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That is a wonderful video. I am going to ITunes and see if I can find Mile A Minute to download. What a great song. The two of you look so happy together, like you were meant for each other. It looks like you really had a lot of fun. I am just shaking my head at the beauty of all. Thanks so much for sharing.
The song is Mile a Minute by a Nova Scotia band called Sons of Maxwell. They were favourites of Andre and I. We had not heard that song until we went to a concert just a few months before he died. We bought the cd and, because of the nature of his heart condition, Andre would joke about how I made his heart go 'a mile a minute'. We had the cd in the car and he would sing it to me almost every day. I love it.
The only other song you may know is 'United Breaks Guitars' which was written by one of the brothers and has had a lot of media attention. The airline broke his guitar and refused to pay.
Thanks for the comments!
Ok, just watched this again. I still cried. This is so beautiful Stacey (((hugs)))
So touching, you two obviously just adored each other. Thank you for sharing this beautiful tribute to your love...and the song is so perfect. Who does the song, what is it? I wish you healing and again, thank you for letting us see the love you and Andre had. Brought a tear to my eye and a lump to my throat. Best wishes to you, Stacey.
What FUN!!! times you shared and both of you always smiling. Lovely video stacey.
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