Bob A. Feldman Sing of the Life of Love

  • Added on: Aug 12th, 2018 by protestfolk
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A folk love song from late summer of 1966 about the life of young romantic soul love (and how to avoid the death of love that Hemingway described in his 1920s novel about "the lost generation.") Oh, come young girl Sit close to me Underneath the cherry tree I did notice Suddenly That you were the one for me. (chorus) The sun it also rises But now it remains above For you and me together Will Sing of the Life of Love. O, your hair The wind it blows And atop I place a rose And your lips They stir my soul Like the feelings from a poem. (chorus) Oh, we'll journey Far and wide And perceive all side by side Joined in motion So unbound Never shall we hear the hound. (chorus)

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