Song of the night

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“Shower The People You Love With Love.” From 1976, one of my favorites by JT.

“You can play the game and
You can act out the part
Though you know it wasn’t written for you.
Tell me, how can you stand there
With your broken heart
Ashamed of playing the fool?”

“You need never, ever regret having loved someone: even if it didn’t work out. Maybe there are things you’d have done differently. Often you wish you’d let go sooner, and saved yourself unnecessary pain. But you’re always better off for having chosen to love in the first place. It’s your commitment to love itself, regardless of the outcome, that will ultimately bring true happiness in your life. And sometimes love means letting go.” – Sasha Carr

2 Comments on “Song of the night”

  1. […] again: shower the people you love with love this holiday […]

  2. […] if there’s anyone who can write a convincing non-sappy love song about the Fourth of July, JT can do it. Happy Independence Day, […]

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