There are so many out there that can not only read these lyrics, but they have LIVED them. The song itself is talking about the love that what once was. We have all been there. We can listen to love songs and feel our hearts swell because we have placed value as well as people in the roles that were once played in our lives. People come and people go yet the memories of our minds cannot exceed the feelings in our hearts.
Closing out the fair at 9:00 p.m. will be multi-award-winning singer Travis Tritt. Travis Tritt is best known for his hits T-R-O-U-B-L-E, Here’s a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares), Foolish Pride, Can I Trust You With My Heart, Best of Intentions and It’s A Great Day to Be Alive (howlin’ at the moon song). If you enjoyed the country music of the 1990’s, you’ll enjoy this concert from beginning to end.
Love songs have moved on to the next level and, today, you will find varieties of songs for love. Young people are determining the music they want to listen to as they come up with more and more modern music for love that is nothing but excellent. The following is a description of the song ‘baby love’ by Nicole Scherzinger of the sensational group pussy cat dolls. Baby love lyrics are awesome and they will not just leave you entertained but, they will inspire you to want a love of that description. Baby love lyrics start like this ‘I remember like it was yesterday, first kiss and I knew you changed the game, you had me exactly where you wanted’.
I still listen to rock and roll and motown of my youth. I am a baby boomer after all. I just listen to the stuff from the 60’s and 70’s with positive message’s and I rap beats not break up songs. I read positive message novels now with happy endings. Not Stephen King. I take the national news in, in small doses. I do not watch negative TV shows. I surround myself with calm non-chaotic people. I have no room for nonsense. I keep the melodramatic people at bay.
Your feelings haven’t caught up yet and maybe you’re still expecting your ex to come home. You don’t feel anything: you don’t cry, you don’t get mad, and everything seems surreal. You can’t stay on this stage because you need to move on. You need to snap out of it and accept what has happened.
For a while, the emotions are subsiding and you’re starting to feel better. You’re accepting what has happened and now you think that it’s best to put it in the past. You’re no longer giving in to depression.
Then try to go with your life. Throw yourself into your work for a while. Exercise more. Join a gym. Join a book club. Get out there and meet people. Cry at home with your cat. Do want you need to do to heal.