All My Loving [Todo Mi Amor]

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Lyrics:

All alone alone alone again you know it’s nothing new
Alone alone alone again baby I’m holding on for you
Alone alone alone again oh
Alone alone alone again oh baby I’m coming home to you

All my loving

I was lonely ’til I met you
And I couldn’t see my way through
It seems so real that I could call you out
Nothing more

All alone alone alone again you know it’s nothing new
Alone alone alone again baby I’m holding on for you
Alone alone alone again oh
Alone alone alone again oh baby I’m coming home to you

All my loving

Lyrics and Music by Dave Ryder and Dan McHugh.
Copyright 2010. All Rights Reserved.

Drums: Kent Hall

Screenplay Brief: After the scenes in “Rime of the Ancient Mariner”, Santiago takes the boat to Ensenada, where he sells it. He then travels to his hometown of Nogales where he is reunited with his wife and son. They travel far south to the town of Ixtapa, where they live anonymously and happily for 20 years.

Tristan and Iseult

Tristan and Isolde with the Potion, by John William Waterhouse.

I chose this picture because it represented to me a mythical powerful romance (Tristan and Iseult), like Romeo and Juliet or Lancelot and Guinevere. The latter were not chosen because Romeo and Juliet both die young, which didn’t really fit the story, and in the case of Lancelot and Guinevere their love was adulterous, which also did not fit.

I even questioned whether the one I ultimately chose was appropriate because their love was actually caused by a potion, effectively taking the matter out of their hands.

But then I thought, “Well, isn’t that really true of all love? It is a feeling we can’t control caused by hormones and endocrines affecting our bodies, thoughts and feelings”.

It seems that almost all classical romances are tragedies, which says something about our ancestor’s collective view regarding love.