Rolling Stones Songs about CFS

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by kholmes, Apr 9, 2006.

  1. kholmes

    kholmes New Member

    Wild Horses Couldn't Drag Me Away (literally)
    I Can't Get No ... Sleep
    Jumpin' Jack Flash (yeah, right!)
    Gimme Shelter (and Social Security)
    Time is on my Side (but not much else is)
    Start Me Up (and I'll stop right away)
    Let's Spend the Night Together (on second thought, how about just an e-mail?)
    I See a Red Door and I'm too tired to Paint it Black

    I'll stop now...

    Kholmes
  2. OptimusUndead

    OptimusUndead Member

    thats awesome (^_^)
  3. Cromwell

    Cromwell New Member

    63 and running all over the stage like a wild thing-seems all those drugs, booze women and song did him no harm to speak of!!!!


    Love Anne C
  4. RockiAZ

    RockiAZ New Member

    Boy oh boy - did I need a laugh this morning and this is it! Very touching also. I can see this thread going on and on and on with songs.... great thread!

    Live, Laugh, Love,
    Rocki

    (trying to think of a song, but can't seem to see through the fog this morning....I may be back though)
  5. sisland

    sisland New Member

    Hi all
    I love all them songs and on a good day can also sing some of them tooo! lol

    the one that comes to mind right away is " I can't get no satisfaction" I've tried and i've tried and i still can't get no satisfaction!! want to get better and go back to work like everyone eles...................................:)
  6. wildflowers2

    wildflowers2 New Member

    thank you for all the chuckles......

    dont stop write more they were GREAT!!!!




    Let's Spend the Night Together (on second thought, how about just an e-mail?) ** I loved this one***

    Gimme Shelter (and Social Security)
  7. RockiAZ

    RockiAZ New Member

    Hey Kholmes! Just got to thinking (dangerous!) maybe you can start a "FM/CFIDS Movies" thread next... like:

    "The Fog"
    "The Forgotten"
    "Frequency"
    "Enough"
    "Misery"
    "Rundown"

    Okay..... I'll stop.... sorry, just couldn't help myself!

    Oh, BTW - I am STILL laughing at this one "I See a Red Door and I'm too tired to Paint it Black"... it's kind of like "I see my dishes in the sink and I'm too tired to do them"

    Have you thought of any more songs?

    Live, Laugh, Love,
    Rocki

  8. windblade

    windblade Active Member

    Loved this thread! Gave me a great laugh.
  9. mme_curie68

    mme_curie68 New Member

    Let me throw out
    "The Lost Weekend" (Too Beat To Get Out of Bed)

    "Mission Impossible" (3 loads of laundry, One Afternoon)

    "Mission Impossible 2" (Scrub Toilet AND Clean Cat Box in One Fell Swoop)

    "Mission Impossible 3" (Gaah! Easter Brunch with My Family Then Dinner with DH's).

    "Watership Down (here on the ground, I'm just resting...)

    ; )
  10. wildflowers2

    wildflowers2 New Member

    ALl of you should ban together and write a book.....

    remember the pet rock? Youd could make a mint...

  11. RockiAZ

    RockiAZ New Member

    These are so very funny you guys!

    Great Stephen King titles! So fitting...how about these by Dean Koontz:

    "Forever Odd"
    "Phantoms"...the pains & symptoms that hide from others
    "Midnight"...time to go to bed or get up - again
    "Strangers"...code name for "normals" (although I don't use that term, just sounded fitting for this one)
    "Twilight Eyes"...need I explain?
    "The Mask"...we wear to hide our pains
    "Fear Nothing"...how we try to deal with our DD

    Okay, so these weren't so funny, but seemed fitting.

    To Kholmes...thanks again for starting this thread (even though it took a turn) - humor is a terrific way to get through the day!

    Live, LAUGH, Love,
    Rocki
  12. LittleBluestem

    LittleBluestem New Member

    Cream:
    In a white room with black curtains at the station.
    Am I coming, am I going, why am I here?

    America:
    I've been through the dessert on a horse with no name,
    It felt good not to have to remember what it was.

    The Byrds:
    Hey Mr. Medical Man, find a cure for me,
    I'm so tired and my brain won't do what I want it to.