Turning and turning the world goes by

29 Aug

(As transcribed from: “Engelbert Humperdinck: His Greatest Hits”) Turning and turning The world goes on. We can’t change it, my friend. Let us go riding all through the days, Together to the end, to the end. Les bicyclettes de Belsize Carry us side by side And hand in hand we will ride, Over Belsize. Turn your magical eyes. Round and around, Looking at all we found. Carry us through the skies, Les bicyclettes de Belsize. Spinning and spinning, The dreams I know, Rolling on through my head. Let us enjoy them, before they go. Come the dawn, they all are dead. Yes, they’re dead. Les bicyclettes de Belsize Carry us side by side And hand in hand we will ride Over Belsize. Turn your magical eyes. Round and around, Lookin’ at all we found. Carry us through the skies, Les bicyclettes de Belsize.

The best part of being 16 is you feel like you can become anyone, you can achieve anything. The worst part of growing up is realising you cannot. At 30 as you will take a stock of your life it will shout “Bazinga”
I know what my faithful readers are thinking – ” yet another depressing post” No it’s not. I wanted to write this morning to think about how simple life is and how we complicate it? How straight the path in front of us is and how we entangle it? How magical our future is and how dull we make it? As I listen to our forefathers choice of music and one of my favourite artist Mr. Engelbert Humperdinck I realise how melodious life is And how precious time is. We ought to do each day what we love to do the most. If we ain’t doing that – forget what the world will say, even if you 60 and want to climb the Himalayas get up and get going. Cause “Turning and turning The world goes on. We can’t change it, my friend. “

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