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Steve Downey and Terry Farley pose for a wedding photo last March. They first met in high school, 44 years earlier. Aaron Benjamin hide caption

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Love, Lost And Found: "Things Just Fell Into Place"

Old high school sweethearts just happened to find each other on social media at the right time. Like a Cinderella story with a modern twist, the two reunite decades later.

This Valentine's Day, if you're feeling lonely, just remember: It could be worse. You could be the protagonist in a "splatter platter" love song — and, you know, probably dead already. iStockphoto hide caption

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Alternative Love Songs From The Teenage Tragedy Vault

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Animal Collective's new album, Painting With, comes out Feb. 19. Tom Andrew/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Animal Collective Walks In The Beach Boys' Footsteps (Literally)

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Love, Lost And Found: 'Things Just Fell Into Place'

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Genya Ravan (left) and director Chris Henry on the set of Rock and Roll Refugee, a new off-Broadway play about Ravan's early life in music. Shannon Rednour/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Genya Ravan, 'Rock And Roll Refugee,' Has Stories To Fill Two Lifetimes

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