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  • kiteo

    Thanks for explaining the song for me.

    20 Jun 2013 Responder

    One of the greatest love songs ever written.

    16 Nov 2011 Responder
  • inyourpanorama

    Anyone else remember this from the movie "Paulie?"

    30 Set 2011 Responder
  • brittpinkie

    3 Jul 2011 Responder
  • algenon50

    another great song from Randy, the many that HE has wrote & sung faultlessly

    8 Jun 2011 Responder
  • ctd55

    A love song from a deeply, deeply flawed human being, and all the more affecting for that fact. The narrator is a relatively inarticulate, blubbering jerk who can't express his feelings without alcohol and can't rise above silly romantic cliches even with its help. He's staggeringly presumptuous, assuming that his love for her is enough to justify everything. And even the lengthy litany of his own failings doesn't seem all that sincere: it sounds more like self-pity than contrition. Still ... still, it's beautiful and (I think) heartfelt. "I'm dumb and I'm screwed up and I don't treat you right, but I love you"--what can anyone say about their feelings that's more honest than that?

    31 Out 2009 Responder
  • radiobitch

    You're the song that the trees sing when the wind blows...

    28 Set 2008 Responder
  • SNL_1st_Season

    This song was sung by Paul Simon in Saturday Night Live aired on Oct. 18, 1975.

    2 Fev 2008 Responder

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