remember this …

when darkness falls as thick as death and all you see is in your head when ice surrounds as cold as night and all you feel is frozen numb when everything’s impossible and all you do is just exist remember this … the light will come hope will return your heart will thaw this willContinue reading “remember this …”

Beneath your Beautiful

Beneath your Beautiful – Labrinth, featuring Emeli Sande This has been stuck in my head off and on for quite some time now, so it’s about time I put it on my blog. It is a beautiful song, which I can relate to… And the words released: You tell all the boys no Makes youContinue reading “Beneath your Beautiful”

Come What May

Ewan McGregor and Nicole Kidman – Come What May, from Moulin Rouge Possibly one of the most tragically romantic musical moments ever in films … well films that I’ve seen anyway (she dies … shhhh). Love this. The words released … Never knew I could feel like this Like I’ve never seen the sky beforeContinue reading “Come What May”

Musical Romance

I will break out of my usual poetic posting temporarily as I want to share 2 songs that I am loving at the moment, both of which are recently new to me and have been discovered via you lovely bloggers. Firstly and most importantly is this one … Every Part of Me – Steve Earle.Continue reading “Musical Romance”

Poetry in Music – If Ever I Stray

If Ever I Stray – Frank Turner Really like this song and love the video, makes me smile 🙂 Enjoy! The words released … Forgive me someone, for I have sinned And I know not where I should begin Some days it feels like you just can’t win No matter what you do or say.Continue reading “Poetry in Music – If Ever I Stray”

Poetry in Music – Hallelujah

This gives me goosebumps, and makes me cry, and has started a bit of a love affair with Leonard Cohen. I am sad that I only just found him! All the other versions of this song that came afterwards have now paled into insignificance for me. Thanks to Susan for posting this on FB. AndContinue reading “Poetry in Music – Hallelujah”