FCS Daily Music Video – ‘I’d Really Love to See You Tonight’ England Dan and John Ford Coley’ (1976)


England Dan & John Ford Coley were an American soft rock duo composed of Danny Wayland “England Dan” Seals and John Edward “John Ford” Coley, active throughout the 1970s. Native Texans, they are best known for their 1976 single “I’d Really Love to See You Tonight

Hello, yeah it’s been awhile
Not much how ’bout you?
I’m not sure why I called
But guess I really just wanted to talk to you

And I was thinking maybe later on
We could get together for awhile
It’s been such a long time
And I really do miss your smile

I’m not talking ’bout movin’ in
And I don’t wanna change your life
But there’s a warm wind blowing,
The stars are out, and I’d really love to see you tonight.

We could go walking through a windy park
Or take a drive along the beach
Or stay at home and watch TV
You see it really doesn’t matter much to me

I’m not talking ’bout movin’ in
And I don’t wanna change your life
But there’s a warm wind blowing,
The stars are out, and I’d really love to see you tonight.

I won’t ask for promises
So you don’t have to lie
We’ve both played that game before
Say I love you then
Say goodbye

I’m not talking ’bout movin’ in
And I don’t wanna change your life
But there’s a warm wind blowing,
The stars are out, and I’d really love to see you tonight.

I’m not talking ’bout movin’ in
And I don’t wanna change your life
But there’s a warm wind blowing,
The stars are out, and I’d really love to see you tonight.



Don Matthews
January 2021



Published by donmatthewspoetry

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