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From the Bottom of My Heart (Stevie Wonder song)
From the Bottom of My Heart Lyrics
I love you so much, my woman and my everything. The feeling that comes with having such a wonderful person in your life is always indescribable. I wish to always be the reason behind your beautiful glowing smiling face. Subscribe to our new updates in your email. Me and my heart got a Promise from the stars that they'd Keep this love burning endlessly People will come just as People will go but know Whatever life has in store Through all eternity you will have my love for always From the bottom of my heart, I love you I can say these words to you without delay If you're wondering just how long I'll love you I love you more than you believe, like you are my life, my other half, my subconscious guardian angel. I love you to the moon and back.
From the Bottom of My Heart
Whenever people are hurt or emotional, they feel pain and pressure in the lowest portion of the heart. One another popular theory says that the ancient Greek philosopher, Archimedes, mistakenly believed that the brain pumps blood, while the heart works to think and feel. And that was the possible time when the expression originated. Kindly share your thoughts or information regarding the origination of this idiomatic expression in the comment section below.
The upper right and left atria are thin-walled receiving chambers separated by the interatrial septum. The lower right and left ventricles are thick-walled pumping chambers separated by the interventricular septum; normally the right side has no communication with the left. The right side receives deoxygenated blood via the venae cavae from the body and pumps it to the lungs; the left side receives oxygenated blood from the lungs and pumps it via the aorta and arteries to the body. Contraction of the heart chambers is called systole; relaxation with accompanying filling with blood is called diastole. The sequence of events that occurs in a single heartbeat is called the cardiac cycle, with atrial systole followed by ventricular systole.