#SongTuesday

I found a lovely cover version of a song originally from John Waite. But still, a legend like Tina Turner makes every cover version a great version of her own.

Missing You – Tina Turner

In Love and Light

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Sorry Erika it’s been a very busy day doctors appointment today I’ve never heard that remake but I’m a really big fan of Tina and if you asked me they crowned the queen wrong 👸🏽 in my personal opinion it should have been Tina she had so many adversities and so many hurtles and such amazing passion omg❣️

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Oh, no worries. I a appreciate you always stopping by but would never expect you to be here all the time. Very nice of you that you take the time, however.
She is a one of a kind person for sure!

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Erika, there is a great documentary of Tina’s career on HBO right now. It is excellent. She does a live cover of The Beatles’ “Help” which is slow, soulful and powerful. Keith

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Haha! It is really cool to know that. But I have never been to that village yet… would be a good idea to stroll around a little… hehe.

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Wow! You would not think it is originally from the Beatles, if you did not know. It is a real Tina version! Sounds so like her. Thank you very much for sharing the link. That’s a gem.

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