Rough Love.

Rough Draft Versions of Famous Love Songs:

I’m Pretty Sure I Will Always Love You

I Would Like To Know What This Emotion That Consists Of Romantic Attraction Is

I Would Prefer That You Not Break My Heart

A Melody Which Has Had Its Chains Removed And Let’s Not Discuss How They Got There In The First Place

The Second Time I Saw Your Face

That Is The Driving Force That Creates The Forward Propulsion Of Love

My Heart, As Well As All Of My Other Vital Organs, Will Go On

I’ll Remain Upright In Close Proximity To You

I Was Thinking Of You Whenever I Was Sober

I Forgot Your Birthday So Here’s Something I Actually Wrote For Money

I Would Call Just To Say I Love You But Forgot Your Number

Could We Get Some Kind Of Device To Measure The Depth Of Your Romantic Feelings?

What’s Love Got To Do With Anything, Really?

Mentally Disturbed Little Thing Called Love

Could You Give Me A Ride? I’m Trying To Get To A Town Called Funky. No, I’m Serious. Won’t You?

 

14 Comments

  1. Arionis

    Good ones Chris. I only had to click on two of them to figure out the originals.

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    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      And you’re probably glad I didn’t rickroll you on any of them.

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      1. Arionis

        Ha! The rickroll rulez!

        Reply
  2. BarbaraM

    Clicked on Unchained Melody and got up and slow danced with my husband. Thanks for the memories!

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    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      That’s funny, I could have sworn the link for that one was supposed to go to a completely different song.

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  3. Jay

    I had to click on one too – nicely put together!

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    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      I wish I knew which one because then I would have sent you to something completely different.

      Reply
  4. Allison

    A lot of good tunes. Ain’t love grand?

    Reply
    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      Love is indeed grand as many great poets have taught us through the centuries.

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  5. Ann Koplow

    I’m pretty sure I will always love your blog, Chris.

    Reply
    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      And I’m certain that your comments will always make me happy.

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      1. Ann Koplow

        That vide makes me very happy! Thanks, Chris.

        Reply
  6. giac mcley

    as heraclitus tells us, 1 plus 1 equals a plus b, because there’s only ever one exemplar of anything. as denise lasalle tells us, 1 plus 2 equals a cheeky blues song.

    Reply
    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

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