One day
We'll find the time
To spend, together
Until then, my love

If I had one wish
It wouldn't be hard to choose
Seven Sundays in a row
Cause that's the day
That I spend with you

Someday soon,
You and I
Will hold each other
Once again, my love

If I had one wish
It wouldn't be hard to choose
Seven Sundays in a row
Seven Sundays in a row
Seven Sundays in a row
Cause that's the day
That I spend with you

If I had one wish
It wouldn't be hard to choose


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Seven Sundays Lyrics as written by Nuno Bettencourt Gary F. Cherone

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    I've always thought this song conveyed an interesting double-meaning. It leans toward the committed love between a man and woman: "You and I will hold each-other..."

    But Sunday... that day has such significance!

    And there I connect with the singer's longing for the end to this endless separation. To hold and be held. Finally! To embrace True love. Perfectly and Eternally. A love so meaningful and deep and everlasting, it makes that torturous separation seem as fleeting as tears in the rain.

    For now -- and though it's merely once a week -- we have our Sundays...

    -Pie

    EatingPieon October 06, 2013   Link

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