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Webfoot
(Eugene, Oregon)
Posted: Nov 22, 2017 8:30
 

 DigitalJer wrote:

Absolutely.  Been there, and was able to communicate the regret.  It was met positively - thankfully.
Closure; after 20+ years.

 
Yep.
CoYoT51
(Reims, France... then Lima, Peru.)
Posted: Sep 22, 2017 14:47
 

 beemerjim wrote:
I like Patti Griffin, but don't like this song. Oh well,They can't all be hits.
 

 
So you don't "like" her, actually.
CoYoT51
(Reims, France... then Lima, Peru.)
Posted: Sep 22, 2017 14:46
 

Can't give less than a 9. {#Notworthy}
beemerjim
Posted: May 23, 2017 5:49
 

I like Patti Griffin, but don't like this song. Oh well,They can't all be hits.
 
DigitalJer
(Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
Posted: Oct 20, 2016 10:21
 

 LizK wrote:

Suggestion;  Try again. Not drunk.  Brief.  Sincere.  Mention how much she touched your heart, the good effect she had. Wish her well. and goodbye.

 
Absolutely.  Been there, and was able to communicate the regret.  It was met positively - thankfully.
Closure; after 20+ years.
mardisoninnc
(western NC)
Posted: Oct 20, 2016 10:19
 

The incomparable Patty Griffin.  Pure beauty.
LizK
(West Florida, where the gators roam)
Posted: Aug 18, 2016 14:25
 

 Sloggydog wrote:
I think we all have that one relationship when you first fully open yourself up and it breaks your heart for the first time.  Though we may never fully recover from that it is no reason to hold it against the person.  It becomes a part of your character.  I was such a twat when it happened to me.  Indulgently wallowing in the pain.  I wanted to be mature about it and remain friends and such but I had no control over the intensity of my emotions.  I desperately tried to recover what I had lost and all it served to do was to prolong my pain and to smudge the memory of the beautiful time we enjoyed.  It took so long before I could look back and smile that I had lost touch with the girl and could never express my regret for the way I acted.  I have tried once or twice since, mostly when drunk and online, to make contact and just say essentially that I am sorry for what happened and I can now look back and smile.  I'm smiling now Tammy.

Do you know I think this song may just have struck a chord with me? 

 
Suggestion;  Try again. Not drunk.  Brief.  Sincere.  Mention how much she touched your heart, the good effect she had. Wish her well. and goodbye.
Stefen
(West Hollywood, CA)
Posted: Mar 03, 2016 18:11
 

 Middleton wrote:
Well, it finally happened. After 4 years of listening to RP nearly every work day, Jethro Tull - whose music I cannot stand (yeah, yeah, yeah, I know I'm in the minority here) and causes me to mute the sound on my computer - was followed by Patty Griffin - whose music I love (and the fact that I can hear a deep track once/day from RP is one of my favorite things about RP).  A true lesson in "take the good with the bad".  Touche, Bill & Rebecca, Touche.

Oh - and thanks for adding "You'll Remember" to the rotation. 

 

If you haven't found it yet, try pressing the "PSD" button when a tune you dislike comes along.  Play Something Different gives Radio Paradise another chance for the duration of one song.  Cool!
Middleton
(along for the ride)
Posted: Feb 23, 2016 7:57
 

Well, it finally happened. After 4 years of listening to RP nearly every work day, Jethro Tull - whose music I cannot stand (yeah, yeah, yeah, I know I'm in the minority here) and causes me to mute the sound on my computer - was followed by Patty Griffin - whose music I love (and the fact that I can hear a deep track once/day from RP is one of my favorite things about RP).  A true lesson in "take the good with the bad".  Touche, Bill & Rebecca, Touche.

Oh - and thanks for adding "You'll Remember" to the rotation. 
Stefen
(West Hollywood, CA)
Posted: Jan 22, 2016 18:21
 

debobasu wrote:
A little flat at the end there... tarnishes the song a bit, no?

 
Not flat, just sublime.
debobasu
(Crossroads of LIFE!)
Posted: Dec 22, 2015 9:12
 

A little flat at the end there... tarnishes the song a bit, no?
Webfoot
(Eugene, Oregon)
Posted: Sep 28, 2015 17:14
 

8?!?!  What was I thinking?  The groove, the voice, the bass....10!
SoundThinker
(Denver, CO)
Posted: Oct 18, 2014 2:02
 

Just got home from seeing playing in a small venue this evening in Denver, CO at the Oriental Theater. What a wonderful show and I was dead center front row! Patty Griffin playing Mandelin
CoYoT51
(Reims, France... then Lima, Peru.)
Posted: Oct 08, 2014 18:10
 

 shellbella wrote:
Amazing.....

 
Wrote it right!
hayduke2
(Southampton, NY)
Posted: Aug 07, 2014 6:44
 

Cheers Sloggydog!  You are an intelligent soul, Tam's loss

Love Patty 
Webfoot
(Eugene, Oregon)
Posted: Jul 24, 2014 15:50
 

 Sloggydog wrote:
I think we all have that one relationship when you first fully open yourself up and it breaks your heart for the first time.  Though we may never fully recover from that it is no reason to hold it against the person.  It becomes a part of your character.  I was such a twat when it happened to me.  Indulgently wallowing in the pain.  I wanted to be mature about it and remain friends and such but I had no control over the intensity of my emotions.  I desperately tried to recover what I had lost and all it served to do was to prolong my pain and to smudge the memory of the beautiful time we enjoyed.  It took so long before I could look back and smile that I had lost touch with the girl and could never express my regret for the way I acted.  I have tried once or twice since, mostly when drunk and online, to make contact and just say essentially that I am sorry for what happened and I can now look back and smile.  I'm smiling now Tammy.

Do you know I think this song may just have struck a chord with me? 

 
Apparently.  Thanks for sharing.
Sloggydog
(UK)
Posted: Jul 16, 2014 8:53
 

I think we all have that one relationship when you first fully open yourself up and it breaks your heart for the first time.  Though we may never fully recover from that it is no reason to hold it against the person.  It becomes a part of your character.  I was such a twat when it happened to me.  Indulgently wallowing in the pain.  I wanted to be mature about it and remain friends and such but I had no control over the intensity of my emotions.  I desperately tried to recover what I had lost and all it served to do was to prolong my pain and to smudge the memory of the beautiful time we enjoyed.  It took so long before I could look back and smile that I had lost touch with the girl and could never express my regret for the way I acted.  I have tried once or twice since, mostly when drunk and online, to make contact and just say essentially that I am sorry for what happened and I can now look back and smile.  I'm smiling now Tammy.

Do you know I think this song may just have struck a chord with me? 
LizK
(West Florida, where the gators roam)
Posted: Nov 27, 2013 21:14
 

And this is a good example of why we have Thanksgiving.
oldfart48
(B.C.)
Posted: Nov 21, 2013 22:26
 

 calypsus_1 wrote:

Patty Griffin by Chelsey Engel Photography
http://www.flickr.com/photos/chelseyengelphotography/

Patty Griffin closed the Pittsburgh Three Rivers Arts Festival on Jun 13, 2010. 

© All rights reserved.



  what more could you want?


oldfart48
(B.C.)
Posted: Nov 21, 2013 22:21
 

 rspauldi wrote:
White-girl soul.

 
goddess,  no shade...............( nice chevy too )