#RomanticTuesday Song

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You know, I love musicals and romantic ballads. When I stumbled over today’s song there was no further searching anymore. Happy Romantic Tuesday to everybody!

Hopelessly Devoted To You – Olivia Newton-John

Guess mine is not the first heart broken
My eyes are not the first to cry
I’m not the first to know
There’s just no getting over youYou know I’m just a fool who’s willing
To sit around and wait for you
But, baby, can’t you see
There’s nothing else for me to do?
I’m hopelessly devoted to youBut now there’s nowhere to hide
Since you pushed my love aside
I’m out of my head
Hopelessly devoted to you
Hopelessly devoted to you
Hopelessly devoted to you

My head is saying, “Fool, forget him.”
My heart is saying, “Don’t let go.
Hold on till the end.”
And that’s what I intend to do
I’m hopelessly devoted to you

But now there’s nowhere to hide
Since you pushed my love aside
I’m out of my head
Hopelessly devoted to you
Hopelessly devoted to you
Hopelessly devoted to you

Sources: YouTube/AZLyrics
Writer: JOHN FARRAR
In Love and Light

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Erika, it was so cool. Olivia Newton-John was worried about the role. They also cast a number of folks who auditioned or played roles in the theatre production, so they knew what it was supposed to be like. They also cast a lot of 1950’s stars like Syd Caeser, Alice Ghostly, Eve Arden, Joan Fontaine, etc. as teachers, principals, etc. It was fun to watch how it came together. Keith

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Ha, that is really interesting and fun to see how it all came together. Very cool that it wasn’t clear from the beginning on who was playing. Thank you for sharing, Keith!!

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