Reds and Pinks

by Lizzie Langston

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Jacklyn Livingston This is such a beautiful song that promotes true, committed love. It's perfect for Valentines Day!
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I began writing this song 5 years ago the night my now husband (then boyfriend) told me he that he loved me for the firs time. Now, 2 years into our marriage, I finished it. The song is meant to portray commitment in marriage as "where its at", and poke a little bit of fun toward the attitude of never wanting to settle down.

lyrics

Thank you for
being who
I wanted you to be
You came along
and I knew
that you were the one for me

Well some people say
That love fades away
And reds and pinks turn into greys
They say love is war
and life is short
So live it free, don’t give your heart

Well to them, well to them, well to them
I say no, no no no
Baby come hold me close and we’ll give them a show
Our love is alive, we’re steady as we go
We’re not looking back
So to them I say

Our eyes met
That frosty night
Soft by the winter weather
You kissed my lips
And held me tight
And I knew it was forever

Well some people say
That love fades away
And reds and pinks turn into greys
They say love is war and life is short
So live it free, don’t give your heart

Well to them, well to them, well to them
I say no, no no no
Baby come hold me close and we’ll give them a show
Our love is alive, we’re steady as we go
We’re not looking back --

So take me, I’m yours
Embrace me forever
To you, Love, I’m bound
To you, Love, I surrender
To you, Love, I surrender
To you, Love, I surrender

credits

released February 9, 2015
Written by Lizzie Langston
Arranged by John Pratt and Paul Green
Produced by John Pratt
Piano by Paul Green
Recorded and Mixed at Cool Little Studio - Mesa, AZ
Mastered by Dallas Rowley - Nashville, TN

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Lizzie Langston Mesa, Arizona

Lizzie Langston literally stops and smells the roses. She wrote her first song at 11 years old, and decided to share her music with the public in May of 2014. If you do not know Lizzie, you will come to know her through her music, as it directly reflects who she is. ... more

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