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This was unusual in itself as mum was a huge David Essex OBE fan, always listening to his Hair Up Scrubs On Time To Play Cards #nurselife Shirt and certainly never wrote diaries. Sadly less than 2 weeks later my mum passed away suddenly from a pulmonary embolism. We are still reeling 4 years on. But whilst planning mum’s funeral we discovered the brand new diary with ‘let her go’ inscribed at the top of the front page.
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It was a sign to us and so on the 24th June 2013, just 1 month after celebrating her 59th birthday and holding her new Hair Up Scrubs On Time To Play Cards #nurselife Shirt granddaughter for the first and only time we walked in to her funeral to the sound of ‘If I Could’ by Mr Essex and reflection music was ‘let her go’. On explaining the significance of your song in playing it st mum’s funeral the packed room were all silent in their grief reflecting and listening to your lyric. Whenever we hear this song….or any David Essex song it feels like mum is in the room with us.
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So thank you for your music and good luck in all you do. Five years ago! Time flies by so fast!! I’m still enjoying listening and coming back to this song after so many years !! There’s something special and charming in all your songs. Passenger is one of my best band since the release and my discovery of Your first album!! You deserve all the best, Mike! Keep it up .we enjoy your talent your lyrics your music your passion and your modesty.
Like so many others have said before me, you are a very remarkable performer who sings from the heart. The Hair Up Scrubs On Time To Play Cards #nurselife Shirt feeling you have for your music is shared so generously with others. Enjoy your break however long it may be and be assured we will all be here when you are ready to perform again. This is heartbreak, Mike! My one real desire is to turn a corner of the street and stumble upon one of your busking gigs. Years of this must have nonetheless taken a toll on you, but please do consider continuing to busk again, once in a while. And thank you for all the incredible moments of magic in your songs.