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Chapter 24: Like A Sad Song

Chapter 25: Sad Songs (Say So Much)
Chapter 23: Thank You For Being A Friend
Chapter 25: Sad Songs (Say So Much)
Like A Sad Song by The Beach Bears by MaxDeGroot

Icon by Ralph Hayes, Jr. Full image can be seen here
"She cried and ran...I don't know why..." by MaxDeGroot

Backing Track by Rocky Mountain Players and purchased on iTunes. Original song written and sung by John Denver.

Stargazer reveals why he always seems so sad.

This chapter was based on an earlier recording I had done for Christmas, the year before, "Another Old Lang Syne". If you know the song, you can tell. But it made sense. I needed something to explain why Stargazer sounds so good singing sad songs. Oddly, this chapter prompted Adtuna1192 (also known as Wolfteller) to say that Stargazer needed a girlfriend. He then designed Sara Goodall, and The Courtship Of Stargazer was begun. I had no intention of marrying him off, when I started this project, but often, songs and characters lead you in directions you never intended at the beginning.

male 654,418, bear 24,545, drama 2,236, john 1,088, college 999, audio 725, folk 103, denver 37
Type: Music - Single Track
Published: 7 years, 9 months ago
Rating: General

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6 years, 2 months ago
Do you believe that love comes once in a lifetime?
6 years, 2 months ago
Personally, I believe you can learn to love anyone. Those who are hardest to love are trying hard not to be.
6 years, 2 months ago
I see. Thank you.
6 years, 1 month ago
Love comes many times in a life time, and in many ways. True love comes atleast once in a lifetime. If your extremely lucky more than once.

But I do believe that there is that once in a life time love that comes along and you either hold on to it with all your heart and soul, or you let it slip through your fingers. Which you do, more often then not, depends on whether or not your recognise it when it comes along or only as it slips away.
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