Glenn Diamond | Where Does Love Go (How Do You Know)

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Where Does Love Go (How Do You Know)

by Glenn Diamond

This song is intended to tell the story of lost love, but in a way that is related to the "love" itself, such as "where does it go when it leaves you."
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This song is intended to tell the story of lost love, but in a way that is related to the "love" itself, such as "where does it go when it leaves you." Not specifically the one whom you love, but love itself. I guess it's kind of a metaphysical concept, but I think we can all identify with something precious, that sometimes just seems to leave us, and we don't know where it all went. Anyway, that's how I was thinking about it when we re-recorded it, and made it into a completely new and different song. I hope it comes across that way.

This is a complete re-recording of two of my earlier songs: "This Love of Mine" -- which was later re-recorded as "Where Does Love Go" -- both of which were released some time ago. For the first re-recording I had re-written some of the lyrics, shortened the song, and gave it a more up-beat style. It was also re-mastered, so it became really quite a different song.

For this newest version, I have again re-mastered the recording, added different guitars and a new bass track, and also re-worked the vocals and audio mix. I always liked this song, but could never quite find the right way to record it. I think this newest version may be it. It is scheduled for my next album, and also as a single.

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