Song of the Day

Song of the day

I cannot help it, at the moment I am digging into the 80’s like crazy. I hope you like this song from 1984.

On a different note: Today and tomorrow I am having appointments right after work in the evening. Sorry in advance if I cannot make it to all of your posts. However, have an awesome day, friendsΒ πŸ˜ƒ

Love Resurrection – Alison Moyet

What can I do to make light of this dull dull day
What switch can I pull to illuminate the way
Show me one direction
I will not question again
For a warm injection
Is all I need to calm the pain

We all need a love resurrection
(just a little divine intervention)
We all need a love resurrection
(just a little divine intervention)

What seed must I sow to replenish this barren land
Teach me to harvest, I want you to grow in my hand
Let’s be optimistic, let’s say that we won’t toil in vain
If we pull together we’ll never fall apart again

We all need a love resurrection
(just a little divine intervention)
We all need a love resurrection
(just a little divine intervention)

Show me one direction
I will not question again
For a warm injection
Is all I need to calm the pain

In Love and Light

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