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Hi Everyone!

I heard a tune the other day and I can’t get it out of my head. Has that ever happened to you? The tune you ask – The Rose by Bette Midler. Close your ears I’m starting to sing The Rose! Hey come on sing with me!

The Rose song by Bette Midler
Some say love it is a river 
That drowns the tender reed 
Some say love it is a razor 
That leaves your soul to bleed
Some say love it is a hunger 
An endless aching need 
I say love it is a flower 
And you it’s only seed
It’s the heart afraid of breaking 
That never learns to dance 
It’s the dream afraid of waking that never takes the chance 
It’s the one who won’t be taken 
Who cannot seem to give 
And the soul afraid of dying that never learns to live
When the night has been too lonely 
And the road has been too long 
And you think that love is only 
For the lucky and the strong 
Just remember in the winter far beneath the bitter snows 
Lies the seed 
That with the sun’s love 
In the spring 
Becomes the rose
© Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
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WOW! What a band! Let’s give them a round of applause!

Have a great day! Hope

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Retired in 2015, lived in Chicago, IL all my life. Love blogging and knitting. I'm sure people think my blogs are - hmm - "bonkers". I've read there are eight (8) type of writers. Closet writer, eternal writer, hestiant writer, innovative writer, inspired writer, literate writer, logical writer, and last but not least savvy writer. Still trying to figure out what I am. I like to use clip art or photos in my blog. Try to relate the clip art and/or photos to what I am writing. Eight (8) writers information found on Thank you for stopping by!

2 thoughts on “Tune

  1. What a great tune! I’ve had worse earworms going around in my head! 😂 Interestingly, I’ve got a version where the singer, Dave Willetts, interchanges “The Rose” with Neil Diamond’s “Hello Again” as it’s in the same key!


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