With Nets Of Wonder

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 love song from when we started school ~ I assume kindergarten. For me, this was 1966 and there were a ton of love songs around. I’m choosing a sweet fave by Bob Lind: “Bright Elusive Butterfly of Love.” 🦋

I guess it could be viewed a bit stalkerish by today’s standards, just like “Every Breath You Take,” and lots of romcoms too. What’s up with Harry leaving all those messages on Sally’s answering machine anyway? She told him to get lost!

~*~

Written for Love Is In Da Blog Day 22.

Image credit to Happy Color.

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14 responses to “With Nets Of Wonder

  1. It was really good to hear this song again. Nice choice Paula. Don’t be concerned, it will not harm you, it is just the butterfly effect.

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  2. Great song. Another new discovery for me 🙋‍♀️🐝

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  3. One of my favorite songs!

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  4. “Every Breath You Take” is meant to be about having an obsession with a past lover, according to songwriter Sting. He finds it disconcerting that the song is played in weddings. (Same fate as another stalker song, James Blunt’s “You’re Beautiful”.)

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  5. Lol! About the rom coms! 😀 Love the song! Cute one for sure!

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