Lyrically- Save The Best For Last

   When you hear the term “old school music” what era do you think of? 1950’s? 1980’s? 2000s? Most times the answer is closely linked to your age.

I don’t consider any song done after 2000 AD (the great Y2K) as old, you can imagine my shock when my much younger cousin described Nelly and Kelly’s Dilemma as “old school”.

Today’s song was done in the early 1990s, I grew up with it and I do not consider it ” old school” :-p Most people know Vanessa Williams from Ugly Betty but do not know that she was and still is a singer and a one time Miss America.

“Save The Best For Last”

Sometimes the snow comes down in June
Sometimes the sun goes round the moon
I see the passion in your eyes
Sometimes it’s all a big surprise

‘Cause there was a time when all I did was wish
You’d tell me this was love
It’s not the way I hoped or how I planned
But somehow it’s enough

And now we’re standing face-to-face
Isn’t this world a crazy place?
Just when I thought our chance had passed
You go and save the best for last

All of the nights you came to me
When some silly girl had set you free
You wondered how you’d make it through
I wondered what was wrong with you

‘Cause how could you give your love to someone else
And share your dreams with me
Sometimes the very thing you’re looking for
Is the one thing you can’t see

But now we’re standing face-to-face
Isn’t this world a crazy place?
Just when I thought our chance had passed
You go and save the best for last

la da da da – da da.-

Sometimes the very thing you’re looking for
Is the one thing you can’t see

Sometimes the snow comes down in June
Sometimes the sun goes round the moon
Just when I thought our chance had passed
You go and save the best for last

You went and saved the best for last
Yeah…

I’ve been down with fever, malaria being the most probable cause- I rarely do tests because I detest needles and drawing blood from me requires expertise at the job… Most lab guys lack that.

I’ll be back to active blogging (if you can call my haphazard blogging, active) next week.

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7 Comments

  1. Awwww…i had this song in my song book back in secondary school. And i loved it.
    Considering the era we are in, I’ll still call it old school.

    Reply

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