An affectionate couple are sitting on a bench, chatting in the shade of a long branch of pillowy pink cherry blossoms.
The age and gender of the two people are ambiguous. They could be a couple, or a mother and daughter.
- I love spending time with you.
- It’s a beautiful day when you’re near me.
- I cherish our time together.
- Remember this moment.
- We’re better together.
- We’re together together.
- Someone I love was born today.
- Be my Valentine.
Perfect for wedding, bridal shower, tea party, brunch, luncheon, christening, birthday, holiday, anniversary and elegant catering event as a party favor. This could be a birthday card, a Mother’s Day card, an engagement note, a picnic invitation, or a Valentine. A card to celebrate togetherness.
See also: My Swan and Only.
Come together, right now!
“Come Together” is the opening track to Abbey Road, written by John Lennon and to be used as a campaign song for famed LSD enthusiast Timothy Leary, who was running for Governor of California at the time.
It’s been suggested that each verse talks about one of the members of The Beatles or a self-portrait of Lennon himself. However, by his own admission, Lennon often simply filled his lyrics with non-sequiturs:
“The thing was created in the studio. It’s gobbledygook; Come Together was an expression that Leary had come up with for his attempt at being president or whatever he wanted to be, and he asked me to write a campaign song. I tried and tried, but I couldn’t come up with one. But I came up with this, Come Together, which would’ve been no good to him – you couldn’t have a campaign song like that, right?”
–John Lennon (from All We Are Saying by David Sheff)