Sunday, February 15, 2009

Our Song

Photo above is our little chef, Guido, who helped us bake a huge batch of heart-shaped sugar cookies on Valentines Day.

Every couple in love has an "our song." A song that was popular when you were dating or during your courtship that brings special memories and has a sweet sentiment.

Below are the words to "our" song -- the song I put on the stereo, rest my head on my partner's strong shoulder, (and clomp on my partner's feet 'cause I just can't dance) while we slowly turn. This is a residual from last night, Valentine's night, spent with my one and only. We wouldn't have it any other way. (You will have to hum the tune in your head; I couldn't find it free or legal on the 'net).

I Love The Way You Love Me by John Michael Montgomery

I like the feel of your name on my lips
And I like the sound of your sweet gentle kiss
The way that your fingers run through my hair
And how your scent lingers even when you're not there
And I like the way your eyes dance when you laugh
And how you enjoy your two hour bath
And how you convinced me to dance in the rain
With everyone watching like we were insane


But I love the way you love me
Strong and wild
Slow and easy
Heart and soul
So completely
I Love the way you love me

I like to imitate ol' Jerry Lee
And the cue of your eyes
When I'm slightly off key
And I like the innocent way that you cry
At sappy old movies you've seen hundreds of times


And I could list a million things
I love to like about you
But they all come to one reason
I could never live without you

I love the way you love me
Strong and wild
Slow and easy
Heart and soul
So completely
I love the way you love me

Oh Baby, I love the way you love me

1 comment:

rolandtaylorjr said...

Oh, I love that song! On one Valentine's Day weekend, that was one of the love songs I sang on Karaoke night.