• Artist: The Sweaty Monk
  • Title: Love to Love Her
  • Genre: Latin - Salsa
  • Mood: Up/Positive, Laid Back/Groovy
  • Speed: Medium Fast (95-130)
  • Instruments: Acoustic Piano, Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Ethnic, Percussion, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 10/18/2011
  • Lyric themes: Hope, Courtship Dating, Being in Love Passion, Devotion
  • Lyrics: Love to Love Her Oh the seasons, oh the seasons —in the air and in the clouds, Every time I see you, there’s never any doubt You remember you remember— the times are all I see The things you cannot recognize were not even me Never needed one, could you ever know? The times were always plentiful And I see your light, and I roll in your charms Well, I have suffered— I know that you have to The love that understands that (what) we see is always blue There is never, there is never— no doubt I had in mind The mind that one encounters so—the feeling’s inside We’re on the road again, we’re on the road again Our love is all we ever see—and I feel your presence in me Oh don’t you love to love her? Oh, I do love to love her so. Oh don’t you love to love her? Oh can’t you see? Oh the captain—he’s thrown me overboard—oh I don’t remember how —the sea felt before (but) Ooh I remember how I felt that day The pleasure and the joy— No efforts ever needed to row in this love Would you stay with me? Would you stay and row? Oh The others –they would try and convince you otherwise, But I see and feel you all the time…. Oh don’t you love to love her? (adlib and repeat)
  • Keywords: cheerful, latin, Bass, Bright, Guitar

About The Sweaty Monk

The Sweaty Monk

Wylie, TX United States

John with Soohee Painting

John Christopher Thomas’ eclectic musical roots have helped him to create songs with international appeal. Born in Omaha Nebraska and raised in San Antonio Texas, John began playing piano at 7. His style developed in his early teens, while studying under Jazz pianist Nobuko Utterback.
During the mid- 1980’s, eager local bands were looking for the few available keyboard players at that time. John began to play in a variety of styles, including rock, funk, ...

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