This Will Be

(An Everlasting Love)


Songwriters: Chuck Jackson, Marvin Yancy
Performer: Natalie Cole
Category: 70s

When Natalie Cole launched her career with this debut single in 1975, I wonder if she realized it was destined to be one of her all-time greatest hits. She even won the Grammy for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance, displacing the formidable hold on that category by Aretha Franklin. She also garnered a Grammy for Best New Artist, thanks to this song.

It's been a popular song in media, probably most currently recognized as the theme song for eHarmony ads. It has also appeared in the following films: The Parent Trap, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, Taxi, Must Love Dogs, While You Were Sleeping, If These Walls Could Talk 2, A Cinderella Story, Bride Wars and Bounty Hunter.


Sheet music (piano/vocal, can be piano solo)


LYRICS

This will be
An everlasting love
This will be
The one I've waited for
This will be
The first time anyone has loved me, oh...oh...oh...

I'm so glad
He found in time
And I'm so glad that
He rectified my mind
This will be
An everlasting love for me, whoa, ho

Loving you
Is some kind of wonderful
Because you've shown me
Just how much you care
You've given me the thrill of a lifetime
And made me believe you've got more thrills to spare, oh

This will be
And everlasting love, oh, yes, it will now

You've brought a lot of sunshine into my life
You've filled me with happiness I never knew
You gave me more joy than I ever dreamed of
And no one, no one can take the place of you

This will be, yes, siree, eternally
Huggin' and squeezin' and kissin'
And pleasin' together forever through rain or whatever
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, you and me
So long as I'm livin' true love I'll be givin', to you I'll be servin'
cause you're so deservin'

Hey, you're so deservin'
You're so deservin', yeah, yeah, yeah
Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
The love, the love, the love, the love, the love, the love, love, love, love, love
The love, the love, the love, the love, the love, the love, love, love
From now on, from now on, from now on, from now on
From now on, from now on, from now on, from now on
From now on, from now on, from now on, from now on


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