While I was watching Charice and Celine Dion in Oprah's Best Moments, I had this crave of listening to the song "My Love" from Celine Dion. Suddenly I recalled the CD I bought last year - a compilation of Celine's best song. Yes, the song was there!
I checked on my double CD - one was missing. I guess it might be because of my own negligence when I was moving house. Aduuuiiyaaiii...what a lost. Luckily I made some backups:)
I didn't realise that I was listening to the whole album until I reached Track 6 in CD 2 - That's The Way It Is.
"Love Comes to Those Who Believe It..."
Celine made it sound so simple, I repeated the same verse over and over again until I almost believed it.
Then I remembered a story about a friend who started her love life since school. She became someone's best friend without realising that she had a crush on him.
Things lingered until college - I became the witness of undivided devotion of a woman who knew what or who she wanted. She loved only once and she loved him.
But he had other girls. Yet she waited for him.
They took thousand miles of love across the seas in few different countries. There were heartache and pain but after more than 10 years of believing in love, the man of her dreams was finally chasing her and confessed his love.
When I came back from work on Friday, their wedding card was on my bed;)
She believed in love. She believes in Allah.
She found love.
I guess Celine's song writer was right.
Ibu said this while hugging me on her bed this evening:
"Carilah boyfriend. Kahwin. Nanti kakak ada kawan..."
With this particular friend getting married next month, it means that my single population is going to extinction.
The thing is, I wonder whether love will come to the person who might not believe it. Not anymore.
Eh, am I talking about myself?