History Heartwarming / TomWaits

17th Mar '15 9:10:09 AM Patachou
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* "You Can Never Hold Back Spring" from "Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards". (something originally written for one of Roberto Begnini's movies).

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* "You Can Never Hold Back Spring" from "Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards". ''Music/OrphansBrawlersBawlersAndBastards''. (something originally written for one of Roberto Begnini's Creator/RobertoBegnini's movies).



-->There's a place on my arm where I've written her name next to mine / See, I just can't live without her...

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-->There's --> ''There's a place on my arm where I've written her name next to mine / See, I just can't live without her...''
15th Dec '14 8:04:15 AM Patachou
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* "All the World is Green", a beautiful love song to an unfaithful wife right in the middle of his bleakest album.
* "You Can Never Hold Back Spring" (something originally written for one of Roberto Begnini's movies).
* "Jersey Girl", written for his wife:

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* "All the World is Green", Green" from ''Music/BloodMoney'', a beautiful love song to an unfaithful wife right in the middle of his bleakest album.
* "You Can Never Hold Back Spring" from "Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards". (something originally written for one of Roberto Begnini's movies).
* "Jersey Girl", Girl" from ''Music/HeartattackAndVine'', written for his wife:



* "Come On Up to the House". At the end of ''Mule Variations'', one of his darkest albums, this song dispels the gloom with a sincere encouragement to not wallow in self-pity.

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* "Come On Up to the House". At the end of ''Mule Variations'', ''Music/MuleVariations'', one of his darkest albums, this song dispels the gloom with a sincere encouragement to not wallow in self-pity.
9th Oct '14 8:38:56 PM BrainSewage
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* "Come On Up to the House". At the end of ''Mule Variations'', one of his darkest albums, this song dispels the gloom with a sincere encouragement to not wallow in self-pity.
26th Nov '12 11:42:30 AM beergood
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** Pretty much all of his not-in-obvious-character love songs over the last 30 years are about her, which becomes even more heartwarming when you know that he pretty much credits her with saving his life (or at least his liver).
-->There's a place on my arm where I've written her name next to mine / See, I just can't live without her...
28th May '12 11:38:56 AM lipranzer
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* "Jersey Girl", written for his wife:
-->''You know she thrills me with all her charms''
-->''When I'm wrapped up in my baby's arms''
2nd Apr '12 11:52:31 PM hotrods4ben
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* "All the World is Green", a beautiful love song to an unfaithful wife right in the middle of his bleakest album.
* "You Can Never Hold Back Spring" (something originally written for one of Roberto Begnini's movies).

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