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8 The Message m for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana -- On The Record-- OUT OF TEARS I can't feel/Feel a thing/I can't shout/I can't scream/Breathe it out/Breathe it in/All this love/From within Loosening the grip of hurt REFRAIN I won't cry/When you say goodbye/I'm out of tears/I won't die/When you say goodbye/I'm out of tears/Out of tears I won"t drink/I won't eat/I can't hear/I won't speak/Let it out/Let it out All this pain/From within/And I just can't/Pour my heart out/To another living thing/I'm a whisper/i'm a shadow/But I'm standing up to sing REPEAT REFRAIN Let it out/From within/Some you lose/Some , you win/I can drift/I can dream/Til I float/Off your screen/And I just can't/Pour my heart out/to another living thing/I'm a whisper/i'm a shadow/But I'm standing up to sing REPEAT REFRAIN Written by Mick Jagger/Keith Richards I / Sung by Rolling Stones By CHARLIE MARTIN Copyright (c) 1994 by Protone B.V. Who are the greatest bands of the rock era? No matter how long or short your list of answers to that question, it's likely to include the Rolling Stones. They've been record- ing for about 30 years and at the time of this writing are making their epic "Voodoo Lounge" tour. Off the CD by the same name is their recent chart hit "Out of Tears." The song's short, crisp lyrics describe a man trying to face the loss of love in his life. Apparently, he's already been through so much sorrow that "I won't cry when you say goodbye," for "I'm out of tears." He feels "all this pain from within." Yet, he can't pour his "heart out to another living thing." His only release is "standing up to sing." This last phrase reminds me of the power of music to bring healing into our lives. Even when difficult feelings seem overwhelming and end- less, music can often reach into our pained hearts and begin to lift us out of the hurt and de- pression. As a counselor in a parish, I try to help peo- ple get through significant losses in their lives. When I ask them what they could do to provide P temporary relief for their hurt, listening often mentioned. The style son to person, but there is something about that eases life's pains. When talking with these people, I also else might help. I often encourage people to ment with different activities. Sometimes the can channel one's attention in a new ( from hurt feelings. Keep in mind that emotions come in you can get through the most intense tional upheaval, maybe with some hobby or rectO" ation, you may be able to get through a day. Then ! day at a time you can build momentum in getting past your loss. I also suggest that you share your feelings God. God is prepared to walk with you fear, sadness, hatred or anger that you vite God to be your ally and friend. Certainly there can be times when a persori so much hurt that he or she is, of tears." There are no magic ways to heal pain' we can start the process of loosening our hearts and begin renewing our lives. (Your comments are always address: Charlie Martin, RR 3, Box 182, port, IN 47635.) At the movies: Current reviews NEW YORK (CNS) -- The following are capsule reviews of movies recently reviewed by the U.S. Catholic Conference Office for Film and Broadcast- ing. "Disclosure" (Warner Bros.) With his computer firm on the verge of a crucial merger, a troubled family man (Michael Douglas) jeopardizes the deal and his job by bringing charges of sexual harassment against his new boss (Demi Moore), a manipulative former lover out to destroy his career while en- hancing her own. Director Barry Levineon makes slick entertainment out of corporate backstabbing while reducing the painful subject of sexual harassment to the level of glossy escapist fare. Re- strained depiction of a near-se- duction scene, verbally graphic 6 to 9 p.m. 00as[ern Time flail mile of luminaries No phone calls please L / ] a -!  I .............. KREMPP LUMBER CO. 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The U.S. Catholic Conference classification is O -- morally offensive. The Mo- tion Picture Association of America rating is R -- re- stricted. "Nell" (20th Century Fox) A woman (Jodie Foster) liv- ing completely on her own in a remote wilderness area of North Carolina and speaking what seems only gibberish is terrified when discovered by a caring physician (Liam Nee- son) who, with the help of a re- search-minded psychologist (Natasha Richardson), tries to communicate with her and pre- I I MILLER & MILLER . ",4 family name you can trust" 424-9274 I Medical Arts Pharmacy 3700 Bellemeade Avenue Phone 477-1532 Donald Gutzweiler City-Wide Delivery I Ul FAMILY ; : i!iii:i/i ill'i! i I I I I PAUL'S PHARMACY Paul Mayer, Owner 2107 W. 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"Nobody's mount) Quirky story set upstate New corrigible aging Newman) looks after former grammar teacher (Jessica starting to build a l, due relationship tranged son and though romanticslly by the neglected wife Griffith) of his con# company boss Writer-director juggles nearly a town relationships ism and humor in' small in scope heart as it explores hope and the sibility of pers0 Some partial references and language. The Conference III  adults. The ture Association 0 rating is R