Isn't it sweet?
October 26, 2012 9:35am CST
To be able to listen a song dedicated to us by our love ones. When you don't expect that the song is for you. Do you find it sweet when someone dedicate a song to you? Once you heard it you can always remember the one who dedicate the songs and recalled the time when it was dedicated to you. Have you ever dedicate a song to someone you love? And do you treasure those songs dedicated to you? As for me all songs my wife use to sing for me I treasure them all it may not be a themesong but it meant for the two of us.
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27 Oct 12
I will be overwhelmed when somebody dedicates a song for me. Of course that is a total effort and I'd love to hear those sweet music especially when it comes to my lover. Unfortunately, I never experienced to be dedicated a song and my boyfriend now is not that good in singing.heheh
26 Oct 12
Well, I, despite my 37 years, I want to be just honest even if it may be strange, but I have never yet been involved in a romantic relationship. By this I do not have a problem, well, maybe my intention at the time would be right to stay single forever! Which is why, just to stay on topic with your discussion, to me no one has ever dedicated a song! I imagine, however, that must be great to feel dedicate a song to a very special person for you!
26 Oct 12
I sure do. My son has done that for me several times. There is a mexican radio station here, thats let people email them requests. he knows I listened to it. So he emails requests from usa. I always know when its his dedication to me. Makes me feel so loved.
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27 Oct 12
My husband dedicated the songs "Come On Get Higher" by Matt Nathanson and "Hard To Love" by Lee Brice to me. I've dedicated "Nothing Left To Lose" by Mat Kearney, "Fall For You" by Secondhand Serenade, and "Chasing Cars" by Snow Patrol. I was so happy for the first time he sent me a song... The sweetest song Ive heard to dance romantically to, however, is "Dancing In The Dark" by Mat Kearney. It's a cover of the Bruce Springsteen song, but Kearney sets it to some VERY beautiful music - You should give it a listen (: