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"No Ordinary Love" is a song by English band Sade from their fourth studio album Love Deluxe (1992).
It increases your opportunity to make connections you won't make if you stay home and watch TV.
Also, let others know what your goal is, and ask them to help by thinking about whom they know who might be a good match for you. You have to circle back around and follow through making sure your number was given, or that you can get a number, thereby closing the deal and setting up a possible meeting, which is just what Katie did. Katie had a variety of different relationships, and dated one man who was much younger.
Pinoy rock band Urbandub also did a cover of this song, which was included on the EMI Music Philippines 2005 compilation Full Volume - The Best of Pinoy Alternative.
Marcia Hines covered the song on her album "Life" in 2007.
"No Ordinary Love" was released as the album's lead single in the United Kingdom on 28 September 1992, by Epic Records.
It peaked at number 26 in the UK when originally released, but reached number 14 when it was re-released in June 1993.
A cover of "No Ordinary Love" is featured as the tenth and final track of Dallas Green's and Alecia Moore's You Me debut album "rose ave." in 2014.
Journalist and talk show host Katie Couric has happily confirmed her engagement to John Molner over the Labor Day weekend.
She reports that she was "stunned" when the financier proposed but has made no secret of her excitement. Katie, who lost her first husband Jay Monohan to colon cancer 15 years ago when he was just 42, was open about her hopes to remarry one day.
It would have been so easy for her to give up and say the time in her life for romance is over, but she didn't let that happen.
Even after a few break-ups, she didn't get discouraged. As my great Aunt Rose used to say, it may be a long time in coming, but it will come.