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Wednesday, October 1st, 2008, 11:17 am

Slipping Through My Fingers

I watched the film Mamma Mia a couple of days ago with my 12-year-old sister. it was only then that I discovered this song, which dates back to older days — prior to my birth.

So, the song now reminds me of my little sister. I too will have children when I grow older, but the lyrics can be generalised to other family relationships.

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3 Responses to “Slipping Through My Fingers”

  1. wispygalaxy Says:

    I like this song, too! It’s nice how you have a good relationship with your little sister. My youngest sister is 15, and we get along okay. We do have arguments over who gets to use the bathroom mirror first in the morning LOL.

    ~wispy~

  2. Site Administrator Says:

    Ha! :-) So it’s not just me liking this song then.

  3. wispygalaxy Says:

    Hehe :D

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