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>> ryan o'neal and ale mcgraw for the first time since love story. >> the audience murmurs. they remember us. >> ahead this "sunday morning," the love letter standing the test of time. c she writes the songs th many of the big e performers of our time want to sing much her name is diane warren. this morning she and lady gaga are talking with our ben tracy. >> you've worked with everyone, faith him christina ago layer i can't, celine dion. >> she is a song writing machine. >> you've been called the song whisperer, do you like that? >> i love that. i think i am. >> we sit down with songwriter diane warren talk about her new collaboration with lady gaga. >> i know i feel really and truly like i bared my soul.
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>> osgood: here's a question for loving couples to ponder. could anything be better than sex? anna werner has traveled to key west to find out. >> what could be better than sex? one restaurant may just have the answer. >> better than some sex that's for sure. >> unbelievable. >> later on "sunday morning." a restaurant with a tall order. c tracy smith talks love songs and more with singer chris iksaak. mo rocca takes in a first families' reunion. steve hartman visits the museum for two. here are the headlines for this sunday morning the 14th of february. 2016. president obama has ordered flags at half staff at federal buildings following the death of
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scalia. scalia, the leader of the court's conservative justices, died yesterday while at a texas hunting resort, of natural causes. he was 79. scalia is survived by his wife and nine children. more on his passing just ahead after a moment of silence to honor the late justice, the six remaining republican presidential contenders were back at it last night. the cbs news debate moderated by "face the nation's" john dickerson, saw clashes on a number of subjects. here's a sampling. >> well, donald trump is building a reality tv show, my brother was building a security apparatus to keep us safe. >> world trade center came down during - >> number of weeks now just been telling lies. ted cruz supported legalizing -- >> that is simply --
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that is simply -- ese attacks some of them are personal. i think we're fixing to lose the election to hillary clinton if we don't stop this. >> osgood: donald trump and marco rubio are john dickerson's guest this morning on "face the nation" along with democratic candidate bernie sanders. the magnitude 5.1 perth quake shook parts of oklahoma and 134 other states yesterday. the more frequent quakes have been linked to fracking in the region. hours later a 5.8 quake shook christchurch, new zealand. no reports as yet of major damage or injuries there. a weather-related chain collision on pennsylvania's interstate 78 left three dead and sent dozens to the hospitals yesterday. the highway was closed for hours. now here is today's weather. arctic air across the east is putting a chill on valentine's
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it's brutally cold, especially in the northeast. there's a chance of e and snow from minnesota to kentucky. tomorrow, more of the same. but warm and sunny as usual in the southwest.
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talk about to think that they might be gone. i don't want to think about that. so i want to do what i can to stop it. and i think we are, i think we are making progress. >> most agree progress was made at the global climate change conferencen paris l year. when representatives of 195 nations agreed, for the very first time to, lower planet-warming greenhouse gasses. in the meantime, the polar bears here, and all around the vast reaches of the arctic, will continue to do what they have always done. survive the best they can in whatever conditions are thrown their way. >> osgood: ahead. >> migrate, great grandfather was the first cousin. >> the ninth generation of
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obsessive love. all these years later songs about love still draw a crowd. tracy smith talks with chris isaak for the record. >> on a bone-chilling day in san francisco a few weeks back, hundreds of people stood in the cold just to see local boy, chris isaak, run through a sound check. the show was still hours away, but isaak was at his mellow melancholy best. i bet you never even know they do but somebody's crying >> for more than 30 years the 59-year-old singer has been making hits and breaking hearts. crooning about bad break ups and lost love with the signature
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elvis and all sexy. so many of your songs are about heartache. why is that? >> that's what brings out the mo emotion in this world. love or lack of. when you're heart's broken i think that's about as mostet says song,hi g 1989 single "wicked game" came to him one night in a flash. >> it was very fast i wrote that song. >> how fast? >> between the time i talked to a certain woman and hung up the phone and the time she rang the front door bell in the middle of the night. i had written that song.
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>> oh, my, goodness. you risked your life for that video. >> yeah. i learned something. just because there's a camera running doesn't mean you won't get killed. >> truth is not much scares him any more. chris isaak grew up on the tough side of stockton, california, the youngest of three boys. dad drove a forklift. mom was a factory worker who stretched every paycheck by shopping at the local thrift store. >> wasn't just going for fun we would -- that's where we got our clothes and we got everything. my grandparents grew up here. my great grandparents are here. and i don't know how -- usually in a town when you have somebody's great grandparents there, they own the town. in my town we managed to stay broke for generation after generation. i don't know, that was -- excuse me, one second. that might fit. >> try it. >> not me.
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>> he's worn a lot of different hats. in college he was an amateur boxer and made amateur music with a guitar his big brother, nick, had taught him to play. >> one night he says, teach me what you know. and i taught him everything i know. it took 15 minutes. >> those guitar lessons stuck. isaak has been touring since the '80s still plays every show like it's his last. he's taking a break for the occasional movie and tv role. including his own cable tv show. >> i'll be right back. adios. >> how close was showtime chris isaak to the real chris isaak? >> how close is bullwinkle to a
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>> spanned times when he's not singing for a crowd, chris isaak sings here. at his boyhood home in stockton. with his now 85-year-old mom, dorothy. >> then usually at the end she dances for quarters. >> he still comes home and does things around the house for you. >> cleans the yard. >> he cleans the yard? >> i miss that. that's true. >> when he's on the road you don't get that treatment. >> i'm a good yard worker. his own back yard is a few miles away in san francisco. yet his favorite surfing beach. >> how much time do you spend out here? >> i try to get out as often as i can. not like i'm a brain surge surgeon, i'm a songwriter, nobody needs me during the day. >> he is usually out here alone he's never been married but that doesn't mean he can't commit.
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guys in his band for something like 30 years. drummer kenny dale johnson never missed a gig until an illness nearly broke up the act. >> kenny got cancer he took off a little while and he's come back. there's happy ending to it. he's good. he's over it. >> cancer free? >> cancer free. >> that gets you. >> scares the hell out of me. >> turns out the great loves of chris isaak's life, besides his family, are his band mates. and the feeling that comes from singing his heart out.
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about how you guys wept out and played and some guy said, oh, yeast, that's chris isaak. >> that's a true story. >> what did you say. >> my brother said, girls turns to the guy says, that's chris isaak. the guy said, yeah, he used to be big. >> he used to be big. does that bug you? >> not at all. i think it's fun. it's funny. i'm not at all bothered, i'm really happy with the way my life has gone. >> because you joke -- don't want to tempt the gods down here because if they do they look, that guy, he's had too much luck. everything good here, boss. everybody good here. you look at other people, i'm doing great. >> osgood: just ahead,
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they sent one another over the course of 50 years. >> merry christmas and happy new year and much love. >> much love? much love? god, andy, how sexy. >> playwright ar gurney. if you think their relationship could exist today over text and e-mails? >> i don't think so. i don't think so. >> how is a letter written by e-mail different than a handwritten ink -- >> because it doesn't have the personal nature of the penmanship. it doesn't have the sense of thought, since when you're writing with a pen, you're thinking about what you're doing. >> handwriting, the smell of the page are very powerful essences for me. >> like poetry. and truth. and guts about feelings.
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justtude>> iuevday year. >>uwrot theook.>> was you to cyrano de bergerac who understood the power of words. >> the dear foolish words. that was you. >> love letters have long had special place in our hearts. but in this era of always on, instant communication, are love letters destined to go the way of the rotary phone. dennis depcik worries they are. he and his wife, maggie, were married for 41 years. shortly after she died, dennis found a mysterious box in the closet. >> i brought the box down and put it on the bed and opened it. and stood there absolutely stunned. in that box were all the letters that maggie and i had written to each other when i was in the
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there were 119 letters in that box. please don't apologize for not being able to answer all my lettersy want to you feel that you owe me a letter. i write you because i enjoy it, silly. and just seeing that handwriting and knowing that it was always there through our entire married life just brought her back to me. my hands were shaking. tears were rolling down my eyes. it was -- just amazing. >> patrick geraghty and christie da mel never wrote letters to one another but that didn't stop their romance from blossoming. when it came time to find a gift for the couple's first anniversary, patrick got creative. >> full history by text. >> patrick printed those text messages and had them bound in a hard cover album. thousands of messages chronicling their entire
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first met to their first anniversary. >> this is two weeks in. you're amazing. how do we manage this. this is so unreal. then you can retain me. we said that, that's so embarrassing. >> is that something important to you that you have this concrete thing now? >> i think so. i think it's a nice little history, especially, one day when we're not here you know our kids have this -- they can kinda look back how mom and dad met and the conversation, is that they had. some of it, but -- >> maybe not all of 'em. >> no. >> even if writing love letters is going out of style, love letters, the play, seems as popular as ever. in the 5 years since it first appeared on broadway, it's been staged hundreds of times in more than 40 countries.
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this month. o'neil and mcgraw returned to harvard. >> remember us?whtherletheyfaorplay t med fein >> i like to go to the movies rather than watching it on my laptop. >> speaking to students, some still glued to their smart phones, they made the case for the old-fashioned way. >> only with letter writing could it be communicated, i don't see how you could text this story to each other. >> this letter, which i'm writing with my own hand, with my own pen in my own penmanship comes from me and no one else. >> i don't think they're going to go away. i don't think as a decades accrue that there are lot of people who really are going to put that time in. but there are some of us. >> you can tear me up and they me out or keep me. and read me.
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want until you die. >> oh, boy, andy. love melissa. >>osod: next, steve hartman
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>> osgood: we celebrate love in any number of ways. steve hartman takes us to a museum for two. >> around starkville, mississippi, retired mail carrier charles evans is known mostly for his questionable taste in lawn furnishings. but i came here for something undeniable beautiful. >> the man with the plan. >> charles met his wife louise back in 1949. >> when you looked at her it was like electrical shock. >> really?
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>> to charles true love is so powerful nothing can stop it. >> it's a big four letter word. >> nothing. which is why after she died in 2011, after 60 years of marriage, he decide a grave marker wasn't enough. that their love deserved more than a monument, what their love needed was a museum. and so, in a little outbuilding built just that. >> this is our memorabilia area. >> inside he's got the shoe shine stand he was working at when he met her. he's got all the music they used to dance to. and got four walls packed solid with pictures, documenting every significant occasion. lunch. >> and most every insignificant. need goes to say he doesn't get
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fine by charles. >> the last dance. >> you get the sense he almost enjoys his alone time more. on slow days he slow dances with louise. i guess i'm trying to relive our life, wouldn't you think? >> maybe. >> it's so hard to -- it's not a suffering memory, it's a beautiful memory. >> sometimes people try to tell charles to move on. but in his mind, why would you want to make a bunch of new memories when the old ones are still so good. >> yeah, she was lovely. that's a beautiful picture there, too. >> osgood: still to come,
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grammys nor 2009 hit "bad romance" come tomorrow night's grammy awards here on cbs a new song is in contention, song with words and music by diane warren she writes the songs that people remember. and talk about. ben tracy tells us more. >> lady gaga p. her haunting new song at billboard's recent women in music event. till it happens to you >> "till it happens to you" is about surviving sexual assault. it was a work in progress by legendary songwriter diane warren for the documentary "the hunting ground" about rape on
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but when gaga came on board she wanted to make the song even more powerful. >> the melody was beautiful but maybe it didn't go to the place that i felt that it needed to go for it to, at the end, arrive in a fry um pant place. >> you wanted this to be epic in the end. >> till it happens to you, happens to you. happens to you >> that's a warrior singing that. that's a warrior. that's a warrior. till it happens to you >> the song is deeply personal to to both women because "it" happened to them. both of you have survived sexual assault. >> yeah. >> how emotional was this to record this song?
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and truly like i bared my soul. it wasn't until i am almost 27 years old that i didn't even acknowledge that this happened in my life. oh, yeah, that. >> both women say writing the song was a spiritual experience and it also led to a grammy and an oscar nomination. it is diane warren's eighth academy award nomination ina rkabee >> if i could turn back time. >> you may not know her name, you do know her songs. >> don't want to miss a thing >> diane warren has provided the words and melodies for some of the biggest voices in music. >> every time someone sings my song i'm excited, it sounds lot
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because i suck. >> i was here, i lived, i loved >> i know what my job s. i know what my gig is. my job is to write a great song. >> she is a song writing machine. warren has written more than 50 top 100 hits, 70 of them have cracked the top ten. you've worked with everyone, faith hill, christina ago layer i can't, celine dion. >> there is country people, pop people, r&d people. >> this is the studio? >> yeah. >> when we visited her studio she told us she writes at least one new song everywe. how many unrecorded hits do you think you have? >> lot. a lot. i really do. >> like hundreds, dozens? >> dozens. dozens. yeah. that are better than some of the songs that i've had hits with.
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>> yeah. >> her songs tend to touch on some common themes. >> how do i live without you >> associated with all these love songs. but romance is not your particular strong suit. >> no, i sleep with a cat. i do. i love my cat. >> that's very direct. >> i just haven't been like, in love like i want to sit and hear you breathe. i don't want somebody to hear me breathe, either, really? >> i could stay awake just to hear you breathing >> but it sounds good in the song. great opening live. like, i could stay awake just to hear you breathing. ew. >> her true love is her work. she's been writing songs since she was 14 while growing up in a suburb of los angeles. warren was always intrigued by
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valentine's day. last week for most people was the super bowl. but you say this week is your super bowl.% >> absolutely. >> because -- we just fit the theme of romance. >> because learn and dani johnson's romantic restaurant specializes in desserts. >> delicious. >> creamy, caramel and chocolate confections that just might be the best you've ever had. the same of your restaurant is -- >> better than sex, a dessert restaurant. >> and is it -- no. well, no. nothing some be. >> we did talk to some people here who said that it was better than some of the sex. >> oh, boy. >> it's a restaurant born out of
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len and dani met while working in the restaurant business then decided to open a dessert restaurant after dani made her husband an oreo cookie cake from scratch. what was his reaction when he tried it. >> his jaw dropped. he was silent, which is rare. he said the words, i'll never forget. if you dock this what else can you do? >> this is delicious. >> turns out, a lot. and in keeping with the restaurant's theme, these tempting trees come with names to arouse your interest. >> called the morning after? this is the come back truffle. >> when my red velvet seats cheese cake. >> i am a dark chocolate lover. >> this dark chocolate cake with chocolate filling infused with guinness stout proofed too irresistible not to try. >> oh, my. >> how long does it take to you make all of this?
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>> each valentine's day dani goes all out with a special dessert plate loaded with as many variations as you could ever want. appropriately named -- >> this is the nymphomaniac. >> it is. >> and it looks like a dessert lover's dream. >> thank you. >> it's a plate to share, we think. >> i have actually in years past had people finish it themselves. to each his own. whatever makes them happy. >> and why stop with dessert? here, even the wine glasses are dipped in chocolate. >> i'm not even a wine drinker and this is delicious. >> it seems people just can't get enough. better than sex has become so popular, johnsons opened a second restaurant in orlando in december. just try to resist, we dare you. the.
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>> osgood: we go now to john dickerson in greenville, south carolina. where he hosted also night's republican debate. for a look what's ahead on "face the nation." good morning, john. >> dickerson: good morning, charles. we're going to talk to donald trump and marco rubio about the
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on the democratic side, we'll talk to bernie sanders. >> osgood: we'll be watching. and next week here on "sunday morning." >> we see them relaxing and doing.
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monkey business in japan. >> osgood: we leave you this valentine sunday at pinnacles national park in california. where wild male turkeys are looking for love. captioning made possible by johnson & johnson, where quality products for the american family have been a tradition for generations captioned by media access group at wgbh >> osgood: i'm charles osgood please join us again next sunday morning.
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radio.ifafib-an irregular that may put you at five times greater risk of stroke they can pool together in the heart, forming a clot that can break free and travel upstream to the brain, where it can block blood flow and cause a stroke. but if you have afib that's not caused by a heart valve problem, pradaxa can help stop clots from forming. pradaxa was even proven superior to warfarin at reducing the risk of stroke, in a clinical trial without the need for regular blood tests. and, in the rare event of an emergency, pradaxa is the only oral blood thinner other than warfarin with a specific reversal treatment to help your body clot normally again. pradaxa is not for people who have had a heart valve replacement. don't stop taking pradaxa without talking to your doctor. stopping increases your risk of stroke or blood clots ask your doctor if you need to stop pradaxa before any planned medical or dental procedure. pradaxa can cause serious, and sometimes, fatal bleeding.
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and seek immediate medical care for unexpected signs of bleeding, like unusual bruising. pradaxa may increase your bleeding risk if you're 75 or older, have kidney problems, stomach ulcers, a bleeding condition, or take certain medicines. side effects with pradaxa can include indigestion, stomach pain, upset or burning. don't just go with the flow. go with pradaxa, the only blood thinner that lowers your risk of stroke better than warfarin and has a specific reversal treatment.
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>> dickerson: today on "face the nation," we're in greenville, south carolina. morning after what turned into a very raucous republican debate. >> let me just tell you this, jeb is so wrong. jeb is absolutely so wrong. >> great negotiator in -- this is a man who -- >> it was political slug fest at some point. >> why do you lie? >> donald adults learn not to interrupt. >> i know. >> the lines are very, very clear. marco right now supports citizenship for 12 million people here illegally. >> for number of weeks now ted cruz has been telling lies he lied about ben carson in iowa. marriage. he's lying about -- now he makes things up. >> dickerson: as six remaining republican candidates face off just week before the crucial
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