November 12th – Founder of Readers Digest born – “For whom the bell tolls”

In 1889, the founder of #ReadersDigest was born.  He published hundreds of abridged books and I bet one of them was this one by #Hemingway#singing;#feelgood

For whom the bell tolls

I stumble in the night
Never really knew what it would’ve been like
You’re no longer there to
Break my fall
The heartache over you
I gave it everything but I couldn’t get through
I never saw the signs
You’re the last to know when love is blindAll the tears and the turbulent years
When I would not wait for no one
I didn’t stop, take a look at myself
And see me losing you

[CHORUS]
When the lonely heart breaks
It’s the one that forsakes
It’s the dream that we stole
And I’m missing you more
And the fire that will roar
There’s a hole in my soul
For you it’s goodbye
And for me it’s to cry
For whom the bell tolls

Seen you in a magazine
A picture at a party
Where you shouldn’t have been
Hangin’ on the arm of someone else
I’m still in love with you
Won’t you come back to your little boy blue
I’ve come to feel inside
This precious love was never mine
Now I know but a little too late
That I could not live without you
In the dark of the broad daylight
I promise I’ll be there

[CHORUS]

I never knew there’d be times like this
When I couldn’t reach out to no one
Am I never gonna find someone
That knows me like you do
Are you leaving me a helpless child
When it took so long to save me
Fight the devil and the deep blue sea
I’ll follow you anywhere
I promise I’ll be there

[REPEAT CHORUS/FADE]

12-11 Bee Gees For whom the bell tolls

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