“Reflections of my Life” #JusJoJan

Janet gave us reflection for today’s prompt, and probably knew what I’d do with it… From 1969, The Marmalade, “Reflections of my Life.”

Courtesy of AZLyrics, here are the words, written by William Campbell and Thomas MacAleese:

The changing of sunlight to moonlight
Reflections of my life
Oh, how they fill my eyes
The greetings of people in trouble
Reflections of my life
Oh, how they fill my eyes

All my sorrow
Sad tomorrow
Take me back to my old home
All my crying (all my crying)
Feel I’m dying, dying
Take me back to my old home

I’m changing, arranging
I’m changing, I’m changing everything
Ah, everything around me
The world is a bad place
A bad place, a terrible place to live
Oh, but I don’t wanna die

All my sorrow
Sad tomorrow
Take me back to my old home
All my crying (all my crying)
Feel I’m dying, dying
Take me back to my old home
All my sorrow (all my sorrow)
Sad tomorrow
Take me back (take me back) to my old home
All my crying (all my crying)
Feel I’m dying…

Hope that puts you in a reflective mood.

And now, here’s Barbara Feldon for Top Brass hair dressing for men by Revlon. Medicated to fight dandruff!

6 thoughts on ““Reflections of my Life” #JusJoJan

  1. This song was a favorite of my high school friend Marvin. I paid more attention to the song after he mentioned it to me and I agreed it was a good song then and still is now. I love this kind of music.

    Arlee Bird
    Tossing It Out

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