As previously stated, about a million times– Valentine’s Day is a tough one. There’s never an easy way out and everything seems to be dramatic.
So, I decided to see how Blake Shelton handles Valentine’s Day.
A simple invitation.
He doesn’t want to be right, doesn’t need to be strong, he just doesn’t want to be lonely. “…I could be there in five? / One more, one last time / We don’t have to be lonely tonight.”
Be chill about it.
One you’re in it, just be cool. Keep it chill, have a drink or two. And do whatever the other person wants. “Baby, I’ll do, whatever you wanna do, wanna do.”
Do what she (he) likes.
Maybe call in sick to work, spend the day hanging with your boo. Be romantic, cook something– pour a drink. “She likes it when I bring home fresh fajitas / And mix up a pitcher of margaritas /Catch a kind of buzz that lasts all night / Doin’ what she likes.”
Tell her (him) how you feel.
Say “I love you,” or write a love note. Just share. “Baby, all I know to do is speak right from the heart.”
Don’t be selfish.
Valentine’s Day is a terrible day to be selfish, like any day. Tell jokes to make someone else laugh, watch a sunset with someone– do something for someone else. “If I hadn’t been so stubborn, been so selfish /
Thought about her more, thought about me less.”
You know, move a little closer– and take everything off but your eyes! “My eyes are the only thing I don’t wanna take off of you.”
According to Blake, it’s pretty easy– be chill and don’t be selfish.
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