Aparna (inspirethoughts) wrote,
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Magic In Tunes: 10/19/2015 - Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?

This song has been reprised by many great singers but I love the Rod Stewart version better, may be because he looks so sexy in this. **Wicked Grin**. It was originally  written by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison and recorded for his 1989 album Avalon Sunset. For his 1991 album Vagabond Heat as well as for his 1993 live version album, Unplugged…And Seated, Rod used this song which topped the charts. Here's the live version of the song. Did I mention he's sexy? **Wicked Grin**



Lyrics in English:

Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?
Have I Told You There's No One Else Above You?
Fill My Heart With Gladness, Take Away All My Sadness
Ease My Troubles, That's What You Do

For The Morning Sun In All It's Glory
Meets The Day With Hope And Comfort Too
You Fill My Life With Laughter, Somehow You Make It Better
Ease My Troubles, That's What You Do

There's A Love Less Defined
And Its Yours And Its Mine
Like The Sun
And At The End Of The Day
We Should Give Thanks And Pray
To The One, To The One

Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?
Have I Told You There's No One Else Above You?
Fill My Heart With Gladness, Take Away All My Sadness
Ease My Troubles, That's What You Do

There's A Love Less Defined
And Its Yours And Its Mine
Like The Sun
And At The End Of The Day
We Should Give Thanks And Pray
To The One, To The One

Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?
Have I Told You There's No One Else Above You?
Fill My Heart With Gladness, Take Away All My Sadness
Ease My Troubles, That's What You Do

Take Away All My Sadness, Fill My Life With Gladness
Ease My Troubles, That's What You Do
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