FCS Daily Music Video – ‘I Love You’ Climax Blues Band (1981)

Climax Blues Band (originally known as The Climax Chicago Blues Band) is a British blues rock band. The band was formed in Stafford, England, in 1967 by vocalist and harmonica player Colin Cooper (1939–2008), guitarist and vocalist Pete Haycock (1951–2013), guitarist Derek Holt (b. 1949), bassist and keyboardist Richard Jones (b. 1949), drummer George Newsome (b. 1947), and keyboardist Arthur Wood (1929–2005)

Lyrics below

When I was younger man
I hadn’t a care
Foolin’ around
Hitting the town
Growing my hair

You came along
And stole my heart
When you entered my life

Ooh, babe, you got what it takes
So I made you my wife

Since then I never looked back
It’s almost like living a dream
And, ooh, I love you

You came along
From far away
And found me here

I was playin’ around
Feeling down
Hittin’ the beer

You picked me up
From off the floor
And gave me a smile

You said, you’re much too young
Your life ain’t begun
Let’s walk for awhile

And as my head was spinnin’ ’round
I gazed into your eyes
And thought, ooh, I want you

Thank you, babe, for being a friend
And shinin’ your light in my life
‘Cause, ooh, I need you

As my head was comin’ round
I gazed into your eyes
And thought, ooh, I want you

Thanks again for being my friend
And straightenin’ out my life
‘Cause, ooh, I need you

Since then I never looked back
It’s almost like livin’ a dream
Ooh, I got you

If ever a man had it all
It would have to be me
And, ooh, I love you

Don Matthews
March 2021




Published by donmatthewspoetry

I just like playing round with words. And having fun

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