The Daily Song: Show Me Love/Robin Schulz & Richard Judge

Love the poetry of this

 

 

“Show Me Love”

There’s a notebook on the table
You can take it to the store so you won’t forget the groceries anymore
There’s a rifle in the cabinet that I used to fight a war
But to this day, I don’t know what I was fighting for
I’m fighting forWill you show me love as we get older
And I’m falling at your feet
After 30 years of service
And one to fit our need
Show me love as we grow colder
Let our love provide the heat
That our older bones are missing
But our hearts will never meet

There’s a blanket on the sofa that I used to keep you warm
When I find you fast asleep at half past four
There’s a record we keep turning that reminds us of our youth
But there’s still nothing as beautiful as you

Will you show me love as we get older
And I’m falling at your feet
After 30 years of service
And one to fit our need
Show me love as we grow colder
Let our love provide the heat
That our older bones are missing
But our hearts will never meet
(As we grow colder
Love provide the heat
Older bones are missing
Hearts will never meet)

Because your hand belongs in my hand, belongs in your hand, belongs with… with me
(Blanket on the sofa that I used to keep you warm
There’s a record we keep turning that I used to turn you on)

Will you show me love as we get older
And I’m falling at your feet
After 30 years of service
And one to fit our need
Show me love as we grow colder
Let our love provide the heat
After 30 years of service
And one to fit our need
Show me love as we grow colder
Let our love provide the heat
That our older bones are missing
But our hearts will never meet

4 thoughts on “The Daily Song: Show Me Love/Robin Schulz & Richard Judge

  1. Hi, that is a lovely piece. I myself suffer from bipolar disorder 11, have recovered from Borderline Personality Disorder and I’m currently writing a blog that is actually turning into a memoir on My Recovery from Borderline Personality Disorder and how to live with Bipolar disorder 11. I am now off all medication except for the aid of a sleeping tablet for chronic insomnia. Life is good and writing keeps me sane and able to handle the ups and downs of this horrible bipolar disorder. If you get a moment take a look at my blog http://tarfbp.wordpress.com
    Keep writing I’m following you.
    Cheers Mo X

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      1. Hi, I know time is precious. I live in Ireland so I imagine we are on different time zones. It’s 2.32 am here and I have actually just gone to bed and have to be up at 7 am , I don’t actually understand what your guidelines mean but I understand if you don’t have the time.
        Cheers Mo and thanks for the reply

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      2. It means that you to fill out the contact form on the top right hand side of my home page to make the request otherwise it will be lost in my notifications and my inbox because they are both hot messes right now.

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