I love you more today than I did yesterday, and less than I will tomorrow!!
We can explain why all we need is love in few words, and many songs.
“LOVE MOVES MOUTAINS”
Love is a universal need. Love in a context is a virtue, that represents affection, compassion, romance, devotion and emotional proximity in every human been. Love transcends from a sentiment that manifest to our soul and to our minds.
From Science point of view love seems to be a primitive instinct of survival, never the less love is a magical experience that happens between people. To be able to love is a goal, lofty and worthy enough to sustain our long journey along the path, drawing us ever forward.
156 countries sing together - All You Need is Love!
Did Adam and Eve love each other?
The first recorded poetry in the Bible: Bone of my bones" and "flesh of my flesh" and "they shall become one flesh" In Genesis 2:23-2:24 “they shall become one flesh"
Is God speaking. After all, "God is love" so you wouldn't expect him to create the only two people in the world in such a way as they could only tolerate each other. Adam must have loved Eve dearly, maybe more that she loved him, because he was her protector, her mentor, her guardian, and even shared a rib with her.
"When the night has come, and the land is dark, and the moon is the only light we´ll see...I won´t be afraid as you stand by me.
Playing for Change is a multimedia music project, created by the American producer and sound engineer Mark Johnson seeking musicians from all over the world to come together to bring love and music through out the world.
How much you loved?
In the end, only three things matter; how much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you.
LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED
Written by: John Lennon and recorded in June 14, 1967.
The idea was to create the world's first international live broadcast using then-new satellite technology. The group were approached to write and perform a new song for the live telecast; in two weeks, John Lennon came up with this song, supposedly constructed around a word every language understood: love. (Reports differ on whether the song was actually written prior to the offer, or whether Paul McCartney also attempted to create a song for the event.)
It was decided early on that the song would be played and sung "live" to a pre-recorded backing track, the scope of the production being so vast. On June 14, a guide track was laid down featuring John on harpsichord, Paul on bass violin, George on violin, and Ringo on tambourine. Drums, piano, and John on lead vocal and banjo were overdubbed on the 19th, along with some editing; orchestral overdubs along with additional instruments were added on the 23rd and 24th.
"What the World Needs Now Is Love”
A popular son recorded in 1965, with lyrics by Hal David and music composed by Burt Bacharach.