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||Posted - 02/04/2012 : 19:37:10
When Jordan was ill he still played the drums as most know and there was a song he use to play and also he would play it in the car.
Now time after time i would hear it when he was in the car and i really wanted to smash the cd up and the words hurt as i know he was going to died and he never. I also can remmeber coming out of the hospital with more bad news and some how we acted as if everything was fine as he never wanted to know again this song would be playing.
After he died i looked everywhere for it but there most but over 1000 cds upstair but today one of my students came with a cd and the first song he play
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||Posted - 02/04/2012 : 21:00:13
Music is powerful stuff Kev. I can't imagine how you and Fiona cope.
||Posted - 02/04/2012 : 20:53:01
Stay strong, Kev - he had you, his mum, his drums, his mates and music.
that's good stuff to have around you - it would have made me happy, I'm sure it did him too.
||Posted - 02/04/2012 : 20:26:44
Fiona seems to think he know he was dieing i am not sure its really hard to figure out may be its was just a song he liked but the words are so strong i just don't know.
I hope he never know as that was what he wanted but how do you keep it from him we cried upstair and played xbox down.
Think it just hit me tonight.
||Posted - 02/04/2012 : 20:21:05
Don't know what to say Kev....
So how do you feel about the song now? Do you hear it in a different way now, more as a happy reminder or do you still wanna smash the CD to bits?