What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Heart’s On Fire


passenger“Well, I don’t have many, and I don’t have much.
In fact I don’t have any, but I got enough.” -Passenger, “Heart’s On Fire”

This week’s musical discovery calls to mind falling leaves and crisp days and the smell of cider on the stove. In other words, it’s the perfect November love song. Give it a try. I think you’ll like it.

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

5 thoughts on “Heart’s On Fire

  1. Beautiful song. I love his voice. I especially like the quote.

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  2. I wasn’t a fan of his last hit song (though that may have been down to its ubiquity) but I rather like this one. I agree with you about its atmosphere: it’s a hot cup of tea and a good book beside a fire kind of a song. It’s the type of song I would have sung to my babies. I didn’t do lullabies so they were soothed to sleep with folk songs and country ballads. This could have padded out my repertoire.

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  3. Pretty song. Laura’s comment made me think of what I sang to our kiddos when they were babies (now 25 and 28 years old). Bobby and Danielle heard the Beach Boys, Madonna, lots of Queen, ELO, some punk rock, a dab of country, and a smidgen of Metal. Yes, even Judas Priest sounds pretty when you sing it softly.


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