Erwin Lazaro cglazaro100 Nat King Cole - Love Letters (V. Young, E. Heyman) ~ Erwin Lazaro 179
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My Mom would have celebrated her 69th birthday this week and she was a big fan of Nat King Cole’s music. But, even more so, my mom truly loved the song “Love Letters”. My Grandpa Luis was also a big fan of the same song. “Love Letters” was one of the first songs I ever heard anyone sing on a karaoke machine and my Grandpa Luis sang it. It’s also my lovely wife’s 21st birthday again this week.
I’m celebrating three incredible people with this dedication. No words exist to completely describe any of them. I would spend an eternity expressing their value to my life. That means my love is immeasurable for them and a simple touch would express more than I ever could in words. My Mom and my Grandpa Luis are within my heart. As for my wife, let’s just say that I look forward to every good morning kiss. I would be at an unbearable loss without her goodnight kiss to complete each day, as well. “Love Letters” is about love from a distance and “absence makes the heart grow fonder”. Thankfully, I don’t have to experience that and I pray I never will. My wife and I are one. I couldn’t function properly if we were apart for more than a few hours.
Happy Birthday, Mom!!!!!!! I love you, Grandpa Luis!!!!!!! Happy 21st Birthday, My Love!!!!!!!
"Love Letters" is a 1945 popular song with music by Victor Young and lyrics by Edward Heyman. The song appeared, without lyrics, in the movie of the same name, and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Song for 1945.