♬ DAVID GUETTA – If You Really Love Me (How Will I Know) (Extended)

LYRIC

Lookin’ back
Lookin’ back at the past
And what we had, oh-oh
And I hate the fact
We can’t turn back ’cause what I did
It hurt you bad, oh


And I know that I did you wrong
Know that I led you on
Know that I did you wrong
(Did you wrong, did you wrong)
But I was runnin’ blind
And I wish I took the time
To really ask you how you feel
So tell me now


How will I know if you really love me?
I say a prayer with every heartbeat
I fall in love whenever we meet
How will I know?
How will I know?


How will I know?
How will I know?
How will I know?
How will I know?
[Verse 2]
Every night
I’m runnin’ wild to heal the scars
And clear my mind, oh yeah
But it’s hard to find
The space I need to contemplate
That you’re not mine anymore


And I know that I did you wrong
Know that I led you on
Know that I did you wrong
(Did you wrong, did you wrong)
But I was runnin’ blind
And I wish I took the time
To really ask you how you feel
So tell me now


How will I know if you really love me?
I say a prayer with every heartbeat
I fall in love whenever we meet
How will I know? (How will I know?)
How will I know?


How will I know?
How will I know?
How will I know?
How will I know?
[Bridge]
Oh, can you tell me?
I need to know, I need to know
How will I know if you really love me?
How will I know?
How will I know?


How will I know if you really love me?
I say a prayer with every heartbeat
I fall in love whenever we meet (Oh yeah)
How will I know? (How will I know?)
How will I know?
How will I know if you really love me?
I say a prayer with every heartbeat
I fall in love whenever we meet
How will I know? (How will I know?)
How will I know?

IfWomenWereMenForADay

petergriffinwomen

Today, among the twitter trends there is: “If Women Were Men For A Day”.

Someone, on Thanksgiving Day, wanted to indulge in hunting this somewhat extravagant hashtag. There would be much to say if a woman was a man for a day. He (she) would not fall into gossip, or he would not speak in the ambiguous and somewhat bifurcated way that often characterizes a woman. It would be paranoid and save a couple of hours a day for facial makeup.

I think it is difficult for a woman to become temperamentally a man, while the opposite would be more realistic. The character of a woman, although it may become tomboy, never became completely man because a woman’s character is an indelible mark, difficult to remove or erase.  The woman hardly ever gives up her femininity, except in some rare cases where she wants to save herself from a system that would kill her.