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    Glenn's most famous solo hits, "The Heat is on" and "you belong to the city" were on constant rotation on the San Diego radio stations in the mid 80s and Sea World played both songs every night in the summer for their after hours shows. And my grandparents (who raised my sister and I) got 12 month passes to the park, so so we went almost every night to the park. So when I was young, His music became a staple of my childhood. I don't have many fond memories of that time in my life, but the ones I do, are set to Glenn's music. That's the main reason why I gave my son the middle name of Glenn. Thank you for the memories, Glenn.

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    Unbelievable it's been 5 years...where did the time go. Thank you Dreamer and Soda for posting the photos and videos today! We love and miss you Glenn.

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    2020 was such a hard year, with terrible losses. The older I get, the more I appreciate the loved ones I still have, and more clearly see what a blessing those who have now passed on were to me. Glenn meant a lot to many people, and we are forever grateful for his positive impact on our lives. So much fond, yet sad reminiscing this day. Love you always, Our Glenn.
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    My Facebook memories reminded me of what today is. Six years.... where has the time gone? Glenn, you still live on your fans' hearts and minds. Your legacy and your music live on and will continue to do so.
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    It's been awhile since I've been here. I remembered Glenn today and had to come by. Miss him still.
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    Here's what I just posted on GlennFreyOnline's main page:

    Six years isn't some "landmark year" like five years but it doesn't matter. This day still hits hard.

    I just try to approach it as a day to remember not his death but his life, to remember what a special person he was, to remember how not only his talent but also his personal contributions made our lives better and made the world better.

    Glenn Frey will always be Part of Me, Part of You.

    Always in our hearts, Never forgotten

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    I decided that two of Glenn's lifelong friends could pay tribute to Glenn much better than I can. Therefore, I am reposting videos by Bob Seger and a video and poem by Jack Tempchin. We miss you Glenn.

    Bob Seger Forever Young concert tribute

    Bob Seger Glenn Song

    Bob Seger I Knew You When


    Jack Tempchin There's No Goodbye


    When You Lose Someone - Jack Tempchin

    One day we were gonna
    Sit on the porch
    And look out to sea
    And talk about the ups and downs
    Of things that used to be
    Cruising in our rocking chairs
    Faraway look in our eyes
    Remembering all the things
    That came to you and I

    Remembering puffy white cloud days
    Of victory rolling by
    And the whole world listening to us
    That's what came to you and I
    But you never know
    You never think
    That things will come undone
    I guess that's what happens
    When you lose someone

    The copper sun
    The pale blue sky
    I'm rocking all alone
    And looking out to nowhere
    Thinking of all that I've known

    Someone to share
    And be with
    Someone who knows your mind
    Someone whose been there with you
    That's what makes it all so fine

    Now I'm just an old man's voice
    Talking all alone
    Bout everything I had and lost
    And all that's been my own
    It ain't no good
    It don't seem right
    It really ain't no fun
    But that's what life has for you
    When you lose someone

    There always is a bright side
    That you can look on to
    But your never gonna see it
    If you don't see the dark side too
    There's an empty hole that just won't fill
    There's a mockingbird that just won't trill
    There's a dawn that never comes
    When you lose someone
    Last edited by Ive always been a dreamer; 01-19-2022 at 12:09 AM.

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    Glenn Frey 11/06/1948 - 01/18/2016

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    RIP Glenn. I can't believe it's been 6 years.

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    Thanks for everything, Glenn. With love.
    "Be part of something good--
    Leave something good behind."

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    I was looking on ebay and saw a photo from 1989 of Glenn and Cindy arriving at a Hollywood studio party. (I had seen it before). The clincher was a note on the back from the photographer. She said he was arriving with his date and made up her name (Cindy-Rella) Loved that man!!
    What a wonderful sense of humor he had! Pure wit! Another attribute we will always miss.





    Thanks for posting those beautiful tributes, Dreamer!!
    Last edited by FreyFollower; 01-19-2022 at 12:48 PM.
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