#RomanticTuesday Song

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The song I am sharing today was originally published in 1980 and covered several times by singers like Bette Middler. But only the duet version of Linda Ronstadt and Aaron Neville made it a number 1 hit in 1989. Again, I found the perfect song to go with my poem! Happy Romantic Tuesday!

Don’t Know Much – Linda Ronstadt and Aaron Neville

Look at this face
I know the years are showing
Look at this life
I still don’t know where it’s going

I don’t know much
But I know I love you
And that may be all I need to know

Look at these eyes
They’ve never seen what mattered
Look at these dreams
So beaten and so battered

I don’t know much
But I know I love you
That may be all I need to know

So many questions still left unanswered
So much I’ve never broken through

And when I feel you near me
Sometimes I see so clearly
The only truth I’ve ever known is me and you

Look at this man
So blessed with inspiration
Look at this soul
Still searching for salvation

I don’t know much
But I know I love you
And that may be all I need to know

I don’t know much
But I know I love you
That may be all I need to know

I don’t know much
But I know I love you
That may be all there is to know

Sources: YouTube / AZLyrics
Writers: Cynthia Weil, Tom Snow, Barry Mann
In Love and Light

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