Song Lyric Sunday Theme for 07/10/2018

img_1345-3It was Helen’s birthday yesterday, and the second anniversary of SLS. This fun challenge is a huge success, and enjoyed by more and more as the weeks progress, and don’t those weeks just fly by!

So, Happy Birthday to Helen, and to SLS, and thanks, Helen, for continuing to host this fun way of hearing old favourites, and enjoying new songs.

This week we are asked to share a song with the theme of find or found.

I found that I was travelling back to 1964 (which I tend to do a lot), to find a song from a group that hail from Australia.  

The Seekers recorded  I’ll never find another you  at Abbey Road studios, and it became a Number 1 hit in the UK in February 1965. The group still perform today, some 56 years after they formed, and with the original 4 members, although there have been comings and goings over the years, and a couple of breaks in continuity.

The picture quality is poor but it’s all about the music.  I hope you enjoy it!

I’ll Never Find Another You

The Seekers

There’s a new world somewhere
They call the promised land
And I’ll be there someday
If you could hold my hand
I still need you there beside me
No matter what I do
For I know I’ll never find another you

There is always someone
For each of us, they say
And you’ll be my someone
Forever and a day
I could search the whole world over
Until my life is through
But I know I’ll never find another you

It’s a long, long journey
So stay by my side
When I walk through the storm
You’ll be my guide, be my guide
If they gave me a fortune
My pleasure would be small
I could lose it all tomorrow
And never mind at all
But if I should lose your love, dear
I don’t know what I’d do
For I know I’ll never find another you

But if I should lose your love, dear
I don’t know what I’d do
For I know I’ll never find another you
Another you, another you

Songwriters: Tom Springfield

I’ll Never Find Another You lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc

15 thoughts on “Song Lyric Sunday Theme for 07/10/2018

    1. The song really does tell the story of so many of our lives. Those who have had the great good fortune to have found that one special person, and to have lived a life together in harmony and love!

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