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Re: Love the one you're with

Posted by Smokey Stover on December 01, 2005

In Reply to: Re: Love the one you're with posted by ESC on November 29, 2005

: : : : "To take your pleasure where you find it"

: : : : What are the origins of this phrase?

: : : I don't know the origin but your phrase sounds like someone trying to explain CSN's "Love the One You're With":

: : : Dont be angry
: : : And don't be sad
: : : Just keep smiling
: : : And thinking about all the good times that you had
: : : Cause there's somebody right next to you
: : : And they're just waiting for something to do

: : : Theres a rose
: : : In a fisted glove
: : : And the eagle flies,
: : : Flies with the dove
: : : And if you can't be with the one you love,
: : : Then love the one you're with
: : : Love the one you're with
: : : Love the one you're with

: The anthem of the 60s. All together now -- sing!

If you can't be near the one you love, love the one you're near. SS