This song is so nice, as it was written as a love song for his new wife, Nancy. The lyrics are so beautiful. The first verse goes, "What if it rained, we didn't care. They said that someday soon the Sun was gonna shine, and she was right, this love of mine, My Valentine." Then the second verse goes, "As days and nights, would pass me by. I told myself that I was waiting for a sign. Then she appeared, a love so fine, My Valentine."
Then the bridge comes in and says, "And I will love her, for life. And I will never let a day go by, without remembering the reasons why. She makes me certain that I can fly!" Then the third verse says, "And so I do, without a care. I know that someday soon the Sun is gonna shine. And she'll be mine, this love of mine, My Valentine." Then the fourth verse is just the first one repeated, and then the song ends.
This was not the first song he wrote about his wife. When his first wife Linda was still alive, he wrote a lot of love songs for her like "My Love" and "Maybe I'm Amazed", and when he was still married to Heather Mills, he wrote "Your Loving Flame". He also sang this song live, shortly after it came out, and right before Valentine's Day, on the 2012 Grammy's.
In this song, it is all about that it doesn't matter what is going on around him. All that matters is that the two people in the song are going to be together and that he will never let go, no matter rain or shine. Sir Paul Mccartney even in his seventy's, is still able to write a brilliant love song... as if I ever doubted him!
It is such a beautiful song, and I hope that you all enjoy it as much as I have!
Have you ever heard this song before? What do you think of this song? Would you play this song for the person that you love?
Quotes of the Day: "Knowledge is power!" - Sir Francis Bacon
"The price of anything is the amount of life that you exchange for it." - Henry David Thoreau
"Love is the flower that you must let grow." - John Lennon (Is it cheesy that I chose a John Lennon quote on a Paul McCartney song? Maybe... but oh well!)