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I begin dreaming (more than a feeling) 'Till I see Marianne walk away. I see my Marianne walkin' away [Verse 2] So many people have come and gone.
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"More Than a Feeling" is a song by the American rock band Boston. Written by Tom Scholz, out that the guitar chord progression of G-D/F#-Em7-D that follows the line "I see my Marianne walking away" also comes from "Walk Away Renee. Brad Delp, frontman of Boston and one of rock 'n' roll's greatest vocalists, committed suicide in his New Hampshire home one week ago.
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Watch Queue Queue. The track is now a staple of classic rock and in it was named the 39th best hard rock song of all time by VH1.
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The part "I begin dreaming till I see my Marianne walk away" I can't seem to wrap my head around. Does it mean that I keep repeating the.
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(more than a feeling) 'Til I see Marianne walk away. I see my Marianne walkin' away. So many people have come and gone. Their faces fade as the years go by.
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Your campaign's use of "More Than a Feeling", coupled with the representation of one of your supporters as a member "of Boston" clearly implies that the band Boston, and specifically one of its members, has endorsed your candidacy, neither of which is true.