love came here

love came here
post written & created
by jk the secret keeper
posted 01.21.13

love came here
sung by lhasa de sela

serendipity brought this song to me. a close friend i once knew visited this through a spirit and i found it at my door step. it is such an amazing song. i became hypnotized. the rhythm drew me in and my body just was caught into the movement of the music. i was so mesmerized. i had to have it. i had to know who was this amazing singer. here was someone that i would truly like to follow. sadly, i discovered who she was. i use the word “was” for the reason that she died on New Year’s Eve January 1st, 2010 from that bloody fucking disease “cancer.” sad and so much potential. this song will haunt you. i put it on repeat on my walkman mp3 to get the lyrics the hard way. i didn’t want to track them down on the internet. i wanted to learn them through lhasa de sela’s voice. read the lyrics or just follow them as you listen to the music video but also be sure to watch the music video first. it draws you in. it is extremely mesmerizing and artistically creative. after you’ve done that enough then follow reading the lyrics. i do hope you get close to or even more feeling than i did from this truly hauntingly beautiful song and the singing of lhasa de sela. her spirit is in her song and singing. — jk the secret keeper

love came here
by lhasa de sela

there is no end
to this story
no final blow
or glory
love came here
and never left

now that my heart
is open
it can’t be closed
or broken
love came here
and never left

now i’ll have to live
with loving you forever
although our days
of living life together
of living life
together
are over

there’s nothing here
to throw away
i came to you
in light of day
and love came here
and never left

and love came here
and never left


love came here—lhasa de sela

“People fall so in love with their pain, they can’t leave it behind. The same as the stories they tell. We trap ourselves.” ― Chuck Palahniuk, Haunted

“A scene should be selected by the writer for haunted-ness-of-mind interest. If you’re not haunted by something, as by a dream, a vision, or a memory, which are involuntary, you’re not interested or even involved.” ― Jack Kerouac, Book of Sketches

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