A John and Yoko Kind of Love

My friend Georg penned these words. You can substitute the word “romance” for the word “love”.

I want a John and Yoko kind of love.
The kind that’s more important than the world’s most famous band…
The kind of love that even your best friends can’t understand;
Imagine screams that turn to music, all from just a touch…
I want a John and Yoko kind of love.

I want a George and Gracie kind of love.
The kind of love that recognizes what’s worth waiting for,
Where death itself is not enough to even up the score.
The kind that after 80 years is still just warming up…
I want a George and Gracie kind of love.

I want the kind of love
I never dreamed that I could give:
Finally now, I think I’m strong enough.
It’s not a love you talk about,
It’s the kind you’ve got to live;
I’m looking for a forever kind of love…

I want Bacall and Bogart’s kind of love.
The kind of love the leaves your faith in miracles restored.
Where both know what it means to be both wanted and adored.
Where what you are together’s so much more than just the sum…
I want Bacall and Bogart’s kind of love.

I want the kind of love
I never dreamed that I could give:
Finally now, I think I’m strong enough.
It’s not a love you talk about,
It’s the kind you’ve got to live;
I’m looking for a forever kind of love…

I want a Chip/Joanna kind of love.
Where one’s the plow, and the other is content to be the mule.
The kind where both are strong, yet either one can play the fool–
Knowing in the end those labels just don’t matter much:
I want a Chip/Joanna …

I want a George and Gracie …

I want a John and Yoko kind of love.

©2018, Georg Williams/LA Lyric Music

Thanks Georg. That’s what I want and maybe what you want. You can realize it if you and your sweetheart will work together in the same direction.

Robert, a hopeless romantic

You’re welcome to quote this blog. I only request to acknowledge the source.

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