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Heaven 17 – The Artist
Heaven 17 are an English new wave and synth-pop band that formed in Sheffield in 1980. The band were a trio for most of their career, composed of Martyn Ware (keyboards), Ian Craig Marsh (keyboards) (both previously of the Human League) and Glenn Gregory (vocals). Although most of the band’s music was recorded in the 1980s, they have occasionally reformed to record and perform, playing their first ever live concerts in 1997. Marsh left the band in 2007 and Ware and Gregory continued to perform as Heaven 17.
Come Live With Me – The Song
Come Live With Me is a song written and recorded by the English Synth-pop band Heaven 17. It was their fourth single taken from their second album, ‘The Luxury Gap’. It was written by Glenn Gregory, Ian Craig Marsh and Martyn Ware, and produced by Marsh and Ware (British Electric Foundation) and Greg Walsh. It peaked at No. 5 in the UK and remained on the charts for eleven weeks. It would be the band’s last Top 10 hit in the UK until 1992’s “Temptation (Brothers in Rhythm Remix)”. It is the tale of a doomed love between a thirty-something and a teenager as they say in the lyrics “I was thirty-seven / You were seventeen / You were half my age / The youth I’d never seen “
The Happy Couple – The Shape
Modelled into the silhouette of a couple holding hands. Holding hands is a form of physical intimacy involving two or more people. It may or may not be romantic. In Western culture, spouses and romantic couples often hold hands as a sign of affection or to express psychological closeness. Non-romantic friends may also hold hands, although acceptance of this varies by culture and gender role. Parents or guardians may hold the hands of small children to exercise guidance or authority. In terms of romance, handholding is often used in the early stages of dating or courtship to express romantic interest in a partner. Handholding is also common in advanced stages of a romantic relationship where it may be used to signify or seek solace and reassurance.
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