I wish you, (yes, you!), light & love in your life

I'll sing it one last time for you, then we really have to go
You've been the only thing that's right in all I've done

And I can barely look at you, but every single time I do
I know we'll make it anywhere, away from here

Light up, light up, as if you have a choice
Even if you cannot hear my voice I'll be right beside you dear

Louder, louder, and we'll run for our lives; I can hardly speak
I understand why you can't raise your voice to say

To think I might not see those eyes makes it so hard not to cry
And as we say our long goodbye, I nearly do

Slower, slower, we don't have time for that
All I want is to find an easier way to get out of our little heads

Have heart my dear, we're bound to be afraid
Even if it's just for a few days, making up for all this mess
.

26 comments:

Dave said...

You don't need to light the candles for me until tomorrow. Mind you, there will be so many, maybe you ought to start today.

I, Like The View said...

thought it was Z who was making you a cake? if not, I'd better get baking!

Rimshot said...

hmmm

Mel said...

Ohhhh.......but you make such pretty fairy cakes!!

And the tune--fabulous. As are the photos that accompany it.

Ty ty ty.

<-- has missed tunes, yaknow!

zIggI said...

SP every time, light up hon :)
x

mig said...

Oh music and lights :)

That's a good song.

Dave said...

Good morning.

Mel said...

What a difference between the two videos....

Wonderful. A second listen is in order! (ty ma'am)

I, Like The View said...

I've had this tune on my brain for FIVE WHOLE DAYS now. . .

still love it tho!

Mel said...

Only five? *laughing*

Gosh.....and to think I deliberately have come back for day three!! LOLOL

Mel said...

And day 4-- I better save the link, huh? LOL

I, Like The View said...

argh!!! I was just starting to sing something else, in my head. . . think it was a Beatles toon

but now I'm back to this again!

"light up, light up"

(nope, despite the subliminal, will not be having one last smoke this evening - it's late and I think I'm already a pumkin)

Anonymous G said...

lovely, lovely pictures. i especially love the first...

hope your afternoon was as lovely!

((hugs))

i'm off to listen to the tune(s)

Mel said...

Five of course--and six.

I just failed to tell on myself. *laughing*

*happy sigh*

I won't have to go digging for the link with the wonderful photos.... :-)

Mel said...

:-)

Yup.....good tune for a Tuesday morning....

Dave said...

My birthday's not for another 9 months now.

Christopher said...

I come here for my mid-morning morale boost. Never fails. Thank you, I,LTV, The Unassuming Genius of the Blogosphere. I'm going to have my coffee now.

Mel said...

Zactly!

Oh, why not...I'll keep the volume on low and I'm sure I can hum along quietly.

THEN I'll investigate the lantern launching. They're way bigger than I thought....and very very cool.

Good Monday to you, ma'am. :-)

Mel said...

Right then.
Very quiet listen since they removed it--dangitall.
Forward on to the lanterns! :-)

Mel said...

<-- found the lantern photo and video very, very cool

<-- owns searching the music website til she found the tune.

:-)

mig said...

I really love those flying lanterns. Maybe I'll try and get some for this year.

I, Like The View said...

Christopher I'm speechless

everyone else see above

(mig try here!)(altho, the very first time I ever saw them - in Lloyd's Park in Croydon's green belt - they were home made)

Christopher said...

Some déjà vu here? - but never mind, it's as good a place as any to wish you, dear I, lots of happiness and to thank you most sincerely for all the smiles and all the pleasure your blog has brought me!

xx

mig said...

So much light!
Happy Christmas, dear dear I.
Sending you wishes and big hugs.
xxxx

Mel said...

((((((((((( ILTV ))))))))))))

Ditto--times two.

Wishing you much love and great joy for the holiday.

*HUGE hugs*

Happy Christmas!!

I, Like The View said...

Mel I love your hugs!

mig light is a good thing!

Christopher I ran out of time for what I had planned, but sometimes wonderful things are worth revisiting. . .