Saturday, February 6, 2010

Soothe your troubles

Which is harder, to suffer pain or watch the ones you love suffer pain?

Yesterday I was listening to the music on my computer and I’d put all of the tracks into alphabetical order to make a change. Then this song from the Cranberries came up. I wasn’t really following the words, just listening to the voice and that wonderful Irish accent, it’s almost a hymn. So for the weekend I’m offering you balm for your troubled waters, something to soothe your pains.

Here are the lyrics anyway:

"No Need To Argue"

There's no need to argue anymore.
I gave all I could, but it left me so sore.
And the thing that makes me mad,
Is the one thing that I had,

I knew, I knew,
I'd lose you.
You'll always be special to me,
Special to me, to me.

And I remember all the things we once shared,
Watching T.V. movies on the living room armchair.
But they say it will work out fine.
Was it all a waste of time.

'Cause I knew, I knew,
I'd lose you.
You'll always be special to me,
Special to me, to me.

Will I forget in time, ah,
You said I was on your mind?
There's no need to argue,
No need to argue anymore.
There's no need to argue anymore.

Ouuu, ouuu, ouuuu...


caroline said...

I drink the juice but I had never heard them sing. Another group to listen out for, thanks Anji.

Caroline xxx

Jo said...

Well I HATE the juice but love the band ;-)

Beautiful, Anji :-)

Graham said...

Lovely song, Anji. Thanks for your kind words on my other presence.I don't really know why I separated them. Which bit do you mean by the 'proper writing?' I do lots of other stuff, most of it not on the Internet.
I like cranberry juice if it's mixed half and half with pomegranate juice.Too dry on its own.
All best wishes, Graham x

Ken Albin said...

Very nice! Thanks.

Anji said...

Caroline: We've only just started to be abble to buy the juice here. I love the singer's voice and accent, but I can't remember her name.

Josephine: I'm glad that you enjoyed it.

Graham: Thaznks for your visit. it was you that mentioned 'proper writing'. Now I've worked our who you are I love both/all of your blogs. Another recipe for cranberry juice to try...

Ken: it's great to see you again.

Graham said...

It was me, wasn't it? Perhaps I should get in the habit of remembering stuff that I've said...
Thanks again!