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Subject: The Saddest Song Ever Written
From: GUEST,Sinsull
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 08:24 PM

This group justs loves to wallow in death and despair. We killed off at least eight people at "Hearme" last night. So here is your chance to get it all out of your system. Give us the saddest song you have ever heard. Or create it. I am debating between "The Baggage Coach Ahead" and "Only Me". "Old Shep" doesn't count. Have fun... I guess.


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: GUEST,EJ
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 08:37 PM

Massacre (Ballad of) Glencoe


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Hagbardr
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 08:38 PM

The Pub with No Beer!

Hagbard


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Mbo
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 08:40 PM

I'm not sure about the song version, but Eileen Ivers playing "The Dear Irish Boy" is enough to break your heart. I think the saddest song ever is gotta be a toss up between "Unbreakable Heart" by Carlene Carter and "These Dreams" by Jim Croce.

--Mbo


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Hotspur
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 08:42 PM

"There Were Roses" always makes me cry...


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Amos
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 08:45 PM

And what exactly is wrong with "Old Shep", I'd like to know??


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Callie
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 08:51 PM

Almost Blue -Elvis Costello


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Mbo
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 08:55 PM

"A Love So Beautiful" by Roy Orbison...

--Mbo


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: GUEST,Sinsull
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 08:55 PM

Amos - I grew up on "Old Shep" and love it - or him, whatever. I just thought it was too obviously the saddest song ever written and had to be eliminated from competition. I can't sing it without snivelling. Also, I just had to part with a beloved cat. Too close to home.


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: GUEST,Timbrel
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 09:05 PM

OK folks...easily the saddest song I'VE ever heard is "Kilkelly." I heard it for the first time on the radio one long-ago night when I was far away from my family and feeling lonely anyway...by the end of the song I was choking back tears, and when I sing it to people who have never heard it, they do the same.

"The Dutchman" is also particularly touching to me.


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: GUEST,Tay
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 09:09 PM

Gordon Bok's "Schooner Ellenmore" is my nomination. Another sad one is "Battle of Shiloh Hill".


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Midchuck
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 09:29 PM

In Heaven There Is No Beer.

(sometimes called No Beer In Heaven Polka)

Peter.


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: SINSULL
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 09:40 PM

Gee Timbrel, you should have been here last night. You could have heard a live performance. Caitlin's song prompted my inquiry in the first place. Still think motherless babies are sadder than homesick immigrants.


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Mooh
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 09:43 PM

Kilkelly Ireland, and Brothers In Arms (Dire Straits)

Peace and tears, Mooh.


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Uncle_DaveO
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 09:49 PM

The Letter Edged in Black. (I'm showing my age, I guess.) From the same era, "Please, Mr. Conductor."

"He Won't See His Mother When the Work's All Done This Fall."

Wow! I could go on and on, I think!

Dave Oesterreich


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Kelida
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 09:58 PM

Any sort of instrumental dirge.

Fallen Flowers--by I can't remember who. Steve McDonald maybe? I think that's his name. . .

Molly Malone (knowing that there are some people who just hate that song)

Fiddler's Green--don't know why, but I just think it's sort of sad

Lara's Theme--makes me want to cry (or learn balalaika)

Foggy Dew--the song about the battle, not the other one

Danny Boy

Scotland the Brave

Actually, there is a lot of music that makes me cry--don't tell anyone, but I really am sappy deep down. . .

Peace--Bridget


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Mbo
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 10:07 PM

Roisin Dubh makes me cry--especially when the Dubliners play it...

--Mbo


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: kendall
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 10:15 PM

The Band Played Waltzing Matilda. also, Old Gilbert. a song about a man who lost his love to another man, then while he was drunk, they impounded his dog and put it to sleep. He didnt know, so, spent the rest of his life looking for it. The verse that gets to me is.."then, someone found him dead one day 'neath a table in a pub, with a collar and a chain clutched in his hand. Mr Bojangles isnt exactly a pick me up!!


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Amergin
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 10:21 PM

Faded Coat of Blue Carrickfergus Christmas in the Trenches Any song about homesickness, because I am constantly homesick for my home in North Idaho, even though I only live a ten hour drive from it. The Highwayman And the list goes on.


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: SINSULL
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 10:32 PM

DOESTERR - "PLEASE, MR. CONDUCTOR" = "THE LIGHTENING EXPRESS"? AND AM I THE ONLY ONE WHO SOBS THROUGH HALF OF "SONGS OUR DADDY TAUGHT US"?

FADED COAT OF BLUE, THE LETTER EDGED IN BLACK, SOMEBODY'S DARLIN'

EXCUSE ME. I AM GOING TO GO UP MY PROZAC DOSAGE.


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Mrrzy
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 10:46 PM

Well, I'd been thinking of putting this into a Thought Of The Day thread, but didn't want to bum EVERYBODY out. I might be guilty of Thread Creep, but I figure that people reading this one are probably willing to think sad thoughts... Anyway, here goes.
17 years ago today, the US embassy in Beirut was carbombed, killing about 70 people. 17 of them were American. Fewer than a handful were military. One, not one of the soldiers but one of the Americans, was a USAID employee, a Quaker, and my father. I wish someone would write a song about that.


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Mbo
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 10:53 PM

They are still remembered, Mrrzy. In my hometown, we have a memorial for those 70 who were killed. The azalea bushes surrounding the memorial were beautiful...a bittersweet scene. There are 70 pear trees lining the main road through town--one tree for each person who died that terrible day. The trees have survived 17 years worth of hurricanes...some lost branches...others had to be replaced...but they're still there, reminding us of the terrible price they paid. I think about them everytime I drive past...

--Mbo


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Night Owl
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 10:53 PM

"Lilac Bush and the Apple Tree"-Kate Wolfe; "Show Me The Road"- Bill Staines. (At least for this moment in time....)


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: JamesJim
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 10:57 PM

"Old Blue."


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Mrrzy
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 11:13 PM

Mbo, where do you live? I've never seen ANY memorials to this one, and I'd really like to. It would be comforting.


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: SINSULL
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 11:18 PM

Mrrzy, I had forgotten. I won't ever again.


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Mbo
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 11:20 PM

Jacksonville, NC. We have a Beirut Memorial. Flags go up by each tree every Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Veteran's Day. A lot of the Marines who were killed were from Camp Lejeune.

--Mbo


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Mbo
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 11:21 PM

The memorial has these simple heart-breaking words on it: "They came in peace..." Mrrzy, it's making me cry too now...

--Mbo


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Robo
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 11:28 PM

As my brother Clifton has already noted elsewhere, "Desperados Waiting for a Train," plus "Randall Knife" and "Let Him Roll," all by Guy Clark, plus "My Old Man" by Steve Goodman.


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Mrrzy
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 11:29 PM

Crying is good. The bombing that killed Dad was the one in April, not the one in October (later) that killed all the Marines. I am impressed that you have memorials for both, the one killing mostly civilians got swept under the rug pretty fast...or is it a more general one to the entire terrorism decade (as I think of it), beginning Nov 1979 when the Teheran embassy was taken over, and mutating in the early 1990' between the World Trade Center bombing? After that, we started growing our own, viz. the OK City bombing, whose anniversary is tomorrow.


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Mbo
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 11:35 PM

It kinda is sorta angled a bit more towards the October bombing, but it actually honours ALL the Americans killed in Lebanon from 1982-84.

--Mbo


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Sorcha
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 11:40 PM

Oh golly gee. Kilkelly, Silver Haired Daddy, Randall Knife, Christmas in the Trenches, too many


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Mbo
Date: 18 Apr 00 - 11:44 PM

Anachie Gordon


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Petr
Date: 19 Apr 00 - 12:02 AM

I would say Kilkelly Ireland also.

I am sorry for your father Mrzzy and for all those killed in those incidents. But if they came in peace, why did the US bomb the Shouf mountains in Lebanon from the coast an event that preceded the bombings. I also think the US


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Mbo
Date: 19 Apr 00 - 12:10 AM

Uh-oh...

--Mbo


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: GUEST,JenEllen
Date: 19 Apr 00 - 12:44 AM

'Live Long Day' for lovesick blues
'Feed Jake' for the dead pet sobs
'Red Headed Stranger' something about being 'wild in his sorrows' that does it every time
And most recently 'Last Trip Home' for sad finality
~Elle


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Song Dog
Date: 19 Apr 00 - 01:42 AM

The saddest song I know is "Mamie". I sang it a couple weeks ago only 3 or 4 listeners. Iv'e never seen it in print or met anyone who knew it I learned it from my dad many years ago. I love the sad ones the best, but I always hesitate to sing them . Im afraid they will bum everyone out. I promised to get it to Max as soon as I can get it on disc so he will have the tune also. I,ll have to do it again sometime.


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Mark Clark
Date: 19 Apr 00 - 02:34 AM

The discriminating lover of sad songs might like to read through The Saddest Song of All and The Saddest Song of All--Part II. These earlier threads covered a lot of really sad territory.

      - Mark


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: GUEST,Mrr
Date: 19 Apr 00 - 10:42 AM

No biggie, Mbo. However, Petr, the bombing in April killed mostly diplomats, who had come in peace (I almost typoed piece! Ew!), and --to a much greater extent-- local office workers just trying to have jobs. Anyway, at that time, "peace" had been "declared" by the US government, and civilians like Dad were taken from their other posts if a) they spoke French and b) had no dependent children. I (the youngest) finished college midyear, got my degree in February, and the very next week they transferred Dad, who was in the Housing and Urban Development office of the U S Agency for International Development (AID), not in the military. They took everyone off danger pay, and dropped the barricades. Luckily for my family, the terrorists bombed the Embassy so soon after the restaffing that Mom hadn't finished packing out of Bangkok yet. In fact, I didn't even get the postcard that said that Dad had arrived in Beirut, and was eagerly awaiting Mom, until after they found his body, which wasn't right away. And I didn't have my graduation ceremony until the month after he was killed. But since this particular bombing was out of the news pretty quickly, and the subsequent one killed upwards of 300 Marines, I can see why you'd have the impression that people there were not there for peaceful reasons. I agree with what I think you say, that the death of military personnel in wartime, which this is even if undeclared (viz. the much more recent African bombings of US Embassies) is not the same type of tragedy as the death of civilians on peaceful missions in war zones. Especially when said civilians had actual assurances from the people sending them that they were not, in fact, war zones.


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Kelida
Date: 19 Apr 00 - 11:25 AM

"My Grandfather's Clock" Which I learned about 10 years ago, and it still makes me cry.

"The Highwayman" The poem, especially--not just the song version of it.

"For My Bride" as sung by Bob Ford on his tape Fiddler's Green.

"Old Blue"

"Heavy Horses" by Jethro Tull--I'm a big fan of horses, and the thought of some horses not being around anymore jusst breaks my heart.

"Too Old to Rock and Roll" also by Jethro Tull--kind of a tragic song. . .

Most songs about war make me sad because I'm a pacifist and I don't actually believe in violence towards anyone, so of course I think war is one of the worst things ever created by humans because it hurts EVERYONE. Especially songs about the innocent bystanders in war--the children.

Peace--Bridget


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: SDShad
Date: 19 Apr 00 - 12:51 PM

"No Man's Land" by Eric Bogle is up there ("Willie McBride," "The Green Fields of France," depending on who you ask)

"Love, Reign O'er Me" by the Who

"The Needle and the Damage Done" by Neil Young

to name a few....

Chris


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Whistle Stop
Date: 19 Apr 00 - 01:26 PM

I can't pick the saddest -- there are so many -- but I agree with one of the folks above that "Almost Blue" by Elvis Costello is in the running.

But "Love, Reign O'er Me"? I always considered that song to be about rebirth, redemption, trancendence -- not sad at all, in my opinion.


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Clinton Hammond2
Date: 19 Apr 00 - 01:29 PM

Here's my question... Where's all the great contemporary folk music that's happening these days in this list?????

Most of the stuff listed here, my MOM would call old fart music! Not that there's anything wrong with being an old fart.. I'm saving mine up now, in a pickle jar under the stairs!! LOL!!

John Gorka, James Keelaghan, Lui Collins, Don Ross, Garnet Rogers, Ferron, Liz Sarapheanos, Connie Caldore, Stephen Fearing, Alex Houghton, Lenny Gallant, Blackie And The Rodeo Kings... ect ect ect...

Just to name a few...

{~`


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Sorcha
Date: 19 Apr 00 - 01:37 PM

OK, then, how about Heart of the Appaloosa, by aileen and Elkin Thomas? It's about Chief Joseph, and how the heart of the appaloosa will never die.


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Sorcha
Date: 19 Apr 00 - 01:41 PM

Lyrics here,, srooy, thought Elkin wrote it, but it's copyrighted to Fred Small.


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: SINSULL
Date: 19 Apr 00 - 01:46 PM

My Grandfather's Clock's sentimental value was lost when my brother removed the letter"L" and did a parody.

Clinton - How much time do you spend under the stairs with your jar? I'm worried.


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: kendall
Date: 19 Apr 00 - 01:53 PM

How about Dave Malletts song..You say the battle is over, you say the war is all done, go tell it to those with the wind in their nose who run from the sound of the gun, write it on the sides of the great whaling ships, on the ice flow where concience is tossed, with the wild in their eye it is they who must die, it's we who must measure the loss...........It's a protest song about the killing of whales, seals and other animals..powerful..


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Dave (the ancient mariner)
Date: 19 Apr 00 - 02:02 PM

I have thought long and hard about this and decided that the winner in my opinion is, Pie Jesu, from Requiem by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Although this was dedicated to his father, the Pie Jesu was inspired by reading a newspaper article (cannot remember if it was Vietnam or Cambodia) A young boy was given the option of killing his sister and joining the soldiers or dying with her. He chose death with his sister. Arguably it could be considered a triumph of honour and good over evil. However, it is one song that I am unable sing because it makes me cry; and I consider it the winner for this reason. Yours, Aye. Dave


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: SDShad
Date: 19 Apr 00 - 02:26 PM

Whistle Stop--

I guess for me "Love, Reign O'er Me," taken in the context of the whole of Quadrophenia, has always seemed to me to be more about the wanting for "rebirth, redemption, trancendence", the gaping emptiness where the album's protaganist can only seek for them, than anything else. Uplifting in a sad way, or sad in an uplifting way, as Townshend so often accomplishes.

All a matter of perception, I guess.

Chris


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Subject: RE: BS: The Saddest Song Ever written
From: Petr
Date: 19 Apr 00 - 04:44 PM

I feel I should explain what I started to say, my server cut me off yesterday. The Embassy bombings were a tragic and cowardly act (Im certainly not taking their side). Terrorists often target peaceful civilians as well as military. The US did become involved however when the navy shelled the Shouf mountains (I dont think you can call that a peaceful act) By doing so they put their own citizens at risk and subsequently were unprepared for the suicide bombings (who is). Anyway I didnt want to turn the tragedy of your fathers death into a debate but I think the US govt was unprepared and failed to appreciate what they were getting into and the consequences of that shelling of the terrorist camps (the operation was called Reach Out and Touch Someone). Petr.


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