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Rest in peace, Robin Gibb. The Bee Gees co-founder died on May 20 at the age of 62 from cancer and intestinal problems.

Weigh in, G+: What was your favorite Bee Gees song?
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He's gone too son, jsut like the other Gibb Brothers. I love the Bee Gees. RIP Robin.
1979 ... Spirits Have Flown ... Tragedy ...
When the feeling's gone and you can't go on
It's tragedy
When the morning cries and you don't know why
It's hard to bear
With no-one to love you you're
goin' nowhere
When you lose control and you got no soul
It's tragedy
When the morning cries and you don't know why
It's hard to bear
With no-one beside you you're
goin' nowhere
When the feeling's gone and you can't go on

How Deep Is Your Love and Staying Alive .
RIP Robin! I’m one of the biggest Bee Gees fans of all times I just loved Robin, Barry and Maurice he has passed away also..I also loved their younger brother Andy he has passed away in the late 80's

The Bee Gees ruled the 70’s era! however these brother had a very “Soulful Sound” they were so unique defiantly one of the greastest groups of all times.

Robin you will be missed.
Steve K
Saved by the bell.
Too many Bee Gees songs to mention: Too Much Heaven, Saturday Night Fever, I Started a Joke, the First of May, Guilty, I just Wanna Be your Everything and Shadow Dancing(songs with Andy Gibb), Melody Fair, Jive Talking, Lovely Days, I've Got A Message To You, How Deep is Your Love, She Should Be Dancing, Nights on Broadway, Miracles Happen, Holiday, Emotions...
I also love the song Words, and Boyzone did a very good cover of this sing.
"How Can You Mend A Broken Heart."
Yes, +Carol Carter , "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart" is also my favourite song, I have too many to mention, look at my list.
I also love "If I Can't Have You" by sung by the Bee Gees or Yvonne Elliman, and "More than a Woman", The Bee Gees version or the other version by the Tavares, and "Tragedy"... The list goes on and on.
2012 Has been a yr of great losses and now another great loss in entertainment.. : ( My thoughts n prayers are with Barry and his family..
kings and queens of Disco dies in 2012 :(
Night Fever, More than a Woman, In the Morning, Guilty, Heartbreaker, I Just Wanna Be Your Everything
New York Mining Disaster 1941 - brilliant in it's simplicity.
"Tragedy" is my favourite Bee Gees song
"I've gotta get a message to you"
At my school talent show on Friday, "How Deep Is Your Love" and "You Should Be Dancing" were used in performances!

And the Bee Gees legacy lives on.
RIP Robin Gibb.
Qualitatively, the early songs where Robin's vocals were prominent, MASSACHUSETTS, I STARTED A JOKE, I'VE GOT TO GET A MESSAGE TO YOU, and NY MINING DISASTER were the most compelling. The pacing in the NIGHTS ON BROADWAY is amazing along with the interplay between Barry's lead vocals and Maurice's vocal counterplay. YOU SHOULD BE DANCING has to be one of the most well-produced and well-edited songs of the Rock/Disco era.

Robin's sad, pleading tenor vibrato still gives me chills.
They had so many great songs, Tragedy, ironically will always be my favorite. It has an amazing sound.
HOW CAN YOU MEND A BROKEN HEART .love the BEE GEES wtll miss you Robin,
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