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GTT
Posted: Jul 08, 2014 - 09:26
 

Very fine ... strangely, whenever I find myself wondering "who is that band?" ... it turns out to be Hooverphonic.

fredriley
(Nottingham, UK)
Posted: Mar 19, 2014 - 13:12
 

 tiggers wrote:
RP introduced me to this track and this band many years ago now..... Thank you RP, still sounds as epic as it did the first time!
 
Seconded {#Clap}

tiggers
Posted: Mar 04, 2014 - 16:02
 

RP introduced me to this track and this band many years ago now..... Thank you RP, still sounds as epic as it did the first time!
coolpeople_rule
(Somewhere NorthofNorth)
Posted: Jan 31, 2014 - 21:05
 

........So much Beauty!!!!!.........More-Cheeba, please!

cebadores
Posted: Jan 14, 2014 - 22:37
 

Beautiful ...so much!!!!!...........

RabbitEars
Posted: Nov 29, 2013 - 08:39
 

wow, sounds a lot like joy askew

ShaunJ
(Tsawwassen, BC)
Posted: Nov 12, 2013 - 15:18
 

 ThePoose wrote:

I have this recurring fantasy.
A ravishing-looking woman 
with a dramatic expression and
eyes screwed up is sitting upright
astride me. I am buried deep inside her.
It doesn't matter whether or not she is clothed.
She is singing this song--or maybe Tie a Yellow
Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree--with all her might.
As she hits certain notes and emotional moments in the piece, her vagina contracts around me.
I am immobile.

Don't know how it ends: when the song is over,
I always find myself hoping she picks out another song
and keeps on singing. 
  



 

Whoa, too much info although I am LOL over Tie a Yellow Ribbon....

moodfood
(still searching)
Posted: Nov 12, 2013 - 15:15
 

Now this girl can sing...  {#Music}

ThePoose
(Ottawa, capital of Canada)
Posted: Sep 27, 2013 - 11:13
 

I have this recurring fantasy.
A ravishing-looking woman 
with a dramatic expression and
eyes screwed up is sitting upright
astride me. I am buried deep inside her.
It doesn't matter whether or not she is clothed.
She is singing this song--or maybe Tie a Yellow
Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree--with all her might.
As she hits certain notes and emotional moments in the piece, her vagina contracts around me.
I am immobile.

Don't know how it ends: when the song is over,
I always find myself hoping she picks out another song
and keeps on singing. 
  



phlattop
(in the woods of Easton, CT)
Posted: Jul 09, 2013 - 21:26
 

 audiophelia wrote:
Whoa! This SO needs to be a Bond Theme Song!!!

 
Agree. I'd take it over Adele's "Skyfall".

richlister
(Here, there, pretty much everywhere.)
Posted: May 24, 2013 - 04:47
 



 
apd wrote:
don't wish to be insensitive, but even though I know what this song is about (a stillborn child, apparently), I can't find that meaning in the lyrics. Can someone explain?


laroue wrote:
Face your faith
Remove all the lace
You love me to death
But death may love you more

You paint with glaze
But write me without grace
You love me to death
Our love was mortal hope

Oh you love me to death
But death may love you more

You grow in me
And although we disagree
You love me to death
You can not love me more

The best things in life to find
Will not always satisfy
You can love me to death
But I will have to go

Oh you love me to death
But I will have to go

Oh you love me to death
But I will have to go

Oh you love me to death
But I will have to go

 



 

Pretty clear, now you've pointed it out, thanks!

apd
(Toronto, On)
Posted: Mar 05, 2013 - 14:45
 

don't wish to be insensitive, but even though I know what this song is about (a stillborn child, apparently), I can't find that meaning in the lyrics. Can someone explain?


laroue wrote:
Face your faith
Remove all the lace
You love me to death
But death may love you more

You paint with glaze
But write me without grace
You love me to death
Our love was mortal hope

Oh you love me to death
But death may love you more

You grow in me
And although we disagree
You love me to death
You can not love me more

The best things in life to find
Will not always satisfy
You can love me to death
But I will have to go

Oh you love me to death
But I will have to go

Oh you love me to death
But I will have to go

Oh you love me to death
But I will have to go

 



philbertr
(Roch New York)
Posted: Feb 02, 2013 - 06:54
 

 audiophelia wrote:
Whoa! This SO needs to be a Bond Theme Song!!!
 
You mean it isn't?

DD gypsyman
(just passing through....)
Posted: Sep 15, 2012 - 00:30
 

 Oscar_the_Grouch wrote:

These are the RP forums where we type before we engage our brains to actually learn anything so, most likely, no he/she/it does not. Sad but all too typical for the denizens of these forums.

 
No wonder you were never a fave...

OzFan
(Skye, Melbourne, Australia)
Posted: Apr 24, 2012 - 18:51
 

Thanks Bill - set of last 3 just 'kill me'  - love em,,,to death... no less

Bjork — Play Dead
Lana Del Rey — Born to Die
Hooverphonic — You Love Me To Death...



miamizsun
((3261.3 Miles SE of RP))
Posted: Feb 17, 2012 - 19:03
 

beautiful night here

73 and a nice ocean breeze

life is good

{#Music}

Anax
(Seattle, WA)
Posted: Jan 20, 2012 - 15:06
 

A startlingly smooth segue: Lana Del Rey - Born to Die => Hooverphonic - You Love Me To Death. Cool.

billybob123
(Southern California)
Posted: Jun 30, 2011 - 14:58
 

I just recently bought this album after hearing it here and it's quickly become a new favorite for both me and my wife - GREAT ALBUM!  Bought it new on Amazon for seven bucks! (click from RP, natch!)

socalhol
(Seattle)
Posted: May 29, 2011 - 23:40
 

 PigLatin wrote:
I love this song to death.  Even it could ever be played to death, I would still, like, love it.
 
{#Roflol}  Oh Yes!  I agree with you completely!  I never tire of this song, simply adore it.  {#Hearteyes}

audiophelia
(Pennsylvania)
Posted: Apr 28, 2011 - 10:32
 

Whoa! This SO needs to be a Bond Theme Song!!!

MrBanshee
Posted: Dec 28, 2010 - 04:55
 

You Love Me to Death


Bosami
(Deep in the heart of nowhere)
Posted: Apr 13, 2010 - 06:59
 

Awesome track!

Oscar_the_Grouch
(In my trash can)
Posted: Jan 08, 2010 - 16:30
 

 denmom wrote:

Huh?  Have you got a clue what this song is about?

 
These are the RP forums where we type before we engage our brains to actually learn anything so, most likely, no he/she/it does not. Sad but all too typical for the denizens of these forums.


(former member)
(Infinity and Beyond)
Posted: Jan 08, 2010 - 16:29
 

It's not a Bond song?

Uh. It is now, whether they admit it or not.

EssexTex
(Gitche Gumee)
Posted: Dec 08, 2009 - 07:47
 

Love the song and her voice....

denmom
(Connecticut)
Posted: Oct 06, 2009 - 09:29
 

 mwsteele79 wrote:
Beautiful song, great voice, stupid lyrics.
 
Huh?  Have you got a clue what this song is about?


laroue
(in the mind of the novel)
Posted: Sep 04, 2009 - 21:37
 

Face your faith
Remove all the lace
You love me to death
But death may love you more

You paint with glaze
But write me without grace
You love me to death
Our love was mortal hope

Oh you love me to death
But death may love you more

You grow in me
And although we disagree
You love me to death
You can not love me more

The best things in life to find
Will not always satisfy
You can love me to death
But I will have to go

Oh you love me to death
But I will have to go

Oh you love me to death
But I will have to go

Oh you love me to death
But I will have to go



1wolfy
(Mission Viejo California)
Posted: Jan 26, 2009 - 12:04
 

{#Hearteyes}{#Kiss} 1wolfy wrote:
until death do us part ..I really have to go.
 



ThePoose
Posted: Jan 23, 2009 - 13:29
 

ThePoose wrote:
skdenfeld wrote:
I'm thinking that this would make a most excellent Bond song.


For Your Ears Only, Goldfinger.
 
 
Surely (sic) Bassey should belt it out.



westslope
(BC coast)
Posted: Dec 22, 2008 - 22:28
 

 skdenfeld wrote:
I'm thinking that this would make a most excellent Bond song.
 
Yes!


a_genuine_find
(Nieuw Amsterdam)
Posted: Nov 24, 2008 - 07:22
 

 horstman wrote:


Always liked the Grasshopper more. Not quite so commercial.
 

Thanks for the tip. The Bulldog is ofcourse a Coffeeshop, but I was referring to the hostel where I was staying. It's quite comfortable and friendly in the hotel. I don't believe I have frequented the Graasshpper yet (though in the fog of Amsterdam bliss, it is entirely possible that I forgot), but I will check it out on my next visit, thank you.

ScopArch
(Berlin, Baby)
Posted: Nov 24, 2008 - 07:12
 

7:08 am Hooverphonic You Love Me To Death
7:05 am Ben Harper Gather 'Round The Stone

The best segue yet, Bill!   {#Clap}



HarrO
(Florida)
Posted: Oct 23, 2008 - 18:14
 

 horstman wrote:
Always liked the Grasshopper more. Not quite so commercial.
 
Ahhh, The Grasshopper. You've got very good taste. One of my all time favorite places on Planet Earth. Spent many a pleasant hour there, at least I think I did. Hang at the 'Hopper for a few hours then go catch a show at The Milkweg. Good times!


(former member)
(A land called Hanalee)
Posted: Oct 23, 2008 - 18:12
 

 Alpine wrote:


Don't talk shit about KFOG. Try living in this backwater up here in Chico with all this Christian fuckin hick country hillbilly talk radio classical bullshit fucking classic rock radio pulp crap we have to listen up here.

Kfog would be a breath of fresh air!
 

You know, I'm tired of listening to KFOG, probably because it's so easy to do. But - when they first went on air, they played obscure stuff like Peter Gabriel's "I Go Swimming" and other things that they wouldn't be caught dead playing today. I miss Scoop, M Dung, and the stuff that made the station special - if not a sure fire moneymaker. Of course, before KFOG, there was the 70s and KLOL out of Houston where I'd here Kraftwerk, ZZ Top, and Nat Lamp Radio Hour and then Headphones Only... Those were the days.

And so, that sends me here....

boober
(KC,Mo)
Posted: Aug 21, 2008 - 13:42
 

 Alpine wrote:


Don't talk shit about KFOG. Try living in this backwater up here in Chico with all this Christian fuckin hick country hillbilly talk radio classical bullshit fucking classic rock radio pulp crap we have to listen up here.

Kfog would be a breath of fresh air!
  Don't sugar coat it!Tell me how you really think!



PigLatin
(They are pigs, these Romans)
Posted: Aug 21, 2008 - 13:41
 

I love this song to death.  Even it could ever be played to death, I would still, like, love it.

mwsteele79
Posted: Aug 21, 2008 - 13:41
 

Beautiful song, great voice, stupid lyrics.

sfuller
(Central, Iowa)
Posted: Aug 18, 2008 - 14:22
 

 Deadwing wrote:
10:22 am - Hooverphonic - You Love Me To Death
10:17 am - The Church - Under The Milky Way
10:13 am - Porcupine Tree - Trains
Bill's THE man!
 

Same three again on Aug 18th around 4:13 PM CDT. Nice trio.

mgfitz
(Maple Creek, Sk)
Posted: Jul 27, 2008 - 17:32
 

June 16, 10:13 to 10:22........{#Sad}.Damn! I missed it!!

LadyLovelyLocks
(Otherside of the Mirror - Australia)
Posted: Jul 17, 2008 - 23:02
 

Took an hour, but finally a band I can love!
Deadwing
(Cincinnati OH)
Posted: Jun 16, 2008 - 10:27
 

10:22 am - Hooverphonic - You Love Me To Death
10:17 am - The Church - Under The Milky Way
10:13 am - Porcupine Tree - Trains


Bill's THE man!
Alpine
(N39d39mW121d30m)
Posted: May 29, 2008 - 19:59
 

sfListener wrote:
A little tired of this one but shouldn't complain as my neighbor in the courtyard blasts the local mainstream rock station (KFOG) who's playlist is comprised of every song you got sick of 20 years ago. Why is that so profitable?


Don't talk shit about KFOG. Try living in this backwater up here in Chico with all this Christian fuckin hick country hillbilly talk radio classical bullshit fucking classic rock radio pulp crap we have to listen up here.

Kfog would be a breath of fresh air!
horstman
(Syracuse, New York)
Posted: May 25, 2008 - 17:41
 

a_genuine_find wrote:
I didn't think I could enjoy this song any more,
but here I sit at the Bulldog in Amsterdam with a head full of hash and this never sounded so good.


Always liked the Grasshopper more. Not quite so commercial.
sfListener
Posted: Apr 17, 2008 - 10:52
 

A little tired of this one but shouldn't complain as my neighbor in the courtyard blasts the local mainstream rock station (KFOG) who's playlist is comprised of every song you got sick of 20 years ago. Why is that so profitable?
thewiseking
(New York, New York)
Posted: Apr 17, 2008 - 10:45
 

yes, i do

1wolfy
(Mission Viejo California)
Posted: Apr 17, 2008 - 10:45
 

You must play this one loudly
kcar
Posted: Mar 14, 2008 - 00:02
 

a_genuine_find wrote:
I didn't think I could enjoy this song any more,
but here I sit at the Bulldog in Amsterdam with a head full of hash and this never sounded so good.





You are indeed The Man. Hope you''re tied to the table to keep from floating away.

That has to be the biggest tongue wagging a dog that I've seen. Good to know that the Boston Globe came through with the appropriate pic for a hash trip.
a_genuine_find
(III Stone Sol, Gould Belt, Orion Arm, Galaxy of Milk and Honey)
Posted: Mar 13, 2008 - 23:46
 

I didn't think I could enjoy this song any more,
but here I sit at the Bulldog in Amsterdam with a head full of hash and this never sounded so good.

pedrock77
(Belgium and/or Spain)
Posted: Feb 21, 2008 - 06:12
 

Aaaah Belgium...so many great bands for such a small country, there must be something in the water...like in Iceland
skdenfeld
(Bend, Oregon)
Posted: Feb 11, 2008 - 12:32
 

swinghamer wrote:


Exactly what I was thinking the first time I ever heard this one...now I wonder what the open credits montage/scene would be?

Guns and wedding cakes, for sure!