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Laura Pausini – Jamás Abandoné — I Have Never Stopped

 Again I find myself here on this stage, again I.
Again I find myself here because your Appointment now is equal to mine.

You have seen the day of my departure,
There is your poetry in my return
To be faraway has been an experience, however that may be.

     I have never stopped loving you,
I have never put away my thoughts about you.
I have never stopped…

I have looked for the beauty and found it deep in the simplicity.
I have looked for my past because they have told me they do it like this.

We all look for a good way
And we find it in other’s lives
And this night belongs now to us.

      I have never stopped loving you,
I would not give anything that there is not.
And to my way (to my way)…

I know well how much fantasy we want to leave,
It returns only going away.

Again I (again I)
Again you (again you)

There is someone who’s waited with open eyes And does not get lost any more
Not lose any more.

      I have never stopped loving you,
I have never put away my thoughts about you.
I have never stopped…

I am like that…
You have asked me “come back”, while I was already here.

Laura Pausini – Bastaba – “It Was Enough.”

A smile in return to a smile,
It was enough.
A room for two and no any gold altar –
It was enough.

In a room of one European hotel
It could be possible to continue talking or joking
Or exchanging a slap in the face of reconciliation.
The one who surrenders, wins, he is offended and tells it

How have we come to wish to each other a lot of bad, I don’t know,
How have we let ourselves say that everyone does what he can?

The walking in the center of the city in clear midday,
It was enough,
To foreseen your boredom, to settle scores with the hate,
It was enough.

To do without good manners which make confused and steel the space and depth,
And to throw each other under ice water and to accept that all passes.

How have we come to wish to each other a lot of bad, I don’t know,
How have we let ourselves say that everyone does what he can?

How have we driven each other, you and me,
How have we let ourselves say that everyone does the best for himself,
It was enough.

To tell everything,
Even if after you understand a little what you’ve told,
To chew words, to remain in vertical,
It was enough.

This night is opening my eyes and looking at us,
It sees the poor caresses of the war.
This night is opening my eyes and looking at us,
It sees the silver tears which are falling down on the ground.

How have we come to wish to each other a lot of bad, I don’t know,
How have we let ourselves say that everyone does what he can?
(It was enough)

That everyone does what he can,
(It was enough)
It was enough,
It was enough,
It was enough.

Remember, how much it was enough,
It was enough, x2

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Wow.  Just about the best harmonies ever.  Before autotune and effects.  Nice analog recording.

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These guyz are sum of the best in terms of grooves.  Lyrics could be better but….

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Love this woman’s style but I cannot understand the lyrics, damnit!!

 

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Someday addiction will be treated as a very dangerous disease.  Maybe not in our lifetimes.  Sad and unnecessary.

Coroners report that pop legend Houston died from accidental drowning in her hotel bathtub after taking cocaine. Grammy-winning pop legend Whitney Houston died from accidental drowning in her hotel bathtub after taking cocaine which could have triggered a heart attack, coroners said.

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Why can’t folks suffering from inherited addictive brain disorders and this mental illness get proper medical treatment!?   They are either glamorized, exploited or criminalized.  Addictive brain disorders are an inherited illness like any other.

Another common mistaken idea — if going to treatment once worked, the person isn’t that sick with the disease!  duh.  Good for GA to keep trying.

Addictions want one thing and on thing only — everyone dead!

Gregg Allmann publishes a memoir

Today’s New York Times reviews Gregg Allmann’s new autobiography, My Cross to Bear. Reviewer David Kirby gives it a qualified thumbs-up, but is horrified by the drugs and drink ingested by Allmann and his band-mates:

At the height of their success, the band members walked onto the jet they’d just acquired to find “Welcome Allman Bros” spelled out in cocaine on the bar. Yet there’s none of the Dionysian cackling you hear below the surface of “Life,” Keith Richards’s monumental recounting of the Rolling Stones’ story. And while “My Cross to Bear” isn’t the most degrading account of a musician undone by narcotics (that honor belongs to “Three Dog Nightmare,” by the former Three Dog Night frontman Chuck Negron), Allman reckons he went into treatment 18 times before getting clean. (more…)

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