Line(s) of the Day #ItMustHaveBeenLove

It must have been love

It must have been love but it’s over now.
It must have been good but I lost it somehow.
It must have been love but it’s over now.
From the moment we touched ’til the time had run out.

Taken from the song It Must Have Been Love by Swedish band Roxette. Originally released in 1987, a slightly edited version appeared in 1990 as part of the Pretty Woman soundtrack and became their third US number one. The second of these was another classic, Listen to Your Heart.

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Line(s) of the Day #HomeAlone

home-alone-buzz-and-meganMegan McCallister: You’re not at all worried that something might happen to Kevin?
Buzz McCallister: No, for three reasons: A, I’m not that lucky. Two, we use smoke detectors and D, we live on the most boring street in the whole United States of America, where nothing even remotely dangerous will ever happen. Period.

Hillary Wolf and Devin Ratray in festive favourite Home Alone (1990). Written by John Hughes, best known for his 80s coming of age comedy dramas, the story tells of a boy left alone by mistake over Christmas and needing to protect his home from two burglars.

Line(s) of the Day #NothingCompares2U

Noothing Compares 2U

I could put my arms around every boy I see
But they’d only remind me of you

Taken from the song Nothing Compares 2U by Irish singer Sinead O’Connor from her second album I Do Not Want What I Haven’t Got (1990). Originally written by Prince for his side project The Family, the song later achieved huge success and topped both sides of the Atlantic.