Love Is In The Air: Sometimes When We Touch
February 18, 2020
Month-long celebration of Love featuring Love Songs from the 70’s, and we are half-way through the month!
You are more than welcome to join in the fun, all you need to do is include a link to your post in the comments so that everyone can visit. The more the merrier :) Your songs do not need to be from the 70’s, but they do need to be Love Songs.
Alright! Let’s get this party started! Fill up those waterbeds, break out the black lights and disco balls and let’s have some fun!
The song for today -
Sometimes When We Touch by Dan Hill
Wikipedia tells us about this song:
"Sometimes When We Touch" is a 1977 ballad written by Dan Hill (lyrics) and Barry Mann (music) on the album Longer Fuse. It was first released as a single by Canadian pop rock artist Dan Hill. His version of the song became the most successful and his biggest hit. Since its original release "Sometimes When We Touch" has been released by several different artists in various musical formats.
Hill was inspired to write "Sometimes When We Touch" from a previous relationship. In an interview with CBN News in 2017, Hill explained that the song was about being in love with someone who did not have similar feelings for him, "She was interested in another man, so that was breaking my heart. So I thought I needed to write a song that would capture her and win her over—that would be so passionate in a sense that she’d see that I’m the only guy for her."
Won’t you join me in this fun month-long theme? Again, all you need to do is post your link in the comments.