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Music Friday: Conway Twitty is the victim of a one-sided love affair in his 1958 classic, “It’s Only Make Believe.” Twitty is ready to make the ultimate commitment — symbolized in the song by a wedding ring — but the object of his affection is not in love with him. He sings, “My hopes, my dreams come true / My life, I’d give for you / My heart, a wedding ring / My all, my everything." In the end, he admits that "it’s only make believe." Great music trivia and audio clip at our blog... http://bonafinejewelers.thejewelerblog.com/

Music Friday: Conway Twitty is the victim of a one-sided love affair in his 1958 classic, “It’s Only Make Believe.” Twitty is ready to make the ultimate commitment — symbolized in the song by a wedding ring — but the object of his affection is not in love with him. He sings, “My hopes, my dreams come true / My life, I’d give for you / My heart, a wedding ring / My all, my everything." In the end, he admits that "it’s only make believe." Great music trivia and audio clip at our blog... http://bonafinejewelers.thejewelerblog.com/

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