Monday, October 27, 2008

EVERYWHERE



I Wanna Be With You Everywhere - Fleetwood Mac

Another one of my favourite songs, set as a soundtrack to a video based on the romantic poem "The Highwayman" by Alfred Noyes (1880 - 1958).

19 comments:

The Mess said...

Nice song, and one of my favourite bands. I was almost in love with Stevie Nicks sexy voice..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YEi7GPkxfsE

/t. said...

here,
there,
& everywhere

within & without you

(beatles)

¤ ¤ ¤

/t.

puerileuwaite said...

Okay, but would you at least consider an exception for public restrooms? Also, I'm thinking this desire could also (further) compromise my effectiveness at work. Maybe in general we still will need to define boundaries.

foam said...

now i'm gonna have to read the highwayman poem. but i don't mind..

nice song, btw..
somefolks are with us in our thoughts all the time..

Pete Bogs said...

some good later era Fleetwood Mac there... I lost interest when Christine McVie quit...

The Phosgene Kid said...

Tusk Rules!!

ANNA-LYS said...

A favo of mine too!

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dianne said...

Hi M my dear, yes they are one of my favourite bands,what a great sound they have; thanks for the link I really like 'Dreams'.

Stevie Nicks, yes I think a lot of guys were in love with her ! ♥ :) xoxoxo

dianne said...

/t. my dearest, with the right person and the one you love, together almost 'everywhere' and 'every place'. :) ♥ xoxoxo

dianne said...

Yes Puggles my love,we would have to define some boundaries, I wouldn't want to be with you in the rest room and if I was at work with you then you wouldn't get any work done,'cause I wouldn't be able to resist you or stop kissing you and cuddling you...Sigh. ♥ xoxoxox ;)

dianne said...

Yes Foamie my sweet girl, it is a nice song, I think they have a great sound, their voices compliment each others.
'The Highwayman' is quite a long poem, but it is very descriptive and paints some lovely images if you let your imagination take hold.
I studied the poem in English Literature in year 6.
I have posted a link for you here, Loreena McKennitt has put it to music along with a few other poems from her 'Dead Poets' collection as she calls them. :) ♥ xoxo

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2CFM4ev-g8

dianne said...

Pete my dear I think they are great, been a favourite band of mine for a long time.:)
If you like Christine McVie then you would really like 'Dont Stop'(thinking about tomorrow) live, you too Phos my sweet, as it features Tusk. :) xoxox ♥
Link below.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBKkwxCV5ls

dianne said...

So glad you liked the song dear Anna-Lys and thanks for the 'thanks', Lol. :) xoxox ♥

Have you been back to check my music post 'Sway for Pug', October 11, I think you will enjoy the music video?

Little Lamb said...

Is Fleetwood Mac still around?

dianne said...

Yes they are Lil Lambie my dear but not with all of the original band members. :) ♥ xoxox

ANNA-LYS said...

Hmmm

Have I ever told You that I love Your engaged comments!

foam said...

dianne,
thanks for providing the link..
that was very thoughtful.
mckennit does do a very lovely rendition of the poem. there's nothing like a good tale of lost love gone a haunting .. :)

dianne said...

Thank you dear Anna-Lys , did you mean you find my comments 'engaging', if so that is a nice compliment. :) ♥ xoxox

dianne said...

You are most welcome Foamie , my sweet friend, yes it is a sad tale indeed, his words which are descriptive anyway set to her beautiful music and voice make for a lovely musical & visual experience. ♥
:) xoxoxo