Song of the Day

Song of the day

For the last song this week, I dug again into the 80’s treasure box. Here is a song from 1982. As I experience it with so many songs, it is the first time I listened to the lyrics. I never cared about it as a teenager. I guess it was mostly because of the language barrier but for sure also because I did not bother to look that close at the lyrics.  But in the end, I love this song simply because it is a reminder to good times! Wish you all a good time on this Friday and a happy weekend!

Reap The Wild Wind – Ultravox

Reap the wild wind
Reap the wild wind

Reap the wild wind
Reap the wild wind

A finger points to show a scene (take my hand, take my hand)
Another face where mine had been (take my hand, take my hand)
Another footstep where I once walked (take my hand)
Take it all

You take my hand and give me your friendship
I’ll take my time and send you my slow reply
Give me an inch, and I’ll make the best of it
Take all you want and leave all the rest to die

Reap the wild wind

A footprint haunts an empty floor (take my hand, take my hand)
A fading coat that I once wore (take my hand, take my hand)
Oh, a desolation where I once lived

I have seen in times gone by
I have felt
A different shadow on the wall
A stranglehold on a certain feeling

You take my hand and give me your friendship
I’ll take my time and send you my slow reply
Give me an inch, and I’ll make the best of it
Take all you want and leave all the rest to die

Reap the wild wind
Reap the wild wind

You take my hand and give me your friendship
I’ll take my time and send you my slow reply
Give me an inch, and I’ll make the best of it
Take all you want and leave all the rest to die

Reap the wild wind

In Love and Light

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