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#475695 - 01/21/15 09:11 AM Re: Songs for survivors [Re: jj78]
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Registered: 01/28/10
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#475696 - 01/21/15 09:24 AM Re: Songs for survivors [Re: jj78]
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Registered: 08/04/13
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Bey I love this song so much. It has given me strength and a feeling that I can go on. I just have to be patient with my self and others that are helping me along my journey to the true me.
Thanks for reminding me!!!

Bluesky
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Where the fear has gone there will be nothing.
Only I will remain."
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#475838 - 01/23/15 09:06 AM Re: Songs for survivors [Re: jj78]
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Here is an other song that keeps me going. I heard at the Alta retreat 2014 hope it give you the hope it gives me.


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Where the fear has gone there will be nothing.
Only I will remain."
Frank Herbert

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#475997 - Today at 04:58 PM Re: Songs for survivors [Re: jj78]
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Registered: 02/03/13
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I'm a pretty big fan of Mumford and Sons! I wanted to post some music by a band called Motion City Soundtrack. They’re kind of old really, but I find the lyrics to most of their songs very meaningful.

Everything is Alright - probably one of their most popular songs (it was part of the soundtrack in Saints Row).



L.G faud - which stands for Let's Get Fucked Up and Die. I really love the lyrics in this song. It describes how I feel a lot. I also love the album art for this album.



Feel Like Rain - not sure why I like this song so much. It makes me think of depression and self harm. Not sure what it's actually about.


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#476005 - 59 minutes 46 seconds ago Re: Songs for survivors [Re: jj78]
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Registered: 09/24/13
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As long as a song doesn't encourage you to harm yourself, or you only listen to it when you're not in a state to do so, I think it could be really good. I've cried like hell to certain songs, especially Meat Loaf's "Objects in the Rear View Mirror" and "I Never Cry" by Alice Cooper. Some of us really never learned how to cry and release grief, or we've never felt like we had permission, so personally any song that makes me let a little of it out through tears is a friend of mine. Just my two cents-- thanks for all the great posts.

Bob
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Never worry about "three steps forward and two steps back." Thirty steps forward and twenty back are still ten steps in the right direction.

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