1. Have I told you lately that I love you – One of my favorite love songs by Guy and Ralna
Today I was singing “Have I told you lately that I love you” and so I thought I would do a section on Guy and Ralna singing this favorite love song. This is one of the first love songs I heard my mother sing when I was a little boy. The way these folks sing is so beautiful to me.
Many times I imagine how Elvis would sing this song, and I swing the guitar around. Unfortunately, I have never seen him do it. This is definitely one of my all time favorite love songs.
3. True love
When Guy and Ralna sing favorite love songs, I think it is the closest you can ever get to the real thing.
4. Let it be me
I heard the Everly Brothers sing this one when I was a teenager, so it brings back lots of lovely memories.
Their songs seem to span the decades. I heard this one many times on the radio by the Fab Four.
One of my favorite love songs by Don Williams.
7. Bye bye love
I remember singing this one at the Salisbury Rock Band Contest back in 1964. It was lots of fun, even though it is a sad song.
This one makes me think of being on a tropical island.
Going back to make new memories.
10. Don’t sit under the apple tree
Here’s another one that takes me back to my childhood. My mother was involved in the Second World War, and she often sang it.
A Johnny Cash special from Folsom Prison.
12. Let me be there
Olivia would be proud!
We first heard this song by Pat Boone’s daughter when we went to his show in Johannesburg. It is so beautiful how they relate it to their daughter. To each of us, songs stir up certain feelings and memories.
14. I can’t help falling in love with you
Take my hand, take my whole life too! That is true love!
I first heard this song at a Four Jacks and a Jill concert in the Bulawayo City Hall, back in the 60’s.
I first heard this one by Cliff Richard.
17. Only you
Guy and Ralna sing every song well.
18. There’s no place like home
19. Moon over Miami
I love the old fashioned clothing.
About a hundred times or more, I have put links to songs on the YouTube, only to find they have later been taken off. Maybe people are uploading pirate copies, or maybe it’s the Pirates of the Caribbean that are taking them. If you see Johnny Depp, please ask him if he has seen the songs!