When I meet you Here my friend

I am very romantic and perhaps a little emotional (in a positive way) at the moment but I just found this beautiful, romantic, and touching song on Michelle’s blog. It gives me goose bumps. Please be patient, the lyrics start at about 1:20.

Tell Me About It

My sweet dear friend shared this with me and I want to share it with you cause when I meet you here, well this is where my heart sings! I hear your song no matter where you are as we sing together our heart songs! ❀

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I couldn’t help but notice your “almost apology” for the intro and yet, it seems to me that an intro can sometimes be more appealing? A melody can take us anywhere we choose to you go, but lyrics will generally take us in a specific direction. Needless to say, I love long intros/instrumentals/songs with long instrumental bridges etc.
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Oh absolutely. Music is a language on its own. It doesn’t need words actually. I recently said to a friend: The lyrics are the boat and music is the river. I just thought I had to mention that the intro is a little longer for the impatient ones πŸ˜€

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