Monday, November 16, 2015

ATF: Dynamic Duos 2

This series will include as many of my all-time favorite (ATF) tunes as I can get my grubby little hands on (so to speak).  Now, each one included in each edition will have some connection with the other—albeit only as a figment of my imagination, but they will not be numbered.  For I just cannot bring myself to rate some higher than others.  So, this will not be a countdown, but if you are enjoying them as much as I do, it won’t matter.  Besides, with no countdown, this could go on forever and ever!  Oh, and despite the fact that there is absolutely no way your musical tastes could be as exquisite as mine, I welcome any suggestions you might dare to make.  For I am, after all, quite magnanimous by nature.



Close My Eyes Forever
Lita Ford and Ozzy Osbourne
Baby
I get so scared inside
And I don’t really understand
Is it love that’s on my mind
Or is it fantasy

Heaven
Is in the palm of my hand
And it’s waiting here for you
What am I supposed to do
With a childhood tragedy

If I close my eyes forever
Will it all remain unchanged
If I close my eyes forever
Will it all remain the same

Sometimes
It’s hard to hold on
So hard to hold onto my dreams
It isn’t always what it seems
When you’re face to face with me

You’re like a dagger
And stick me in the heart
And taste the blood from my blade
And when we sleep
Would you shelter me
In your warm and darkened grave

If I close my eyes forever
Will it all remain unchanged
If I close my eyes forever
Will it all remain the same

Will you ever take me
No I just can’t take the pain

Would you ever trust me
No I’ll never feel the same

Oh

I know I’ve been so hard on you
I know I’ve told you lies
If I could have just one more wish
I’d wipe the cobwebs from my eyes

If I close my eyes forever
Will it all remain unchanged
If I close my eyes forever
Will it all remain the same
Oh yeah

Close your eyes
Close your eyes
You gotta
Close your eyes
For me



Meet Me in Montana
Dan Seals & Marie Osmond
Wrote my whole life down in a notebook
Songs about you and me
I've been singing to every soul in Tennessee
Nobody seems to listen
No one ever smiles the way that you do
So I guess you'll never hear me on the radio
I'd give up this crazy dream of mine
To hold you once more

Won't you meet me in Montana
I want to see the mountains
In your eyes
Oh Oh
I've had all of this life I can handle
Meet me underneath that big Montana sky

I left home for Hollywood
Looking for a part to play
Well you always said I had such a pretty face
But I guess I'm not that pretty
'Cause no one looks at me
The way that you do
Well you'll always be a movie star to me
Darling now I guess it's time that
I let go of that dream

Won't you meet me in Montana
I want to see the mountains
In your eyes
Oh Oh
I've had all of this life I can handle
Meet me underneath that big Montana sky

Well we're stuck here in these hills
That they call mountains
But Darling back home in your arms
Is right where I wanna be

Won't you meet me in Montana
I want to see the mountains
In your eyes
Oh Oh
I've had all of this life I can handle
Meet me underneath that big Montana sky
In Montana
I want to see the mountains
In your eyes
Oh Oh
I've had all of this life I can handle
Meet me underneath that big Montana sky
In Montana…

Lyrics From: [eLyrics.net]

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8 comments:

  1. I like the pictures used in the video for Meet me in Montana. Those are some views

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, my dear Ann!!! Yes, Montana has some quite spectacular views, and the people up there are generally rather interesting. For the vast majority of the ones I have actually had some dealing with were either one of the best friends or worst enemies I ever had from the instant we first met. Yeah, it was probably just me. Sigh.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, my dear Martin!!! I am glad you enjoyed this.

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  3. Great songs I especially like the last one. I remember May Osmond and her brothers. Great to see these old times back

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, my dear Marja!!! I am sorry to prove just how much of a male chauvinist pig I can be, but Marie Osmond is a whole lot more attractive to me when she is singing and not voicing her opinion like she has on stuff.

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  4. So that's what Ozzy looked and sounded like back then. Wow.

    Things were different in the 80s.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, my dear Susan!!! It you want to be truly shocked, look up what he looked like during his Black Sabbath days in the 70s, Even my wife has to admit that he was plumb pretty.

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