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A Colorful Life in “You Decorated My Life” by Kenny Rogers

You Decorated My Life Kenny Rogers
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From his 1979 album Kenny, Kenny Rogers perfectly described his feelings of adoration for a woman in his song “You Decorated My Life.” Bob Morrison and Debbie Hupp wrote the piece. 

The track earned positive reviews from critics as his “sincere vocals have raised the high standards again.” 

“You Decorated My Life” topped the country charts in Australia, Canada, and the United States.

Meaning Behind the Song

When you are in love, your feelings and habits change; you become ecstatic and bloom into a happy relationship with a significant other or your friends. 

“You Decorated My Life” by Kenny Rogers describes the happy feelings brought about by love. The song is a dedication to the woman Rogers was in love with. 

The song begins by describing how Rogers’s life was plain as paper. When he met her, his life turned colorful. The lyrics include phrases centered on how someone completely changes your life perspective.

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Love can change everything, from plain, white paper into a colorful canvas of bold colors, creating a beautiful musical piece with each note in place and a perfect song where the harmonies are sweet and pleasant to the ears and soul. The power love holds to change a person and feelings is something to be in awe of. “You Decorated My Life” is one of Kenny Rogers’s songs that show the positive effects of love on someone.

Expressing your love to someone might be difficult if you are shy, introverted, or afraid to be honest with what you feel. 

Play this song to a special someone and have them realize how important they are to you.

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