#1
amazing song
really beautiful
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written for his 4 year old son that fell out of the 53rd story window of a new york condominium
R.I.P. Connor Clapton
#4
I could have sworn I hear than an eon ago.

Still...touching...I guess...

That kinda stuff doesn't really phase me, or make me feel sympathetic.


The story of Brandon Lee, however...
Wiki' him up.
#6
RIP?

1. he was ****ing four
2. it was years and years ago
3. everyone knows the story
4. your link doens't even work
#7
Quote by Josh McGlauflin

written for his 4 year old son that fell out of the 53rd story window of a new york condominium


Maybe he should've called it "tears in the courtroom" instead.
#8
Yeah, truly, we don't give a **** anymore.

May as well start a new thread:

- Hey guys,
Wasn't that guy in Tiannamenn [sic] Square inspirational?
LOL He wuz unblevable [sic].
#9
I heard they take your picture and ban you for life if you play Tears In Heaven at Guitar Center.
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#10
Guitar Center?

Is that an American place that sells guitars, possibly?

Go an find out if that rumour is true...
...I would.
#11
I honestly hate that song. I mean, what happened was sad and I feel sorry for Clapton, but the song is just unbearable. I find the sentimentality completely cloying, and it's a musical betrayal of everything he had done before. I see it as the watershed where Slowhand ceased to produce truly great music.
#12
that kid died like a badass. he doesn't deserve such an incredibly lame song.
#13
That Clatpon fella looks quite good. Wonder if he can play any Dragonforce.
Last edited by ClaptonWannabe at Oct 31, 2007,
#14
It's a good song. I love it, but I'm sure this isn't knew to everyone.
SPACE FOR RENT
#15
You get banned for life from GC if yo ustart playing Stairway to Heaven and Enter Sandman.

BTW: Anyone know where to get one of those "No Stairway to Heaven" Signs?


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