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#May Challenge Lessons In Dating 101

Don’t ever let a man say a song reminds him of you. You find yourself downloading the song to think about him when he is missed and so forth. But when things are over between the two and he’s long gone the song just always seems to pop up on the radio, Ipod, favorite movie, Spotify,  and friend’s Pandora etc. You get the drift.

I think the universe or life prepares me for moments I don’t ever think will exist through music. Last summer I heard the song “Let It Rain” by David Nail as I drove more than 3 hours through TN. Now those exact words from the chorus apply to my life one way or another.

“Let it rain, let it pour, she don’t love me anymore.

Let it come down on me. Let it come down on me.

Every word. Let it Hurt. Even more than I deserve.

Let it come down on me. Let it come down on me. Let it Rain. “

There’s something about a song that has soul in it. It moves you emotional even when you have never experienced such heartache, pain, or went through the things in the narrated and descriptive song. It pulls at something inside.

Just like Teddy Pendergrass’ Love TKO.

“Think I’d better let it go Looks like another love T.K.O.

Think I’d better let it go, let it go, baby

Looks like another love T.K.O.”

Right or wrong I learned never let a guy who hasn’t said he loves you tell you a song reminds him of you. Especially if that guy doesn’t know what “love” is.

(Wrote: May 5, 2013)

 

September 7, 2014 Posted by | Fun Topics, May Challenge | Leave a comment