• I could give you a star, you could give me one too

    by  • August 18, 2013 • * Safe for Work *, Love - Pure and Simple • 5 Comments

    The fact that you acknowledged my presence made my day. That’s how pathetic I am. Yeah. For real.

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    5 Responses to I could give you a star, you could give me one too

    1. yek dui trin
      August 18, 2013 at 3:21 pm

      Titles a good song.




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    2. SJ
      August 20, 2013 at 3:17 am

      That’s not pathetic. For real.




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    3. Brie
      August 20, 2013 at 10:26 am

      I thought it was him, only to have my hope dashed.

      I’m glad you don’t think it’s pathetic, though. I would give anything for a kind word from him.




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    4. StarBrite
      August 21, 2013 at 10:00 am

      The candy or the kind above on a clear night? So far far away, shining bright yet still unnamed ?
      They always make one smile. I love stars

      I always thought this “Fun with Stars” idea was so unique.
      Everyone wants to give their beloved most of those twinkling stars.There’s even a way to officially
      name few of those star in her honor ! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚
      Yes; it lasts forever. It’s just one of the coolest surprise gifts I’ve run across.

      Here’s a song about stars and life by Sting.

      “I’m So Happy ” (That I…)
      Seven weeks have passed now since she left me She shows her face to ask me how I am
      She says the kids are fine and that they miss me Maybe I could come and baby-sit sometime
      She says, “Are you O.K.? I was worried about you Can you forgive me? I hope that you’ll be happy.”

      I’m so happy that I can’t stop crying
      I’m so happy
      I’m laughing through my tears

      I saw a friend of mine He said, “I was worried about you
      I heard she had another man, I wondered how you felt about it?”
      Saw my lawyer, Mr Good News He got me joint custody and legal separation
      I’m so happy that I can’t stop crying I’m laughing through my tears I’m laughing through my tears

      I took a walk alone last night I looked up at the stars To try and find an answer in my life
      I chose a star for me I chose a star for him
      I chose two stars for my kids and one star for my wife
      Something made me smile Something seemed to ease the pain
      Something about the universe and how it’s all connected…………….

      The park is full of Sunday fathers and melted ice cream We try to do the best within the given time
      A kid should be with his mother Everybody knows that
      What can a father do but baby-sit sometimes?
      I saw that friend of mine, he said, “You look different somehow”
      I said, “Everybody’s got to leave the darkness sometime”

      I’m so happy that I can’t stop crying I’m laughing through my tears
      I’m laughing through my tears I’m so happy that I can’t stop crying
      I’m laughing through my tears I’m laughing through my tears

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      Sting says: “The song started as a Rock song, but the lyrics just kept screaming out to be a Country song. So it ended up with 2 notes to the bar in the bass and evolved into a Country-Rock shuffle.” ( {eventually this was recorded as a duet w/ Toby Keith

      “The guy’s singing the song cynically at first, then while gazing up at the stars he has this revelation about all life being connected, that he’s supported by the universe.
      He continues to sing the song, but now he means it. His pain is gone.
      As a young man I was quite angry and bitter. I felt shut out of the world. So I can relate to younger bands making angry music with a lot of attitude, but my music has finally gone past that to the next stage. Not acceptance, but beginning to understand the cycles of life rather than getting caught in that loop of anger-of hurt, revenge, hurt, revenge.
      Like the guy in the song says, ‘Everybody has to leave the darkness sometime.'”
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      I’d like to get there. It’s been 8 monthcoming along, slowly but progressively.
      God Bless ‘ya Sara D.
      Wherever you are




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    5. Brie
      August 21, 2013 at 11:26 am

      I gave him a literal star. Though if given half the chance I’m sure I would give him the candy, too. πŸ™‚




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