Love Is In Da Blog :Song Lyric Sunday 3

For  Love Is  In Da Blog on Sunday  we join  up  with Helen Espinosa at This  life one  word at a time.

Just fooling around  with  Bee said : Sunday’s are of course reserved for her meme and as it is Valentine’s Day I suggest as prompt:

A song you connect with a loved one

It doesn’t need to be your boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, wife, fiance, fiancee. There are many sorts of “loved ones”: children, friends, aunts, uncles, grandparents… you get the gist.

However, you can do a song and the lyrics and connect with Helen’s Song Lyric Sunday.

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Okay  I  am being  greedy  now  but  here  is  is  another  love  song  special  to  me! It  is a love  song   to  the  partner  you  have lost,  those  who have  died  before  you wanted  them  too. I  weep  every time  I hear  it!

The  words  are in  the  video!




19 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Lori Carlson
    Feb 14, 2016 @ 16:08:34

    I love Alanis… beautiful song


  2. Bee Halton
    Feb 14, 2016 @ 18:31:22

    Thanks for sharing. I like some of Alanis’s songs some I don’t. Isn’t it ironic is one of my favourites but I have to make up my mind about this one.


  3. Lynz Real Cooking
    Feb 14, 2016 @ 20:22:41

    Thanks for sharing this willow! xx


  4. Helen Espinosa
    Feb 14, 2016 @ 23:47:11

    Such a great song Willow! And you are welcome to be as greedy as you’d like. I love your taste in music! 🙂


  5. prior..
    Jan 23, 2017 @ 12:17:01

    that Torch song is a great one – I have not really heard it all before – but I have some of her other songs and whew- love AM
    I can see why you like this song….


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