Nights in White Satin drawn by me

Nights in White Satin drawn by me
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“Nights in white satin, never reaching the end,
Letters I’ve written, never meaning to send.
Beauty I’d always missed with these eyes before.
Just what the truth is, I can’t say anymore.
 
Cause I love you, yes I love you, oh how I love you.
 
Gazing at people, some hand in hand,
Just what I’m going through they can’t understand.
Some try to tell me, thoughts they cannot defend,
Just what you want to be, you will be in the end.
 
And I love you, yes I love you,
Oh, how I love you, oh how I love you.
 
Nights in white satin, never reaching the end,
Letters I’ve written, never meaning to send.
Beauty I’ve always missed, with these eyes before.
Just what the truth is, I can’t say anymore.
 
Cause I love you, yes I love you,
Oh how I love you, oh how I love you.
Cause I love you, yes I love you,
Oh how I love you, oh how I love you.”
-Nights in White Satin, The Moody Blues, Composed and Written by Justin Hayward, Recorded on October 8, 1967, Released on November 10, 1967
 
This piece of Blossutch fanart, which is part of BrickercupMasterX3’s Blossutch Month, is dedicated to Gene aka G3N3 and Sam Brigandi aka sbrigs who are celebrating their birthdays today. So, Gene, Sam, I wish you lovely ladies a most blessed, magnificent, exceptional, and happy birthday and I wish you a lot of prosperity and joy in your lives as artists and people. Como se dice en español, os deseo un cumpleaños muy bendito, magnifico, excepcional y feliz y os deseo mucha prosperidad y alegría en tus vidas como artistas y personas. I would also love to dedicate this to all of the Blossutch shippers out there. So, sit back, relax, enjoy, and bask in that Blossutch goodness and sexiness.
 
Here we have Butch and his darling wife Blossom having a very nice, intimate evening with each other. After a long day of saving Townsville and the world from evil and destruction, it should say something when this Beastly Brawn and Brainy Beauty Couple have a nice, quiet moment with each other under the stars.
 
“Nights in White Satin” originally sung by the 1960’s English rock band The Moody Blues kind of has a special place in my heart as this riveting ballad managed to stir me with its lyrics. Funnily enough, I first heard this back as a 20-year-old as Notte Di Luce sung by the tenor Noah Stewart on a flight going from Cebu, the Philippines to Berlin, Germany. I never knew the original source material until I heard a couple of singers sing this ballad. So, for your listening pleasure, I present to you three of my favorite interpreters of “Nights in White Satin” namely The Moody Blues, the late great Wagnerian tenor and crossover singer Peter Hofmann, and the absolutely fine Noah Stewart singing this in Italian. I hope you enjoy listening to these installments, as you picture Butch and Blossom making sweet love to each other.
 
The Moody Blues – Nights in White Satin

 
Peter Hofmann – Nights in White Satin

 
Noah Stewart – Notte Di Luce

 
Well, I hope you all enjoyed this. Thanks for taking the time to take a gander at this piece of Blossutch fanart as well as to listen to the three different versions of “Nights in White Satin”. See you in the next submission.
 
Butch and Blossom from The Powerpuff Girls belong to Craig McCracken and Cartoon Network.

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