80’s Rock Ballads: Love of a Lifetime by Firehouse

I was a teen of the 80’s and I think there’s nothing sweeter than an 80’s rock ballad.  So many incredible ballads and it was all about the melodies.  The music video was deliciously cheesy but back then it was just cool.  Right now I’m listening to Love of a Lifetime by Firehouse.  Anyone out there love this too?  Perhaps it was played at your wedding or anniversary?  I hope this gets the Glee treatment soon.  They did such an incredible job on the Journey song.

The lyrics, in case you want to sing along. It’ll be hard to resist:

I guess the time was right for us to say
We’d take our time and live our lives
Together day by day
We’ll make a wish and send it on a prayer
We know our dreams will all come true
With love that we can share

With you I never wonder–will you be there for me
With you I never wonder–you’re the right one for me
I finally found the love of a lifetime
A love to last my whole life through
I finally found the love of a lifetime
Forever in my heart
I finally found the love of a lifetime

With every kiss, our love is like brand-new
And every star up in the sky
Was made for me and you
Still we both know that the road is long
We know that we will be together
Because our love is strong

I finally found the love of a lifetime
A love to last my whole life through
I finally found the love of a lifetime
Forever in my heart
I finally found the love of a lifetime

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3 Responses to 80’s Rock Ballads: Love of a Lifetime by Firehouse

  1. Crystal says:

    I love 80’s power ballads. But my jam is “Every Rose Has its Thorn”

    • bookjunkie says:

      the lead singer was so pretty in the video. I didn’t realize it was the same Brett Michaels who was all over the celebrity gossip pages.

  2. whatsaysyou says:

    I was born in the 1980s and I grew up in that era (the era where good music came from) where I listened to Queen, Sheena Easton, Duran Duran, A-ha, and Bon Jovi. That song by Firehouse never gets old.

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