Love Is In Da Blog 2020 Day 6: A love song for, about or with weather in it & Prompt for Day 7

Hello out there, how are you? I hope life is treating you well and gives you lots of joy and bliss. And if not feel positive and healing energy come your way through my prayers.

Today’s post will be very short. We are answering to Barbara’s “A love song for, about or with weather in it” please make sure to head over to Barbara’s Teleporting Weena and say hello. Thanks.

Why will it be short? Because I chose a Finish Artist and I cannot find anything in English about her. All I could find is that she is a songwriter and Digital pro. But I just love her song and video which has a lot of winter in it (Yes, I admit I love winter πŸ™‚ ). Here is her Facebook profile and here her Homepage anyway. Otherwise, just enjoy this beautiful song and video.

And as always: please follow the link underneath the video if it does not play here on the blog.

Video Credit: Heli JÀrvenpÀÀ via YouTube

Viiden Talven jÀlkeen by Heli JÀrvenpÀÀ

translated by Google Translate so I can’t guarantee for anything πŸ˜‰

After five winters
barren birch rises, go
northerly winds swing.
From the well until morning,
spring water I can carry,
cleanse my face the night before.

So be it,
it was believed,
stayed here with dreams.
So be it,
kasvettiin,
for a moment, it was rooted.

A Christmas carol on the glacier
my husband can carry,
when frostbite is still raging.
Hold on for a while
he closes his eyes,
can lead to flashing lights.

So be it,
it was believed,
stayed here with dreams.
So be it,
kasvettiin,
for a moment, it was rooted.

Love Is In Da Blog 2020 prompt for day 7

Tomorrow’s prompt is very, very subjective but I think we can allow ourselves a little controversy, can’t we???? πŸ˜‰

Worst ever love song

I chose this one and I hope no one crucifies me for it πŸ˜‰

Now dear readers

go, find music

and have lots of fun!!!!

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