What is a love scene without music? I have personally become accustomed to great scenes featuring songs that fuel the moment! This will be my attempt at writing simple scenes that promotes some of my favorite tunes! Hope you can enjoy! I appreciate your time!
The Deeper In Love I Get
Louis's coworker Will is badgering him about going to a Cabaret tonight! Louis really isn't into going anywhere since he recently broke off a year long relationship with his controlling ex girlfriend Danielle, whom he also works with. He tells Will, "I don't think I'm doing a damn thing tonight."
It's Friday and Will prefers that Louis get out of the house and indulge himself with an evening of drunkenness and debauchery! Will informs Louis, "The Golden Triangle uptown is happening tonight!" Louis reluctanly agrees and the two hit the town!
In the car on the way to The Triangle, Will is playing some tunes that really has Louis feeling relaxed and content. Louis bellows, "That last song you just played is one of my favorites!" The two men arrive at their distination and just as Will had described, the scene was definitely arousing! Full of vigor and fire, Louis observes a very beautiful women all alone sitting at the bar. He says excitedly, "Will check the lady in red with the golden brown hair!"
The ambience of the evening is now starting to turn lustful as Louis sees the women that gives exact meaning to the word pulchritudinous! The two agree that this particular lady has to be the most appealing mistress in the Triangle! Louis boldy gets the nerve to approach the beautiful young lady in red. "Will professes to Louis, "Dude if you can get that, you'll be the MAN!" She notices Louis's advance and is very intrigued by his stature and well groomed features! He introduces himself. The alluring women aquaints herself uniquely as Guinevere. Louis offers her a drink.
Guys throughout the evening have addressed Guinevere with redundant plays. Louis has piqued her interest enough that she concents to dance with him. Aphrodisia is in the atmosphere as Guinevere dances the night away!
"Quicksand" by Martha Reeves & The Vandellas
High Off Your Love!
Louis was so glad that Will talked him into going out tonight! Being in the company of Guinevere has Louis on a natural high! The evening was coming to a close! Louis says, "I must see you again Guinevere!" She agrees!
Afterwards, Louis and Will head home still awakened by the evening! Ecstatically, Will says, "the two of you really hit it off!!" In deep thought of the intimate occurrence, Louis coincides with Will.
While home alone, Louis certainly cannot get Guinevere out of his mind. Not even a quick smoke can calm Louis's nerves tonight. Feeling confined, Louis is eager for another odyssey with Guinevere to replenish his euphoric state of mind.
Suddenly the phone rings! Louis ignores the call from his ex lover Danielle and continues to muse about Guinevere. Thinking out loud he says, "I got to call her tonight!" Feeling alone, Louis desperately wants to call Guinevere but the late hour makes him hesitant. The natural high continues as Guinevere stays on his mind!
Later on, the phones rings again and it's a number Louis is not yet familiar with so he picks up. "This is Guinevere, may I speak to Louis please?" On cloud nine, Louis converes with Guinevere and the two talk until dawn!
"Inside Looking Out" by Grand Funk Railroad
The Beautiful Guinevere
Louis and Guinevere decide on a date at the park later in the day. Before her get together, Guinevere chats with her best friend Lauren and she tells her how excited she is about meeting up with Louis . Lauren jokingly says, "Girl I haven't seen you glowing like this in a long time!" After chatting with Lauren, Guinevere prepares for her date.
It's a beautiful day as Louis and Guinevere walk through the park desirably. Looking into the eyes of Guinevere has Louis feeling like he's levitating! Louis says to Guinevere, "you are so divine!" She thanks him for the compliment.
Discussing various matters, Guinevere explains to Louis how she's been disappointed with past relationships. Emotional scars have been delivered to her over the years. For the moment, Louis puts her at peace with gentle colloquy as he grabs her hand. Gazing into the beautiful eyes of his mate, Louis conceptualizes a harmonious resonance with an utterance of the name, "Guinevere!"
"Guinnevere" by Crosby, Stills & Nash
Looking For Mr. Right
Louis and Guinevere leave the park after a romantic afternoon. They arrive at Guinevere's home and he walks her to the door. They exchange a warm kiss! As their eyes connect, Louis bids to Guinevere "when can I see you again?" She replies, "Maybe we can do lunch tomorrow?" He relishes the proposal!
The next day at work Louis is feeling verily elated and his coworkers can tell! Especially his ex lover Danielle. Louis takes a smoke break as she follows him outside. Danielle says to him, "I tried calling you this weekend." Louis continuing his smoke break doesn't feel the need to divulge information of his pleasurable weekend. He simply tells her he's been busy. Danielle ignores the fact that they are at work and seizes her slim moment to become more aggressive and flirty.
Meanwhile, Guinevere decides to carry through with her proffer and visit Louis at work and invite him to lunch. Arriving in the parking lot, she notices him with Danielle as his ex openly attempts to seduce. Guinevere wonders, "Who is she?" Feeling confused, she hurriedly leaves and ponders about her prior meetings with Louis now feeling that "Mr. Right" could indubitably be "Mr. Wrong!"
"One Good Man" by Janis Joplin
Loving You More Each Day!
The Love Moment
At work, Louis doesn't accept the advances from Danielle! He also doesn't like the idea that Danielle is being so aggressive with him, especially while on the job! The situation spells trouble as Louis hurriedly ends his break to get away from her. Not observing Guinevere in the parking lot earlier, he sends her a text message but doesn't get a response.
Later in the day, he calls her on the phone and gets her answering machine. Will suggests he pay Guinevere a visit to see if she's okay.
Louis arrives at Guinevere's house with flowers. After knocking on the door for a few minutes with no response, Louis decides to leave. Still confused about earlier, Guinevere opens the door. Louis senses tension so he asks Guinevere what's wrong? She tells him what she saw earlier. Surprised, he explains the unwanted incident. Still confused, Guinevere contemplates about letting her guard down again. As she slowly closes the door, Louis forwardly declares his immense passion and strong devotion for her!
Finding it almost insurmountable to fight her feelings of affection, she allows Louis to enter. He reaches out to her as they embrace! Forgiven, Louis and Guinevere rewrite a romantic chapter in the storybook called LOVE! Today births the beginning of allegiance and sensual liasion as their amour magnifies!
"Today" by Jefferson Airplane
Hopefully you've enjoyed the inception of this amorous tale! Certainly, there's no end to the story called LOVE!
Storybook of Love
"Storybook of Love" by The Whispers
epigramman on August 21, 2013:
Back for another visit my friend and I enjoyed it just as much as the first time and that is what great music is all about - thank you once again for the trip my guru, my teacher, my musical mentor and my dear respected friend - sending warm wishes to you from Colin and the cat crew (don't worry they have four legs, lol) and I have a wonderful surprise for you in which I will post on your FB wall at lake erie time 10:30pm
I will also post ths beauty and your passion for great musical art on FB as well
Romeos Quill from Lincolnshire, England on July 07, 2013:
Some cool music selections here, sam209, and a great Hub. Motown is pretty special.
Romeo's Quill( I think there's only one of those - I hope! lol! )
Maria D'Alessandro from Melbourne Australia on May 10, 2012:
What a great concept Sam. I actually enjoyed the story backed up with your choice of music. Of course, my idol is Janis Joplin so by the time I got to her song, I knew this was a great Hub. I read your comments above and you're absolutely right about how important it is for people to acknowledge that prospective partners are fallible. Listening is extremely important as you say because it leads to empathy and forgiveness. I enjoyed picking up that "lovin' feeling" in your story which comes with the beginning of all love stories. I encourage you to continue writing this story with appropriate music and take it to the next level. Meanwhile I'm sure all of your readers here will wonder what the future holds for this relationship and the adventures that will unfold. Cheers, Maria D'Alesandro, Melb, Australia.
sam209 (author) on April 22, 2012:
Thanks for the comment! As I write this reply, I can remember being up all night doing this hub! I'm glad you guys like it!
I fell in love with "Today" the very first time I heard it! In 1992 a hip hop group I liked sampled this record and I never knew the sample came from Jefferson Airplane. I'm so glad over the years I've learned to appreciate and LOVE classic rock! I think I'm up on most friends my age because their still stuck on the same ole stuff. Boy they're missing out!
I just got finished speaking to Louis on the phone. A good friend of mine! He's like a father figure. William another good friend of mine! He's like my older brother. Danielle is someone I can't stand!
Maybe one day Louis and Will can read this short story and have a good laugh!
Thanks for the comment!
Jools Hogg from North-East UK on April 21, 2012:
Sam, really enjoyed this tale of love almost lost...Danielle sounds like a bit of a harpie, Louis had a lucky escape. Voted up and shared!
Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on April 20, 2012:
What a clever approach to a hub...and you have my favorite Airplane song in it. Excellent job my friend; a great read!
iamaudraleigh on April 20, 2012:
Great music, formatting, fonts, content...everything!!! How did you do all of that! Awesome!!!
sam209 (author) on March 29, 2012:
Thanks for stopping by bro! You continue to put in some of the best work around here! It's been great to follow you as well as a fine list of others! The videos happen to be my favorite parts of this particular hub so I'm glad you enjoyed them too! Thanks again for the hit!
Vinaya Ghimire from Nepal on March 29, 2012:
You are very creative. I love the descriptions and pictures. The videos are awesome.
sam209 (author) on March 22, 2012:
Hey there Ms! Always nice to see you around!
It wasn't that long ago when I was riding in the car with a friend of mine and he played The Storybook of Love for me for the first time! I fell in love with it instantly! It was great to have the opportunity to present that wonderful tune in a hub!
Thank you very much for your comment!
sam209 (author) on March 22, 2012:
Thank you Caroline! I appreciate your comment!
If I can amaze someone that's as amazing as you, I might start feeling like I've done something pretty decent here!
I see you and I have something in common other than our love for writing! We both love the music!
jirel from Philippines on March 22, 2012:
That was really interesting.No end to the story called 'love'.Nice one!
Caroline Marie on March 22, 2012:
Sam is this is amazing. Very creative and well thought out. I love the scene takes and the music. You are awesome!
sam209 (author) on March 18, 2012:
Thank you! Since I had the opportunity to feature some songs I love, it was fun doing this one! I appreciate your visit! Thanks again Ms Onlooker!
onlooker on March 18, 2012:
sam209 I wanted to read more. The music blends perfectly with the plot too. Good stuff, thank you.
sam209 (author) on March 17, 2012:
You and I both love music and romance! Some of my favorite films are the romantic ones! When Harry Met Sally would be somewhere at the top of the list!
I'll probably be that guy in the front row watching The Titanic when it comes out in 3D!
Julianna from SomeWhere Out There on March 17, 2012:
A love story along with words and music. You are a creative writer with so much to give. I hope that someone finds you right here on HP. What a give you have. I enjoyed this hub! But then again I love music and romance! Thumbs up and pinned.:)
sam209 (author) on March 17, 2012:
Thanks for inviting me to your group! It's fantastic! I'm definitely gonna love it there!
epigramman on March 17, 2012:
...well there are miracles in life Samuel and meeting you was one of them and reading this is truly a gift and a dream come true - you work so well with music and prose that it has become as 'one' in this - your masterwork of sight, sound and the written word .....lake erie time 6:01pm ontario canada
sam209 (author) on March 15, 2012:
It's very interesting you commented because I was just telling a friend about hubpages a few minutes ago, and mentioned some of the elite hubbers and their fantastic work! I made a reference to your Faires hub to give example of the diversity of hubpages!
Talk about diversity! The first hub of yours I read if I'm not mistaken is My Beautiful Babe. I believe that's from you! Correct me if I'm wrong.
When you say you have that good-dark thing going on, you ain't lying! Some of the best authors and poets are most likely the good-dark ones!
Thanks for stopping by!
Kitty Fields from Summerland on March 15, 2012:
Aren't you just creative! Very interesting write-up you've done here and the music was perfect, as Nell mentions above.
sam209 (author) on March 15, 2012:
Thank you Nell! I appreciate your vote! I think one of the keys to a healthy relationship is the realization that no one is perfect!
Thinking of the story; I guess if the two characters didn't take the time to listen to each other, prospects of a beautiful relationship could have been destroyed, which would have been sad!
Looking forward to reading more of your work! Thanks again for stopping by!
Nell Rose from England on March 15, 2012:
Hi, I really enjoyed your story, and the music was perfect, like tammy I love the photo of the women waiting for the perfect man! lol! really enjoyable, thanks, voted up!
sam209 (author) on March 13, 2012:
Thank you Tammy! I like that particular photo myself! I've always wanted to compose a soundtrack and luckily hubpages has given me the opportunity! Thanks for stopping by!
Tammy from North Carolina on March 13, 2012:
This is one of the best creative pieces I have seen on Hubpages. Very interesting, well written, and well done. I love the photo of the women waiting for the perfect man. LOL.. You have something very special here!
sam209 (author) on March 12, 2012:
Thank you very much!! I definitely had fun doing it!
Audrey Howitt from California on March 12, 2012:
I just love how you set this up!
sam209 (author) on March 12, 2012:
Hi there. I knew I'd stumbled over the perfect picture when I found the waiting for the perfect man photo! Thanks for the comment! Always appreciate it!
PWalker281 on March 12, 2012:
I selected music to listen to as I read each scene. What a cool concept! The picture of the women waiting for the perfect man says it all.
Very creative use of words and music. Voted up and (very) interesting.