Whoa, oh, oh, oh, oh (you're gonna miss my lovin') Late.
There Will Never Be Another You. Unforgettable. This he said to me: Вот что сказал он мне: "The greatest thing you'll ever learn. Самое главное, что познаешь ты когда-либо -. Is just to love and be loved in return". Просто любить и будь любимым в ответ. The greatest thing you'll ever learn. The greatest thing you'll ever learn
Ты никогда не найдёшь, где бы ты не искала, Someone who cares about you the way I do. Кого-то, кто заботился бы о тебе так, как я. Whoa, I'm not braggin' on myself, baby. You'll never find the rhythm, the rhyme. Ты никогда не найдёшь того ритма, рифмы.
I'll never get that time back and I wish I could do it over so I could seek out the love of my life who I'm married to now and have loved since I was 16. Don't give in to fear and let it ruin your life. Find ways to put yourself out there and meet people. I did fear I’ll never find love, I admit. We’re all fed these lies to climb this ladder of expectations, the end goal is true love. I’m not going to list my negative and positive qualities here because it is absurd to use that as a factor in determine whether I have the potential to be a good partner for some guy.
You'll Never Find Another Love like Mine" (written by Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff) is a song performed by R&B singer Lou Rawls on his 1976 album All Things in Time
If you knew that love would never be an option for you, what would be? How would you structure the rest of your life? Would it have a heavier focus on career, a stronger inclination toward success? Or would you use the time to invest in yourself – go on a few more vacations, travel further outside your comfort zone? If you knew that you would never again feel the rush of budding romance, where would you turn to for your thrills? How would you get your blood pumping? And what about your other relationships – would they suddenly take on more weight? . My inclination is to believe that never finding love would be a game-changer for most of us. One we’d initially consider to be devastating but may eventually realize is the ultimate liberation. Without the fear of ending up alone, the opportunities open to you would become endless. You could live on every continent. You could scale the corporate ladder.