An Easy Response

On the music blog I share, Songshine Sounds, we challenged you to share an “our tune” song from a relationship.

If you never already guessed. I’m not a particularly romantic guy. I tend to think of a bunch of flowers more as an admission of guilt, than a grand, romantic gesture.

But that wasn’t always the case. I started off romantic, it’s just that a succession of women took turns kicking it all out of me. I’m not bitter and twisted about it, honest! 🤣

Back when I was 18/19, I had a relationship with someone called Sue. She was about the first love of my life, and this was our song:

But, can I present another?

I met Mrs Bump in the Summer of ’98, and throughout our first few months, the world was going crazy to the soundtrack of Savage Garden. Their music was pleasant enough, I bought the CD, but not really significant otherwise. Mrs Bump, however, sees it differently. She thinks of this track as “our tune”.

Author: Mister Bump UK

Designed/developed large IT systems, interrupted by a stroke in 2016, aged 48. Now mix development of health-related software with voluntary work and writing. Married, with a grown-up, left-home daughter.

16 thoughts on “An Easy Response”

                    1. She felt the same way. I mean, we knew after that but initially, neither of us thought the other was particularly special. Dateable, yes, positive enough to want to know more, but at that stage it was just enjoying the present.

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