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    Mr. Midnight

    I don't know about all of you, but now that I've been listening to "Scarecrow" for about 5 months now, "Mr. Midnight" has become my favorite track on the CD. Originally I didn't think much of the song in comparison to most of the other tracks, but it is now my favorite one. I mean they are all great, but you know what I mean!

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    That one didn't stand out for me the first time either... I never disliked the song, it just wasn't one of my faves. Then, one day was listening in the car and it just clicked. Must've been my mood or something!

    Jody

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    Oh! that is definitely my favorite track on the C.D. as well.

    I felt the same way in the very beginning but it didn't take long for me to really listen to it and I have been hooked since!!

    It's something about his voice in that song that's just so poignant and it kind of draws you in but, it also leaves you wanting more!
    I know that may sound a little crazy but that's just how it makes me feel!

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    Re: Mr. Midnight

    Originally posted by Original-GB-Fanatic
    now that I've been listening to "Scarecrow" for about 5 months now,

    WOW, I can't believe its been that long...it seems like just yesterday.


    allison.

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    The very first time I listened to it, I got chills and it made me cry. In fact, last night I asked my estranged husband to listen to it, (he's not a country fan at all), and he thought it was an awesome song.
    I've listened to that song at LEAST 100 times, and I still get the chills from it. And when the mood suits me, it makes me cry.

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    It got to me right away too! The line "I'm forever gonna be" kills me! The way he sings it just melts me!

    I would shear sheep in siberia with a remington to see him sing this LIVE!

    ~Ann~

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    Originally posted by Garth_FANtasizer
    I would shear sheep in siberia with a remington to see him sing this LIVE!

    ~Ann~
    ROFL...Ann, where do you come up with these???

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    It is, for me, the best song on the album. All the songs are great, but there's something about MR MIDNIGHT that makes you think of everyone that you've loved and lost.

    Just my opinion

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    Originally posted by DriftinAway
    The very first time I listened to it, I got chills and it made me cry. In fact, last night I asked my estranged husband to listen to it, (he's not a country fan at all), and he thought it was an awesome song.
    I've listened to that song at LEAST 100 times, and I still get the chills from it. And when the mood suits me, it makes me cry.

    Jillybean
    I have to agree with you, the first time i heard this song i have been hooked on it, it's my favorite song on this cd, i listen to it all the time. There have been many times where i have been in this situation, and it sometimes kills me inside.
    --Matt

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    I have always been in love with this song The line that kills me is when he says "when she SPOKE my name"...the way he says "spoke" just gets me! Ohhh I love it! What a great story!

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    whats a remington?

    This is a great song for sure!

    god and peace,
    Vanessa

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    Originally posted by Vanessa
    whats a remington?
    Oh dear, are those not in existence any more? Vanessa, that's a brand of electric shaver.

    Paula
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    LOL Paula I can always ask my dad thanks for the help

    god and peace,
    Vanessa

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    Great song.

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    It's one of my FAVORITES too!! They all give me the chills though!! His voice does that to me everytime!! Love that voice alot!!!!!!!!
    Donna
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