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|It's amazing given his life that he made it to 81. Hell of a singer, hell of a life.|
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|"He Stopped Loving Her Today" is the greatest sad song ever written. No one could sing it like him. Although I'd love to hear Tom Waits give it a try.|
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Originally posted by Matt Tracker
"He Stopped Loving Her Today" is the greatest sad song ever written. No one could sing it like him. Although I'd love to hear Tom Waits give it a try.
I think that both "The Grand Tour" and "A picture of Me Without You" give that song a run.
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|When I saw him perform a couple years ago, it wasn't great. But as I said there, he was a legend, and "Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes" is especially relevant today.
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