Sam Cooke was born in 1925 and died in 1964. He is best known for his hit single, “Nothing Can Change This Love,” which he wrote with Thom Bell.
The song was originally recorded by Ray Charles in 1960. It was then released as a single by Sam Cooke in 1961 and became one of the most popular songs of its era.
The song talks about how no matter what happens in life, love will always prevail over it.
Nothing Can Change This Love Lyrics
If I go, a million miles away
I’d write a letter, each and everyday
Cause honey nothing, nothing can ever change this love I have for you
Mm, make me weep and you can make me cry
See me coming and you can pass me by
But honey, nothing, nothing can ever change this love I have for you
Wo-oh-oh, you’re the apple of my eye, you’re cherry pie
And oh you’re, you’re cake and ice cream
And oh you’re sugar and spice, and everything nice
You’re the girl of my, my, my, my, dreams
But if you wanted, to leave me and roam
When you got back, I’d just say welcome home
Cause honey nothing, nothing, nothing can ever change this, love I have, for you
I know, I know, I know, I know, I know that nothing, nothing, nothing can ever
Change the love I have for you