Song Lyric Sunday Seeing.

This week withe help of Sarah at On The Way to the Barre. Helen Vahdati have given us the prompt of Seeing for our Song Lyric Sunday Challenge.

Rules and Pingback Here

This week I have picked the end theme from the film Narnia, The Lion The Witch and the Wardrobe, by C. S. Lewis. The song is about seeing the beauty in everything and learning good from bad. Such a beautiful song about growing up. I truly recommend the book and the film, the book being best.

The author C.S. Lewis had a very interesting life too read here.
The songwriter is…… Imogen Heap. …. Stop throwing stuff at me it’s a great song. Lyrics in the video

We’ll just to prove that I like more singers than just Imogen Heap here is an old song from Cilla Black, it’s about seeing love in your partner’s eyes

Love of the loved.

Written by Paul McCartney and John Lennon.

Sung by Cilla Black

Each time
I look into your eyes
I see that there
There heaven lies
And as I look
I see the love of the loved

Someday they’ll see
That from the start
My place has been
Deep in your heart
And in your heart
I see the love of the loved

Though I’ve said it all before
I will say it more and more
Cause I’m really sure
You love me

And I know that from today
I will see it in the way
You look at me
And say you love me

So let it rain
What do I care?
Deep in your heart
I’ll still be there
And when I’m there
I see the love of the loved

Though I’ve said it all before
I will say it more and more
Cause I’m really sure
You love me

And I know that from today
I will see it in the way
You look at me
And say you love me

So let it rain
What do I care?
Deep in your heart
I’ll still be there
And when I’m there
I see the love of the loved

Lyrics from Here

Hope you enjoy have a great Sunday.

19 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Ritu
    Mar 25, 2018 @ 10:32:38

    Happy Sunday Sis πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ

    Reply

  2. Judy E Martin
    Mar 25, 2018 @ 11:00:18

    Lovely, Sis. πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–

    Reply

  3. herheadache
    Mar 25, 2018 @ 14:27:18

    I love this one. So hopeful sounding. It’s all about believing it if you see it, but we’re not all going to see the same things in life. As someone without a lot of ability to see, I must still believe. This movie and this book and song help me with all that. Thanks for sharing this today. We aren’t always able to fully take in what we might see. Music helps I think.

    Reply

  4. Felicia Denise
    Mar 26, 2018 @ 00:29:38

    This was a favorite movie of my kids when they were young, but I confess I’d never paid much attention to the song. Very nice!

    Reply

  5. Helen Vahdati
    Mar 31, 2018 @ 17:08:15

    Imogen Heap is such a brilliant song writer and I have always loved this song. Great picks for this week. Thanks so much for sharing!

    Reply

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