Savage Garden - Truly Madly Deeply

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This is one of the few songs that I know the lyrics off– or atleast most of the lyrics.

It’s amazing how there is a perfect song that can aptly describe how one is feeling at a particular moment in time.

I don’t know if I am in love – and if I am – who I am in love with ??  Perhaps the idea of being in love is appealing. 

I think I’ve reached a point in my life where I want to spend my time with someone who ‘means’ something to me; someone who I can’t imagine being without; someone who can make the impossible seem possible when I am with him.

The words of this song are so simple and yet have such depth and meaning behind it.  It would make my heart melt if someone had to dedicate this to me =)  It’s okay to wish isn’t it =P

The keyboard background is quite basic – just a set of various chords; the simple bass beats on the drums; there is the electric guitar somewhere in there too that makes its appearances … Its the simplicity behind the track that makes it so special.

I’m sure most of you have heard this song; even if you have or haven’t, do take a few minutes just to hear and read the lyrics (I found a version on YouTube that has the track with lyrics) … I can guarantee that once you read the words, it’ll leave a smile on your face. 

For those of you with significant others, I guess you can relate to this.  For those singletons out in the neighbourhood, our soul mate is out somewhere waiting to cross paths with us =) 




Chicky said...

@ "someone who can make the impossible seem possible when I am with him."

So true!
Btw, I'm one of those singletons out here, still waiting for my soulmate to cross paths with me! The dude is taking so much time though...
LOL! :p

Dazediva said...

@ Kaddu ...there should be a singleton club where everyone can cross reference each other and figure out if they match up !

Chicky said...

Brilliant idea! Let me know if u ever find such a club... I'll join it instantly! ;-)

Stacey said...

Fabulous, fabulous song, one of my favs!

Great post!