The Bon Jovi song that changed my life
I’ve been on this blog for the past eight years, but I can’t remember when I first learned about Bon Jovis song “Tik Tok,” which was written for the 1989 film “Titanic.”
I can remember hearing it at a birthday party in high school, and the feeling of the song is still hard for me.
The song was about a young boy who, after a bad experience in the world, decides to return home and spend his days in a secluded island.
“Tek Tok” is about a man, who is stuck in a life of solitude and isolation after losing his family.
It’s a story of the loneliness of isolation and the joy of reuniting with your family.
I think I first heard it in the mid-90s.
That’s when my friend and I were working on a documentary about the life of the American singer/songwriter/producer Frank Sinatra.
My friend was writing a song that he wanted to write for the movie, but we were unable to do it.
Frank Sinatras music video for “Ticket to Ride” was the one we decided to make.
We made the video in two weeks, with a lot of time for editing and it took us nearly two years to get the video done.
We did it on the spot, but it was a long time before we were finished.
I remember watching it for the first time, and being very emotional.
I had a hard time getting over how much of my life had been changed by the song.
After the film, I learned more about the song and was able to listen to it.
The video is about the man who, for some reason, had lost his family and had to go back to his hometown to stay with his mother.
It was really hard to watch the video because I was thinking that I’d never see him again.
But the song changed my whole life.
It changed my relationship with my father.
It made me feel more like an adult and more connected to my father, who was very distant to me.
I became a father myself, and that song changed the way I thought about my dad.
I can’t even think about the songs I like now without thinking about how that song made me want to do what I was doing at that time.
I was living in a big house with lots of space, so I was always looking for places to take the kids.
I would walk around with my mom, but they were always going to be in the basement.
It took me a while to realize that I could be more independent and have more fun.
I’ve learned that if you don’t want to be a parent, you have to choose to do something that is not your life, and not your job.
So, when I saw the video for the film that made me realize I wanted to become a parent again, I thought, “Why not go back there?”
That’s what I did.
I started a career as a singer and producer, and I moved back to New York City to work on my film.
I took my wife and kids to Disneyland, and we watched a lot.
I went back to my home town, where I’d been growing up, and started to get my life back.
I was so inspired by the video.
I really felt that it was my life that was changing.
I couldn’t wait to tell my children what my life was like, and what I wanted them to know about me as a person and as a father.
I wanted their story to be like mine.
I had a lot to learn, but the most important thing is that I started being a better person.
It just took me years to realize it was possible to be successful in life.
When I went to college, I wanted so badly to be able to help people.
I didn’t realize how much work that would require, but when I started doing that, it was all worth it.
I feel so lucky to have been a part of all the great things that have happened to me over the years.
I don’t think anyone can ever take me for granted.
I’ve been in and out of jail a few times, but never in jail with a kid.
I haven’t had a single child.
I am a single parent and my kids have been with me for 17 years.
The only time I’ve had to work full time was when I was in a foster care program.
I know that I have made mistakes.
I know that life is tough, and it is.
But I also know that people will judge me on those things.
I hope that the movie will give me hope.
I will never be able, ever, to erase what I’ve done, but hopefully that song will help me find happiness.
I have no regrets.
I’m going to do everything I can to make it all right, and my children will be able know that they have a family and a home.