lunes, 24 de diciembre de 2007

HAVE YOU EVER BEEN IN LOVE - PETER CETERA

Canción perteneciente al álbum "World falling down" del año 1992.
Canción compuesta por Andrew Hill y Peter Senfield, también interpretada por Leo Sayer, aunque la versión de Cetera nos parece insuperable.
El video incluye unos arreglos musicales que vale la pena escuchar, nos transporta a la mejor época de Chicago.

LETRA

In the morning light
Half awake and half asleep
Have you ever laid there thinking
Was it all a dream?
But you reach out and shes there
Every moment, everywhere
Have you ever been in love?

Have you ever felt
How far a heart can fall
Have you ever stayed up waiting
For a telephone call
Just to hear her say hello
cause you miss each other so
Have you ever been in love?

Have there been times to laugh
And times you really want to cry
Finding reasons to believe her
cause youd die a little if she lied
And when in times of doubt
Have you ever tried to work it out
But still she leaves you wondering
What its all about

And when shes far away
Have you ever felt the need to stray
And tried and then discovered
It just doesnt pay
cause with her, you can be true
And with her, you can be you
Have you ever been in love?

Have there been times to laugh
And times you really want to cry
Finding reasons to believe her
cause youd die a little if she lied
And when in times of doubt
Have you ever tried to work it out
But still she leaves you wondering
What its all about

And when the night comes down
Can you call your house a home
Do you dream youre still together
And wake up alone
Have you ever been in love
The way that Im in love
Have you ever been in love?

PETER CETERA nació el 13 de Septiembre en Chicago, Illinois.
Voz líder de Chicago desde fines de los sesenta.
En 1981 lanzó su primer álbum como solista sin abandonar a la banda, lo que haría definitivamente en 1985.
En su carrera en solitario se destacan "Nex time I fall", "Glory of love", "Even a fool can see" y "Feels like heaven".

 
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