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Van Morrison - Crazy Love “I can hear her heart beat for a thousand miles, And the heavens open every time she smiles, And when I come to her, that's where I belong, Yes, I'm running to her like a river's song, She gives me love, love, love, love, crazy love…” #music #VanMorrison
Van Morrison: Just Like A Woman (Live Pacific High Studios)
Van Morrison - Moondance, Brown Eyed Girl, Gloria, Days Like These...Lob his music!
Van Morrison Into the Mystic, Moondance, Brown Eyed Girl, Gloria, etc. - some of my very favorite songs ever
Brown Eyed Girl Lyrics - Van Morrison -
Love me some Van the Man!
I know you do. :)
Shout out to my own brown eyed girl.
You have a great eye for photography :)
Van Morrison in 1965 25 songs
I wanna rock your gypsy soul...Van Morrison
Van Morrison recording Astral Weeks
Van Morrison - Sweet Thing - 1968 Album=Astral Weeks Song Lyrics
Love this song. Can't even explain how it makes me feel when I hear it. Timeless...
My heart swells with joy at the first notes of this tune....
Amber Steciuk oh my heart
Jim Morrison, 1965 / Photographed by Guy Webster
Jim Morrison what a man, what a man,what a man, what a mighty fine man!
Wow he is a winner!
FREEDOM IS JUST ANOTHER WORD FOR NOTHING LEFT TO LOSE...IT AIN'T NOTHIN HONEY IF IT AIN'T FREE! - JANIS JOPLIN
So glad I got to see her perform... all the way back in August 1967!
Call me "jealous"!! That is awesome!
She played a free concert in Forest Park the following day, Sunday afternoon...Unfortunately I didn't make that one...
Janis may have sung this line, but she didn't write it. It was written by Kris Kristopherson
Thanks, Michele King! And Janis, She embodied those words of Kris'!
I READ THE NEWS TODAY OH BOY - A Day in the Life - The Beatles
American singer, songwriter, pianist, arranger, and civil rights activist: Eunice Kathleen Waymon "NINA SIMONE" (February 21, 1933–April 21, 2003) IMAGE: Nina Simone performing at Ronnie Scott's, London 9 January 1984.
Thelonious Monk rehearsing in a New York loft with saxophonists Phil Woods and Charlie Rouse, 1959.