More I cannot wish you/qnknibndh dMnuk crieng, Frank Loesser.
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I cannot wish you a happy birthday, but I can wish you all the best anyway. Have a wonderful day! ;
I cannot give you flowers, but I can give you advice: follow your heart. Enjoy!
I cannot pay your salary, but I can help out with some ideas. Have a great week-end!
I cannot drive you home, but I can give you a ride. Have a nice day!
I cannot walk you home, but I can carry your bag for you. Have a good day!
I cannot kiss you goodbye, but I can say goodbye forever.
I cannot tell you how long your hair is, but I can say that your nose is pretty big.
Musker, Frank. "Who wrote that love will kill you? The poet surely had a death wish of his own heart to cause such a phrase to come out of it." History and Analysis of Love Poems, edited by James M. Cox, Jr., with contributions from John S. Hawley and Jean E. Howard, notes from William B. Taylor; introduction by Neil McKendrick (New York: Oxford University Press, 1992), pp. 65-66.
The poet was Roman poet Ovid (43 BC - 17 AD). The line is found in his work Tristia (Sad Songs) and it comes from a poem called Amores (Loves). It has been suggested that the poet was suffering from a form of tuberculosis at the time he wrote these poems, which would have caused pain when singing or speaking and probably also weakened his body overall. However, there is no direct evidence for this theory. Instead, some scholars believe the poet was using his illness as an excuse for being sad about something else - perhaps a loss of love!
Love can be very dangerous because if you love someone too much, they might not return your feelings which could lead to them killing you.
VanWarmer, Randy Composers/Just When I Needed You the Most.
This is an unreleased song by American singer-songwriter and musician Tim McGraw.
It was written by Van Warmer and Terry Melcher, and it's a non-album track that didn't make it to commercial radio. However, it did appear on his 2001 Greatest Hits album as a bonus track.
The song tells of a man who has been abandoned by everyone, including his wife and children. He then finds comfort in believing that God will never leave him or forsake him. Thus, the title of the song: Just When I Needed You.
McGraw's father, a pastor, preached a sermon based on this song after 9/11.
He also included this song in his set list during some concerts after the tragedy.
However, it wasn't released as a single.
Have a listen to this rare song from Tim McGraw's album archive!