#RomanticTuesday Song

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For today, I’d like to share some catchy tunes and summer vacation romance by one of the greatest female singers. Happy Romantic Tuesday, everybody!

Foreign Affair – Tina Turner

A one in a million chance
You know the moment that you crossed over the line
A casual glance
No one has to read between the lines
In the south of France, it was springtime
Special feelings come alive
There’s romance in the air, so they say
Love could be a small cafe away

Love is a piece of cake
And making love is all there is to eat
It’s a heart out of a lamb
When you start to feel forever in a kiss
But you must remember there’s no point of refuge
You only have a part in a lover’s play
And you could be the one left in the dark
If someone takes a shortcut to your heart

All too soon you’re touching for the last time
No one has to tell you how it is
It’s just a memory two people share
File it under foreign affair

Sources: YouTube / AZLyrics
Writer: Tony Joe White

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21 Comments

Very few can put on a concert like Tina. She will leave you tired, but wanting more. I told a friend “I hope I look as good as Tina does when I am her age.” My friend retorted, “You don’t look that good now.” Touche. Keith

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