April 30th, 2006

emma; only girl in the world

Add a bit of Sizzle to your day



There's really something about Wentworth that just makes me drool.

Thanks to Kimi for giving me the heads up on this one. Apparently, dear Wentworth is going to be guesting on the Ellen De Generes show. Knowing how late we get things over here, I scooted over to Just Jared because if anything Wentworth comes up, he's sure to have it.

Lucky for me, it led straight to the YouTube version of the interview. And though a really quick interview, Ellen packs the punch. I love Ellen, probably just as much as Kim does and the fact that she's already interviewed Jake and now Wentworth just make me love her all the more. After watching the interview, it just reaffirmed my non-pet-friendly stance (as I too, am allergic to fur/hair) and I'll probably brush up on my Jane Austen literature. You know, just in case.

And, you know you want to, so just CLICK HERE for a little more sizzle to the already scorching summer. Collapse )

I think I just added a few degrees to the already blistering 35º C. And to think a year ago, today I was enjoying the lovely New York weather. Widthrawal anyone?

Happy 24th Birthday aprilbegins!!!
I hope you have the most fantabulous day ever!
You deserve to have some fun
take care of yourself! ♥
emma; only girl in the world

April: It Had To Be You (Rod Stewart)

Why do I do, just as you say
Why must I just, give you your way
Why do I sigh, why don't I try to forget

It must have been something lovers call fate
Kept me saying: "I have to wait"
I saw them all, just couldn't fall 'til we met


It had to be you, it had to be you
I wandered around, and finally found the somebody who
Could make me be true, could make me be blue
And even be glad, just to be sad thinking of you

Some others I've seen, might never be mean
Might never be cross, or try to be boss
But they wouldn't do
For nobody else, gave me a thrill with all your faults, I love you still
It had to be you, wonderful you
It had to be you


Between Rod Stewart's album version and Elliott Yamin's stellar performance, how could I not love this song? The first time I heard it when my dad bought the Great American Song book how many years back, I really loved this song. The fact that Elliott chose to sing this song for Idol made me love it even more.