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Love You For A Long Time Acoustic

She has missed him so badly that it makes you think she is a little crazy herself. The young man offers her long-distance love as well as encouragement to keep hanging in there for two more years until they can be together again. This song was written two years after Clapton's four-year old son, Conor, fell from a window of a 53rd-floor New York apartment building.

In the years since, Clapton dealt with his grief by writing this Grammy-nominated song and by making public service announcements for childproofing windows and staircases. For many people the effects of a broken relationship linger. So says this song in which a man still wonders why his lover left, as he desperately struggles with his memories of her. He misses her and is having a hard time moving on because everywhere he goes there are reminders of her sweet tenderness.

While traveling on business, the narrator calls home when his child asks, "Daddy when you comin' home? However, there is comfort in knowing that your loved one watches over you from above.

News , Gwyneth Paltrow—who was married to Chris Martin from to —told Howard Stern in a interview that the song was "about him trying to put me back together after my dad died. The original song is from the musical, The Music Man and was first written in by Meredith Wilson. Paul McCartney takes the lead on vocals, supported by George Harrison who plays the guitar solo and John Lennon who performs double duty on acoustic guitar.

The vocals and guitar strings are complemented by the bongo beat, played by Ringo Starr. Consider playing it during dinner or cocktail hour. The song debuted in and was originally from Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part 1. Its tranquil-sounding instrumentals—which are complemented by Perri's almost-otherwordly vocals and romantic lyrics— make it an ideal song for your processional or first dance. A few days prior, he took to Twitter to describe Beyonce's voice in "XO" "real and raw.

Today, critics and fans continue to rave about Mayer's sweet and simple take on the timeless love song, which makes for an incredible first dance tune. But, Jake Coco breathes new life into the classic song with his acoustic version. This slowed-down cover sounds like a dreamy romantic ballad, making it a more-than-worthy choice for a first dance song. However, this was hardly the first time that "Higher Love" was covered.

In fact, the song was first released by Steve Winwood in The song skyrocketed in popularity when Whitney Houston released her own version in Nineteen years later, Kygo released a remastered version of Houston's cover. It's from the singer-songwriter's fourth studio album, Naive, which was released in The lyrics are typical for what you'd expect from any love song and read like a beautiful cross between a romantic poem and a wedding vow.