohen and he said 'oh, that's depressing!!' HAHA I get in a Leonard Cohen mood occasionally but I do fear the long term side effects. Phil

And of course there's no better song for crying over your broken heart than "That's No Way To Say Good-Bye"- I think that's the title. Boo hoo! And who the heck was "Suzanne" anyway and what meds did she take? Hmmmm. A point to ponder. I think he probably makes a great Monk (see other post)

Have a nice weekend! D.Clark




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