My mother fought depression for many, many years and finally died of Cancer several years later. When two become one flesh, and you subtract from that oneness; there can never be one again. Louis Park, MnEven though a lot of people don't like the song, I liked it. Just remembering seeing my dad cry when he heard that song within the first year after my mom died makes me weak. I've lived with major depression for many years now and have been on medication because of it for nearly twenty years.
I was 11 when this song first showed up on the radio and it hit me like a ton of bricks, and my eyes moisten every time I hear it to this day. Sue from Charleston, I agree with your comment and hope you find your special guy. He died of a heart attack on November 19, 1992, Age 52 in Nicholasville, Kentucky. I'll hold on tight cuz I know we'll get by. I think this song is a beautiful story of a pure relationship and it really makes me sad that so many people are tainting it by saying she was depressed and other people making jokes about the song in general. One day you were not at home While I was and all alone, the came Guess you it of me To the way I did that day, it was a shame.
And the truly tragic part is that for all his flaws, he's not a monstrous sociopath or anything. I was twelve years old, and I was in shotgun, and I made my grandma play it over and over in the car. And he still hasn't figured out that she planted a manchineel tree. Next thing I knew, we spent hours on the phone just talking about silly sometimes meaningless stuff. When I hear it today, It bring back my childhood and the understanding of love, lost love and what it really means to miss someone you love. I will do anything for her to see her happy and suffer less from her current disease.
His wife commits suicide to escape her poisonous marriage and her depression. I would also suggest you spend less time reading between the lines and actually read the lyrics. And honey, I miss you too And I know you're good And I'd love to be with you If only I could. I found myself crying, just hopeing and wishing. See the tree how big it's grown But that it hasn't been too long, it wasn't big You at me and I got mad The day that I planted, it was just a twig. Larry Henley had said that he had just heard this nice new song that Bobby Russell had played for him. At the time it was at 17 on Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart; the week before it was in its second week at 11, which was it peak position on the chart.
And one day she simply ran away, leaving me and our surviving kids behind in shock. I get chills just thinking what that story was telling us. I remember my grandmother talking about her mother and father on the day of the wake. Yes, I lost two girls, dear to my heart - accidents. Thinking back her answer was even stranger as she told me honey passed away with cancer.
Or they despise it for being saccharine, cloying and generic. I try to think of it as I am 981 days closer to being with her again. Later, she becomes a teenager, learns to drive and wrecks the car, reacting very emotionally. Many winters come and go. I'm tryna stand tall but end up breaking down. When you want a cry it's great to listen to. I agree, I would love to have this kind of dedication to me as well! Yes, you were young at heart Kinda dumb and smart and I you so You me with a puppy Kept me up all Eve two ago.
And the song is about deep regrets and mourning. But not everyone shares the same experience, and what one person gets from a certain lyric can be much different depending on those experiences. Like Pink Floyd, The day the Panzers broke free. This song hits me hard, I only listen to it alone. He truly loves honey, don't you think? Honey I Miss You Video: See the tree, how big it's grown but friend it hasn't been too long it wasn't bigI laughed at her and she got mad, the first day that she planted, it, was just a twigThen the first snow came and she ran out to brush the snow awaySo it wouldn't dieCame runnin' in all excited, slipped and almost hurt herselfAnd I laughed till I criedShe was always young at heart, kinda dumb and kinda smart and I loved her soAnd I surprised her with a puppyKept me up all Christmas Eve two years agoAnd it would sure embarrass herWhen I came in from workin' late 'cause I would knowThat she'd been sittin' there and cryin'Over some sad and silly late, late showAnd honey, I miss you and I'm bein' goodAnd I'd love to be with you if only I couldShe wrecked the car and she was sadAnd so afraid that I'd be mad but what the heckThough I pretended hard to beGuess you could say she saw through me and hugged my neckI came home unexpectedly and caught her cryin' needlesslyIn the middle of a dayAnd it was in the early Spring when flowers bloom and robins singShe went awayAnd honey, I miss you and I'm bein' goodAnd I'd love to be with you if only I couldOne day while I was not at home while she was there and all aloneThe angels cameNow all I have is memories of Honey and I wake up nights and call her nameNow my life's an empty stage where Honey lived and Honey playedAnd love grew upAnd a small cloud passes overhead and cries down on the flower bedThat Honey lovedAnd see the tree how big it's grown but friend it hasn't been too long it wasn't bigAnd I laughed at her and she got madThe first day that she planted it, was just a twig. Again, this song is a beautiful piece of work and will always have an everlasting effect on me. It reminds me of my mother who died in 1983, of friends who died long before their time, and of my great-grandmother every time I look at the white birch tree she planted in the 60's.
It's fascinating to me now that all of these people writing in think that she was suicidal and that she was crying because she was depressed. My youngest daughter died in several seconds due to an accident. I want a open up, but you don't give me a chance. And this song was written before hospice became a fixture in communities. If you don't love me then I accept that.
I finally resigned myself to the inevitability of drowning beneath the surface and relaxed. He recounts things that you make evil. I remember the first time I ever heard it. . Your always in my heart and you'll always remain.
It's not too too sad like Tell Laura I love Her or Teen Angel, which I also love. I really miss you, when I still believed you. The chords provided are my interpretation and their accuracy is not guaranteed. What song from this generation tells a very poignant love story like this in Honey? My sister died of cancer and never told us, her siblings, just how sick she was. Had Honey been sitting there watching Happy Days or Gilligans Island, I would be much more worried about her mental state than her crying over something that was intended to make emotional people cry.