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The Message --for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana April! --- On The Record--- NOBODY KNOWS I pretended I'm glad you went away/These four walls/Closin' more every day/And I'm dying inside/And nobody knows it but me/Like a clown I put on a show/The pain is real/Even if nobody knows/And I'm crazy inside/And no- body knows it but me. The power of words By CHARLIE MARTIN i CNS COLUMNIST b,, Why didn't I say/The things I needed to . say,/How could I let my angel get away?/Now my world is/Just a tumblin' down/I can say it so clearly/But you're nowhere around. (REFRAIN) The nights are lonely/The days are so sad/And I just keep thinkin' about/The love that we had/And I'm missin' you/And nobody knows it but me. I carry a smile/When I'm broken in two/And I'm nobody/Without someone like you/I'm tremblin' inside/And nobody knows it but me/I lie awake/It's a quarter past three/I'm screamin' at night/As if I thought you'd hear me/Yeah, my heart is calling you/And nobody knows it but me. How blue can I get?/You could ask my heart/But like a jigsaw puzzle/It's been torn all apart/A million words/Couldn't say just how I feel/A million years from now/You know I'll/Be lovin' you still. (REPEAT REFRAIN) Tomorrow .norning/I'm hittin' the dusty road/Gonna find you wherever,/Ever you might go/I'm gonna unload my heart/And hope you come back to me/Said when the nights are lonely... P give excuses. Rather, own up to your (REPEAT REFRAIN) Written by Tony Rich Sung by The Tony Rich Project Copyright (c) 1995 by Otna Oundsa Music/ Stiff Shirt Music Inc. (BMI) "Nobody Knows" is a song that describes what a person is feeling inside. This individual hides his emotions from others: "The pain is real even if no- body knows, and I'm crazy inside, and nobody knows it but me." His girlfriend has broken off their romance. He laments this fact by saying: "Why didn't ! say the things I needed to say? How could I let my angel get away?" While the song doesn't specify what needed o be said, it does point to the importance of communicat- ing certain feelings. The following statements, when appropriate, help a relationship stay healthy and growing: 1. "I blew it!" This refers to honestly admitting mistakes. When your behavior hurts another, don't Express your sorrow, but even more the other how you will handle similar ......... ferently in the future .... . 9" 2. "What is your need in this situat10n.. don't assume what another wants in stances. This shows caring and about what another wants doesn't his or her request. However, it does assert ()ther's needs are of equal worth 3. "How do we settle this cot word "conflict" makes you admit that other person are not in harmony. truth fi'ees both of you from trying to problem with a false sense of peace. are helped by facing reality, even when then working toward creative solutions. : ' ': 4. "What I really like about you Taking a relationship for granted shared connection of love. One way to erosion of affection is to be you like and enjoy about your dating lems in relationships are inevitable, have to rob us of what we find positive Obviously, these statements are no to be said. Neither do these words aPP ly mances. For example, they can do wonders ing the connection between So whatever the relationships in e ower of to nurture them through th p (Your comrnetlts are always we dress: Charlie Martin, RR 3, Box 47635.) At the movies: Current capsule reviews / THE CATHOLIC II / COMMUNICATION III NEW YORK (CNS) -- The following are capsule reviews of movies recently reviewed by the U.S. Catholic Conference (USCC) Office for Film and Broadcasting. Ratings are also given for the Motion Picture As- sociation of America (MPAA). "Fear" (Universal) Manipulative thriller in which a psycho yquth (Mark Wahlberg) seduces a 16-year- old girl (Reese Witherspoon), then goes on a murderous ram- page when her father (Villiam Peterson) interferes. Directed by James Foley, the premise is ridiculously contrived in esca- lating threatening situations into the frightful scares of its absurd cliyaax. Excessive vio- lence, intense menace, graphic sexual situations, occasional profanity and recurring rough language. The USCC classifica- tion is O -- morally offensive. The MPAA rating is R -- re- stricted. "James and the Giant Peach" (Disney) A 9-year-old orphan living in England escapes two vicious aunts by magically entering a huge peach filled with six MUENSTERMAN'S FIRESTONE SERVICE, INC. 1400 W. Franklin Evansville, IN 424-5000 II I scrappy insects who become his adopted family. The peach soars aloft to transport them to a new home in New York. Di- rector Henry Selick creatively combines live action with stop- motion animation in a visually remarkable adaptation of Roald Dahl's 1961 children's story that may be too sinister and scary for the under.10 set. Fre- quent menace. The USCC clas- sification is A-II -- adults and adolescents. The MPAA rating is PG -- parental guidance sug- gested. "Kids in the Hall Brain Candy" (Paramount} Canadian comedy troupe brings its TV antics to the big screen in a half-baked spoof of a pharmaceutical firm rushing an anti-depression pill to market before testing its side effects. Directed by Kelly Makin, the i 00=.m,rll I 00liarmac7 ] Stratman's Pharmacy City-Wide Delivery 413 Locust Street John and Judy Stratman 425-5293 Oak Hill Pharmacy Prescription Specialists Hwy. 62 and N. Weinbach Ave. LARRY SCHULTHEIS, Prop. 425-4422 result is a hodgepodge of weak skits relying on males in drag, ludicrous sttuations and fre- quent bad taste. Sexual innu- endo, rear nudity, occasional profanity and recurring rough language. The USCC classifica- tion is A-IV- adults, with reservations. The MPAA rating is R -- restricted. "Mrs. Winterbourne" (TriStar) After surviving a train wreck, an unwed pregnant teen-ager (Ricki Lake) is mistakenly thought to be the widowed daughter-in-law of a wealthy matron (Shirley MacLaine) whose son (Brendan Fraser) promptly falls in love with his bogus sister-in-law. Director Richard Benjamin's sappy mis- taken-identity tale fills thi con- trived Cinderella story with cardboard characters and cheap Duncan's Riverside Pharmacy Bob and Norma Duncan Corner Riverside and Governor Evansville 422-9981 PAUL'S PHARMACY Paul Mayer, Owner 2345 W. Franklin St. 425-4364 Plaza Pharmacy" Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center Fast Prescription Service Ken and Rebecca Hacker 853-7141 sentiments. A live-in relation- The ship, fleeting violence, recur- parents are ring profanity and minimal that some rough language. 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