Originally Posted by libby74
I've had the same song stuck in my head since October of last year! No kidding. When my precious Belle was diagnosed with CRF last Oct. I had recently purchased a cd that I was listening to constantly. One of the songs on that cd was Enya's "May it Be" from the 1st Lord of the Rings movie. It seemed as if eveytime I was giving Belle her IVs or force-feeding her that song was playing. I lost Belle after just 4 weeks; I've only tried to listen to that song 2x since then, and absolutely sobbed each time. However, I go around the house singing it all day long. It's just a sad, sweet song & I can't listen to it without being reminded of my sweet Belle, and how awful it was to lose her. So why can I sing it without crying? A psychiatrist would probably love to get into my brain.
Wow, that is too sad! I'm guessing that when it is time, the song will leave you, and you will be able to think happy thoughts about sweet Bella!
I went to a bachelorette party this weekend, and as we left the club we had been dancing at, we were singing "Don't cha wish your girlfriend was hot like me!". My husband looks at me sideways everytime I sing it! LOL!