Come On Baby Tell Me So

Love is in da blog

Happy February! I’m participating in Bee’s fun music challenge again and hope you’ll join in (you don’t have to play every day).

Today’s theme is a song about making love. I had a few songs in mind, but they didn’t work out ~ when I looked up the lyrics, they weren’t what I thought they were. Sometimes I have a feeling about a song, but when I read it on the screen it sounds dumb. There are a lot of supposed “mood” songs, but the idea was to find one about making love, not to make love to, though it could be both, I guess. I don’t really enjoy hardcore explicit lyrics, unless they’re funny, but I wanted to stick with serious love-making here, not segue into goofery. Finally, I remembered good old Sir Rod. I mean, duh.

~*~

Written for Love Is In Da Blog Day 5.

Image credit to Happy Color.

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11 responses to “Come On Baby Tell Me So

  1. Paula this is really a great song and I had never watched the video before and that is also great, thanks for sharing this. Rod does look kind of weird the way he is bopping around on the stage.

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  2. “Trampled Underfoot” is from the same album as Kashmir. Just sayin’.

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  3. Rod Stewart is a good choice, but I would have used “Tonight’s The Night”… whew, is it warm in here?πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‚

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  4. LOL truly “duh”. 😁 Didn’t think of that one at all. But Sir Rod is mainly connected with train sets for me since last year. He apparently is a total model train fan and donated money to model train enthusiasts whose train sets were destroyed by some thugs. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-lincolnshire-48332649
    Thanks for taking part and making me smile πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈπŸ

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  5. Always a good one and I like most all his songs. πŸ™‚

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