This is not only my favorite Elton John song, but it's also my favorite song, period.I love the beginning, but that spot where the two songs come together sounds so good, I have to stop what I'm doing to focus on it.Never a big EJ fan, as a teen I bought Goodbye Yellow Brick road for the title song...hadnt heard Funeral/LLB until the first spin (yes it was on vinyl)...totally blew me away!!
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I asked my mom if she knew the song and she said yes and that it was a favorite of my fathers.
The song embodies what my wife's cousin did to her husband after 22 years of marriage.
On one of our early dates, this song came on the radio just as we pulled into the parking garage. I kept being late in the era when you had to clock on.
I was thinking how I would like to sit and listen when she said "Can we just stay here and listen to this song? I was absolutely floored by how much of a connection we had over this song, and music in general. Things were getting out of hand so I chanced explaining my addiction to my boss - relieved that it wasn't laziness, I think, he sided with me, understood, and kept me on. I've never heard it mentioned, but Love Lies Bleeding is the common name of a flower!
When the piano comes in all by itself at the beginning of LLB, that's the way piano is supposed to sound.
Then when Davey Johnston's guitar riff comes in, it just doesn't get any better than that for me.
OK, so I love this song, and I'll grant that I know nothing about music, but does this song sound to anyone else like Yngwie Malmsteen's "Cavallino Rampante" at approximately one minute in? It WAS released as a single in the UK (12" only) in 1978-9, as DJM (his old company) continued to cash in on old material from the days before Rocket Records was set up.
Again, I know nothing about music, and Yngwie's song is probably a cover, but something about the notes sounds to me to be quite similar. Elton's other long medley ("We All Fall In Love Sometimes/Curtains") was on the "B" side.
They carried it to the center of the stage where at the precise time a "body" sat up and continued to sing Love Lies Bleeding.
It was the perfect Halloween party.-Monk, Nipomo, CAI agree with Brad from Tennessee: the live version from Here and There is better. The double disk set which was released years later was remixed and the song suffers.
Synth player James Newton-Howard's scores pop up in about a hundred movies!