Friday, October 14, 2016

October 1977 and listening to "How deep is your love" by Bee Gees


Back in October '77, Barry, Robin & Maurice Gibb released "How deep is your love".

Two months later, the whole world was watching "Saturday Night Fever" and the rest is history.


"How deep is your love" is one of the greatest songs composed and recorded by the Brothers Gibb.   It ranks high in every one's favorite compilation of romantic tunes!

Barry sang lead and Robin & Maurice did some fabulous harmony.

No wonder it stayed in the Top 10 for 17 weeks. It was great!


Click here for the song:




"I know your eyes in the morning sun
I feel you touch me in the pouring rain
And the moment that you wander far from me
I wanna feel you in my arms again

And you come to me on a summer breeze
Keep me warm in your love Then you softly leave
And it's me you need to show
How deep is your love?

How deep is your love How deep is your love
I really need to learn
'Cause we're living in a world of fools
Breakin’ us down
When they all should let us be
We belong to you and me

I believe in you
You know the door to my very soul
You're the light in my deepest, darkest hour
You're my saviour when I fall
And you may not think I care for you
When you know down inside
That I really do

And it's me you need to show
How deep is your love?
How deep is your love How deep is your love
I really need to learn
'Cause we're living in a world of fools
Breakin’ us down
When they all should let us be
We belong to you and me

And you come to me on a summer breeze,
Keep me warm in your love
Then you softly leave
And it's me you need to show
How deep is your love?

How deep is your love How deep is your love
I really need to learn
'Cause we're living in a world of fools
Breakin’ us down
When they all should let us be
We belong to you and me..."

PLEASE SUPPORT OUR BLOG AND RADIO SHOW

FOLLOW MY BLOG

LISTEN TO OUR RECENT SHOWS

Check Out Politics Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with Silvio Canto Jr on BlogTalkRadio

Follow by Email

MY TWITTER

FACEBOOK

Search This Blog