In My Brain, See Your Face Again

I honestly thought it was going to be a love theme for today. So I had to pick a love song to fit with the theme which includes “brain”. The song is a sensation “To Love Somebody” and I have chosen a recording by Nina Simone.

Credits: Barry Alan Gibb, Robin Hugh Gibb, and Scott William Matthew

There’ a light
A certain kind of light
It’s never shown on me
I want my whole life to be
Lived with you
Lived with you

There’s a way
Everybody say
Do each and every little thing
What good does it bring
If I ain’t got you If I ain’t got you
If I ain’t got you If I ain’t got you

You don’t know
What it’s like
Baby you don’t know
What it’s like
To love somebody
To love somebody
The way I love you

In my brain
See your face again
I know my frame of mind
You ain’t got to be so blind
And I’m blind so blind

But I’m a woman
Can’t you see what I am
I live and breathe for you
What good does it do
If I ain’t got you If I ain’t got you
If I ain’t got you If I ain’t got you

Say you don’t know
What it’s like
Baby you don’t know what it’s like
To love somebody
To love somebody
The way I love you

Oh’a, you don’t know
What it’s like
Baby you don’t know
What it’s like
To love somebody
To love somebody
The way I love you

18 thoughts on “In My Brain, See Your Face Again”

    1. Wow – he would have been amazing.
      I find Nina Simone’s voice gives me shivers – she was special, and a song like this seems all the more profound for her recording it. I absolutely acknowledge the incredible song-writing talent of the Gibbs Brothers – they wrote some of my favourite songs – but I do not like their sound when they perform some of their own songs.

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  1. Wow! I know this song very well, but I don’t think I have heard Nina Simone’s cover – it is amazing. I think I have heard Michael what’s his name??? I can’t remember – not Michael Ball – the other one – singing it.

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