"I Do" as written by and Natasha Khan....
Tomorrow, you will ask me if I do
Know that the sorrow will drop away
Like June, from a flower in bloom

When you say "I do"
When you say "I do"

Tomorrow, you will take me for your bride
And know that the grey skies will blow away
We're forever and I feel it inside

When you say "I do"
When you say "I do"
When you say "I do"


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"I Do" as written by Natasha Khan

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    Song MeaningI think that when I wrote "I Do," which was the first song, I was still seduced by the idea of romantic love. We're all seduced by the idea of romantic love and finding that person that completes you and that whole thing of this person will rescue me and I'll never be sad again. It's so ridiculous, but it's something that we all pretend that we don't think about but want. It's a very human longing, but I don't think that it's necessarily the most healthy or most realistic way of looking at love.Having gone through the bride's journey by writing these songs and performing them live, I think that it's about a choice and it's about balance, finding a balance between the need for community, the need for connection through intimacy and to be vulnerable in the face of someone else and to find your individuality whether you're with someone or not and to be open to love and companionship [without] becoming codependent and giving up on the ideas like going on holiday alone, being able to say what you really want, or maintain your individual perspective on things, to not shrivel into a vulnerable heap or trying to control another person.

    Source: lennyletter.com/culture/interviews/a441/music-monday-an-interview-with-bat-for-lashes/
    BatLoveron February 08, 2017   Link

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