Ronan Keating is Back!

Yay, he is back, Ronan is back!!!

I have always loved his voice, songs and the only reason I kept put to watch X-factor Australia. One more reason for liking him is unique Irish pronunciation. It’s been a while have him heard and yay, finally he is back with his new album ‘Time Of My Life’ (will be out on 12th Feb 2016).

The track below is one the song from his upcoming album, titled “Let Me Love You”. The song is vibrant, happy and warm. The way song ends with “Teenage nights, ticket stubs, cinema lines, catching the bus. Something ’bout the two of us.” is so love <3. And above all, what counts more is, the money collected during the making of the video was donated to “Cancer Research UK”. Ain’t he is so cool?

Anyway enjoy the MV below and I am so looking forward for the full album 😉

Teenage nights, ticket stubs, cinema lines, catching the bus
Waiting underneath street lights
The sky was gold
The moon was low
We were higher
Summer good bye
Something about the two of us
Maybe it was only time
Until our stars aligned

Let me love you
Now I know what love is for
I don’t need to search no more
I’ve never ever felt so sure
Now I know what love is for

Last thing I heard you’re travelling now, seeing the world
Not touching the ground
Saw you in a photograph
I never said what I needed to say
I left it too late & you slipped away
Some bonfires don’t burn out
There were flames through the roof
You walked in the room

So, let me love you
Now I know what love is for
I don’t need to search no more
I’ve never ever felt so sure
So, let me love you
Should’ve told you long before
Now I know what love is for!

Oooh oh oh oh oh
Oooh oh oh oh oh
Oooh oh oh oh oh
Oooh oh oh oh oh

So, let me love you
Now I know what love is for
I don’t need to search no more
I’ve never ever felt so sure
Yeah, let me love you
I’ve never known a love before
I’ve never ever felt so sure
Should’ve told you long before,
Now I know what love, love is for.

Oooh oh oh oh oh
Oooh oh oh oh oh

Teenage nights, ticket stubs, cinema lines, catching the bus
Something ’bout the two of us.

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