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  • View author's info Author Posted on Nov 10, 2005 at 02:06 AM


    What kind of music you like?
    I like different styles like classic,evergreen,but my favorit style is metal.
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  • View author's info Posted on Feb 23, 2008 at 11:58 PM


    I listen to a lil bit of everything. Some hip-hop, dance, reggae; but mostly I listen to alternative, hard rock, metal. Absolutely no country music, though.
  • View author's info Posted on Jan 12, 2008 at 12:45 PM


    I just purchased Alicia Keys As I Am just for the song...

    Like You'll Never See Me Again lyrics

    If I had no more time
    No more time left to be here
    Would you cherish what we had?
    Was it everything that you were looking for?
    If I couldn't feel your touch
    And no longer were you with me
    I'd be wishing you were here
    To be everything that I'd be looking for
    I don't wanna forget the present is a gift
    And I don't wanna take for granted the time you may have here with me
    'Cause Lord only knows another day is not really guaranteed

    So every time you hold me
    Hold me like this is the last time
    Every time you kiss me
    Kiss me like you'll never see me again
    Every time you touch me
    Touch me like this is the last time
    Promise that you'll love me
    Love me like you'll never see me again

    Oh Oh Ohhhhh

    How many really know what love is?
    No you never will
    Do you know until you lose it
    That it's everything that we are looking for
    When I wake up in the morning
    You're beside me
    I'm so thankful that I found
    Everything that I been looking for

    I don't wanna forget the present is a gift
    And I don't wanna take for granted the time you may have here with me
    'Cause Lord only knows another day is not really guaranteed

    So everytime you hold me
    Hold me like this is the last time
    Every time you kiss me
    Kiss me like you'll never see me again
    (can you do that for me baby)
    Every time you touch me
    (see we don't really know)
    Touch me like this is the last time
    (see everyday we never know)
    Promise that you'll love me
    (I want you to promise me)
    Love me like you'll never see me again
    (like you'll never see me again)
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 23, 2006 at 10:07 AM


    JediKnightQ write:
    Ditto! Ditto & Ditto to ALL the above! Along with a "YOU GO KASH"!


    thanks Jedi, sorry haven't read this sooner!
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 22, 2006 at 06:55 PM


    I like celtic, hard rock,pop,blues, new age, Native American. I have a wide range of music I listen too.
  • View author's info Posted on Jan 20, 2006 at 08:25 PM


    See, you some of you guys grew up in the groovy 70s listening to music to dance, including disco.

    My generation is the Death Metal & Grunge Punk people (lucky me, I grew up in another country, otherwise I'd have been a depressed goth, maybe, back in the late 80s), you know the kind: they grew up pessimistic and cynical, if they didn't just pull the plug at some point.

    And those are the people my age who surround me. They may be fairly successful or not, or accomplished in their careers but, for the most part, the Death Metal & Grunge Punk depression is still in their eyes.
  • View author's info Posted on Jan 20, 2006 at 04:55 PM


    MrRSVP write:

    Good music...Now that's why 70's parties are the B-O-M-B!!

    Ditto! Ditto & Ditto to ALL the above! Along with a "YOU GO KASH"!
  • View author's info Posted on Jan 20, 2006 at 04:52 PM


    Samantha451 write:

    Jedi,
    Can you feel that great disturbance in The Force?

    It must be the rhythm of a whole generation!
    gettin' down with that Old Skool...
    groovin' on some Cool Jazz vibes.
    ;^)

    Indeed I do Sam. It's KC & The Sunshine Bands singing "Get Down Tonight" because "It's Ladies Night" (Kool & the Gang).
  • View author's info Posted on Jan 20, 2006 at 04:29 PM


    phea44 write:

    Kash, you're a woman of Good Taste!!!

    Good music...Now that's why 70's parties are the B-O-M-B!!
  • View author's info Posted on Jan 20, 2006 at 12:29 AM


    kashmirkat write:

    Commodors, Chicago, Led Zepplin, Gap Band. Ahhh the good ol dayz.


    Kash, you're a woman of Good Taste!!!
  • View author's info Posted on Jan 20, 2006 at 12:26 AM


    cyupanqui write:
    Speaking of Good Ole Days, I was listening to some old Michael Jackson songs. From before "Thriller": the music of "Ben," "One Day in Your Life," etc.

    The guy had such an amazing voice since he was a kid! I can't avoid feeling sad for him. He strikes me as a child in a grown-up body. I wonder what went wrong....

    You're right Cimmie, Michael Jackson did have quite a voice as a child. As far as what went wrong? Good question.
  • View author's info Posted on Jan 19, 2006 at 06:45 PM


    cyupanqui write:
    Speaking of Good Ole Days, I was listening to some old Michael Jackson songs. From before "Thriller": the music of "Ben," "One Day in Your Life," etc.

    The guy had such an amazing voice since he was a kid! I can't avoid feeling sad for him. He strikes me as a child in a grown-up body. I wonder what went wrong....

    lil boys sleeping in ur bed is always a big NONONO
  • View author's info Posted on Jan 18, 2006 at 02:29 PM


    Speaking of Good Ole Days, I was listening to some old Michael Jackson songs. From before "Thriller": the music of "Ben," "One Day in Your Life," etc.

    The guy had such an amazing voice since he was a kid! I can't avoid feeling sad for him. He strikes me as a child in a grown-up body. I wonder what went wrong....
  • View author's info Posted on Jan 18, 2006 at 12:36 PM


    JediKnightQ write:
    Thanks. Those were/are some great groups & music. No doctored up electonics. They sang & played their own stuff. You understood the songs. LOL!


    Commodors, Chicago, Led Zepplin, Gap Band. Ahhh the good ol dayz.
  • View author's info Posted on Jan 17, 2006 at 10:29 PM


    JediKnightQ write:
    As far as music. I'm pretty open minded as far as diversity. As long as it sounds good to me I'll listen & enjoy. Of course I enjoy my "old school" sounds like the Isleys, Earth, Wind & Fire, Kool & the Gang, The Commodores, LTD. Like the sounds of Luther, Peabo, TP, etc. The range is wide. Currently I enjoy listening to contempory (cool) jazz. I find it very relaxing. Especially when in traffic in my area! LOL!


    Jedi,
    Can you feel that great disturbance in The Force?

    It must be the rhythm of a whole generation!
    gettin' down with that Old Skool...
    groovin' on some Cool Jazz vibes.
    ;^)
  • View author's info Posted on Jan 17, 2006 at 06:49 PM


    JediKnightQ write:
    Thanks. Those were/are some great groups & music. No doctored up electonics. They sang & played their own stuff. You understood the songs. LOL!


    Yup, Jedi, you got that right!!!
  • View author's info Posted on Jan 17, 2006 at 02:58 PM


    cyupanqui write:
    EW&F, Kool & The Gang, etc. You got great taste there Jedi.

    Thanks. Those were/are some great groups & music. No doctored up electonics. They sang & played their own stuff. You understood the songs. LOL!
  • View author's info Posted on Jan 16, 2006 at 09:46 PM


    EW&F, Kool & The Gang, etc. You got great taste there Jedi.
  • View author's info Posted on Jan 16, 2006 at 04:04 PM


    As far as music. I'm pretty open minded as far as diversity. As long as it sounds good to me I'll listen & enjoy. Of course I enjoy my "old school" sounds like the Isleys, Earth, Wind & Fire, Kool & the Gang, The Commodores, LTD. Like the sounds of Luther, Peabo, TP, etc. The range is wide. Currently I enjoy listening to contempory (cool) jazz. I find it very relaxing. Especially when in traffic in my area! LOL!
  • View author's info Posted on Jan 15, 2006 at 06:08 PM


    cyupanqui write:
    Two ways to get around the censors:

    a) Swear in another language;

    b) Or use technical jargon in English, like:

    "The lascivity of current society is evident even in social discourse, where from merely phallic analysis in the 70s, now we have an evolution of degradation and the exploration of sphincteral tendencies in all different aspects of our daily lives, from the vulvic verbosity of feminine banter, to the smart-derriered cynicism proper of males, who in such a way pretend to minimize the social power wielded by their phallus. To some of these researchers I suggest to have intercourse with themselves, and leave society in peace, uncluttered by their perverted analyses."


    *Incontinently cavorting about my domicillic foundations, exhibiting lugubrious cachinnation concurrent to posterioral uncoupling!*
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