♫ Even The Nights Are Better â™«

Air Supply is the winning combination of Graham Russell’s guitar and songwriting, matched to Russell Hitchcock’s distinctive vocals.  This is one of my favourites of their songs, and since I can’t seem to find much (read any) information about the background or origins of the song, you will just have to listen and enjoy …

Even the Nights Are Better
Air Supply

I, I was the lonely one
Wondering what went wrong, why love had gone
And left me lonely
I, I was so confused, feeling like I’d just been used
Then you came to me and my loneliness left me

I used to think I was tied to a heartache
That was the heartbreak, but now that I’ve found you

Even the nights are better
Now that we’re here together
Even the nights are better
Since I found you, oh
Even the days are brighter
When someone you love’s beside ya
Even the nights are better
Since I found you

You, you knew just what to do
‘Cause you had been lonely too
And you showed me how
To ease the pain and
You did more than mend a broken heart
‘Cause now you’ve made a fire start
And I, I can see that you feel the same way

I never dreamed there’d be someone to hold me
Until you told me and now that I’ve found you
Even the nights are better
Now that we’re here together
Even the nights are better
Since I found you, oh
Even the days are brighter
When someone you love’s beside ya
Even the nights are better
Since I found you

I never dreamed there’d be someone to hold me
Until you told me and now that I’ve found you

Even the nights are better
Now that we’re here together
Even the nights are better
Since I found you, oh
Even the days are brighter
When someone you love’s beside ya
Even the nights are better
Since I found you

Songwriters: J. L. Wallace / Kenneth E. Bell / Terry Skinner
Even the Nights Are Better lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

7 thoughts on “♫ Even The Nights Are Better â™«

  1. I shall refrain from mentioning that “Lost in Love” by Air Supply was highlighted at the end of January…oops, I just did! No matter, this song is a justifiable cause for a revisit. I’m also very fond of “Making Love Out of Nothing At All”, should you feel inclined to visit them again in the future. I would wish you a happy holiday, but the name of this one causes me too many dyspeptic thoughts, given the present holder of the title. My apologies to all the previous honorable Gentlemen that held the title. Now, on that thought, it is definitely past time for that glass of wine! Thank-you!

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