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Sunday, January 22, 2017

"EVEN NOW"

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Greetings and Salutations to All my Kith and Kin and All the Ships in Outer Space:

For the best effect, please enjoy watching, in "FULL SCREEN" mode, this video recording of an old, long forgotten favorite song, "EVEN NOW", recorded by NANA MOUSKOURI, which I only just now discovered posted at the YOU TUBE web site:
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"EVEN NOW"
(1978)

Composed By: BARRY MANILOW and MARTIN PANZER

VERSE # 01:
Moon in the sky softly creeping
Over the time from above,
And I lie awake hardly sleeping
So lonely for only your love.


CHORUS:
Even now, each night, I remember
Days of summer when blossoms filled each bough.
In the cold, gray days of December,
My darling, I miss you even now.

VERSE # 02:
When will I see you again?
Come to my arms where you belong.
My world will be empty till then
For you are the words to my song.

CONCLUDE:
In the cold, gray days of December,
My darling, I miss you even now.

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I never did know the name of the song, or who the artist was, but many, many long years ago, while living in Salt Lake City, Utah, I used to hear this song played during the Christmas season every year on KSL-FM 100.3 radio.

Then, for some strange, totally unfathomable reason, KSL, which consisted of a television station, and both FM and AM radio stations, had to get rid of their FM radio station, with the call letters changed to KSFI-FM 100.3, and the music format changed completely from "Beautiful Music" to "Adult Contemporary".

Alas, since KSL-FM 100.3 was the ONLY radio station in Salt Lake City, Utah (or, to my knowledge, anywhere else) that ever played that song, which I didn't know the name of, or who it was that was singing it, that meant that I never was able to hear it again.
Boy, oh boy, oh boy, oh boy, am I ever glad to have finally stumbled across this song again!

Thank you.
John Robert Mallernee, Esquire
Ashley Valley Shadows
Vernal, Utah  84078

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