|She'd Kissed A Hero||fire737|
Dec 7, 2001 8:50 AM
|This is kinda off of the subject of cycling but have any of you heard the song from Kristy Jackson called She'd kissed a Hero. If not I think you should download it and listen to it. It is very touching. I guess Kristy is just a school teacher somewhere who wrote this song for the 9-11-01 attack. Since napster is no longer you can use either Grokster.com which is better than napster ever was or limewire.com which is o.k. to download the song. Let me know what you think of it after you listen. I guess the song is actually about Jeremy Glick who was one of the passengers who overtook the plane from the terrorists. Did any of you know of Grokster or Limewire?|
|re: She'd Kissed A Hero||metty108|
Dec 7, 2001 1:20 PM
|I use Grokster, it is totally awesome. I am able
to get some obscure tracks by bands off it. And
the authorities cant close it down either, wuhahahah
I tried Limewire for a while but was not impressed, I
found it hard to get a complete download. Yes Grokster
is the new napster.
|re: She'd Kissed A Hero||can'ttakeitnomore|
Dec 7, 2001 2:39 PM
|If there is anything this world needs, it has to be these syrupy, sappy, overly-emotive ballads that, by the awesome power of unabashed, shameless cheesyness, make a no holds barred attempt to make millions of dollars by exploiting the feelings of millions of simple-minded delusional robots who will buy anything if they are convinced it's something "sweet".
Well, that goofy act ain't playing here. I will not check out your sight and I will not buy any of these phony musical recordings. I will do my part that we never again produce another Lee Greenwood.
The last thing I need is another cheesy song that plays over and over in my mind as I ride my bicycle. There. Cycling content.
|BAWAHAHAHAHA! Amen brother! Good stuff! HA! [nm]||Ahimsa|
Dec 7, 2001 5:12 PM