Love Is In Da Blog 2020 Day 22 : A love song from the year we started school & Prompt for Day 23

Hi dear people of the blogosphere, may you have a wonderful day today!!!!

Let’s get down memory lane today and find a song about:

A love song from the year we started school

I still can’t figure why I chose this school theme throughout this β€œLove Is In Da Blog” but hey, let’s roll with it anyway πŸ™‚ .

Have to admit that I didn’t do much research. 1977 is too foggy in my mind to remember anything so I just looked up a list of the Top 100 tracks in Germany in 1977 and one of my all-time favourite love songs popped up: Leo Sayer and “When I need you…”. No need for comment is there????? πŸ˜‰

Please follow the link underneath the video if it does not play here on the blog πŸ™‚

Video Source: TopPop via YouTube

sigh, sigh, sigh, sigh…… πŸ™‚

Love Is In Da Blog 2020 prompt for day 23:

Tomorrow’s prompt simply is:

A song about love in summer

Now dear readers

go, find music

and have lots of fun!!!!

9 thoughts on “Love Is In Da Blog 2020 Day 22 : A love song from the year we started school & Prompt for Day 23

  1. Wow … this is an oldie but goodie! Question … when you heard these songs as a young woman in Germany, were they in English, or German? Sorry to sound so ignorant, but I was just curious if they were, perhaps, dubbed, or if most Germans understood English. Good song … thanks, dear Bee! πŸ™‹

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    • Only TV and Films are dubbed in Germany. Songs were and are in English but not everyody’s English is good enough to understand them. You mainly enjoy the melody. Nowadays you can go on the Internet and find a translation but in the olden days you had to translate them yourself if you wanted to know. That is one part of how I learned English. I translated the songs I liked. πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈπŸ

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