Love Song of the Week

For this weeks song I’m taking you all way back to 1978, the song is La-la means I love you by the Delfonics. I love the oldies because of their simplicity and sincerity. There’s not a lot of bells and whistles just the lyrics. This particular song I first heard on the oldies station Magic 92.5 as a kid. My parents radios very rarely strayed from 92.5, so now these songs that came out long before I was born bring back so many memories. This song was one of my favorites as a kid because of the chorus, but now I love it because the lyrics are so sweet. A man is telling a woman he knows other men have tried to impress her with lines, and she hasn’t given them a shot, but he’s different from them. He actually loves her, he may not be a lot on the surface but he loves her. He’s very sincere in his declaration and I love that.


Author: Tawni

Tawni is a California girl currently loving her life in Atlanta,GA. When she isn’t daydreaming or buried in a book, you’ll find her brunching with friends or seeing her favorite bands. As an aspiring writer and lover of all things creative, she hopes to inspire people to not only "exist" but live purpose filled lives.

6 thoughts on “Love Song of the Week”

  1. What a fabulous idea! Love Songs of the Week is so perfect. Will you be doing it as an on going venture? I actually was thinking about that this very morning. I was listening to my MP3 player while making breakfast, and came across “I Will Always Love You,” and thought wouldn’t it be great to have a weekly love song, and here I have come across just that!

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  2. Oh I love Stevie Nicks! Which song did you post about… oh wait! I can look for it, can’t I? lol
    Have you considered having an event, and have people post on their own blogs what love song they would choose on that day, and link it back to your site, the event hub? Of course, I’d have such a hard time finding my favorite, because the song I’m listening to is actually my favorite song of the moment.

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