Its about love love love thats what its all about
Its About Love by Steven CamdenReal life is messier than the movies. A bold, thought-provoking novel from the exceptionally talented, Steven Camden.
Hes Luke. Shes Leia.
Just like in Star Wars. Just like they’re made for each other. Same film studies course, different backgrounds, different ends of town.
Only this isnt a film. This is real life. This is where monsters from the past come back to take revenge. This is where you are sometimes the monster.
But real life? Sometimes, only sometimes, it turns out just like in the movies…
[Full Album] Ost. It's okay. That's love Vol.1
[Love, love, love! That's what it's all about]
The programme was broadcast via satellite and seen by an audience of over million in 25 countries. Lennon's lyrics, which were deliberately simplistic to allow for the show's international audience, captured the utopian sentiments of the Summer of Love era. The single topped sales charts in Britain, the United States and many other countries, and became an anthem for the counterculture 's embrace of flower power philosophy. Rather than perform the song entirely live on Our World , the Beatles played to a pre-recorded backing track. The released recording featured a new lead vocal by Lennon but was otherwise little changed from this performance.
Because God loves us, he saves us. Love is the motive behind our salvation. Because God is love, you and I will find that our lives will have happy endings, no matter what may happen along the way — provided we sincerely respond to that love as it is lavished upon us in Jesus Christ. But love is more than just what motivates God and makes him want to save us. It is also the purpose of our salvation.
It was recorded on January 7, , and released by Decca Records as catalog number It first reached the Billboard magazine Best Seller chart on April 6, and lasted 10 weeks on the chart, peaking at 1. Unfortunately, the ubiquitous Guy Lombardo Billboard 1 single recording omits the charming third verse, which is arguably the most amusing in this short, humorous ditty. The King Sisters did an admirable job with the song, but they did change up the chorus after the second and third verses, so it is not quite a pure rendition. However, lovers of the song may not object to what the King Sisters did, as it was well done and affected only the refrain, which is long and somewhat repetitive relative to the short verses of the song. There are a number of other problematic for lovers of the song as-written recordings out there, as well, such as the Bing Crosby recording that omits the second verse and mangles the wording on the first by gender-flipping it which is odd, since it is written for a man, which Crosby was, and this was long before trans-genderism came into vogue. Perhaps it was a live recording, or more likely Crosby was playing it for further laughs, as it is a comic tune to begin with.