Welcome To Heartlight

Album: High Adventure (1982)
Charted: 24


  • One of Loggins' oddest songs, the title refers to a now-defunct private school for kids in Los Angeles called the Heartlight School. The song was inspired by writings of students at the school that Kenny read, including a story called "I like the love." The Heartlight School Singers and Dancers are in the chorus.
  • Originally called "Heartlight," the song was later re-titled "Welcome to Heartlight" to avoid confusion with the Neil Diamond song of the same name that was also released in 1982. >>
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    Sara - Silver Spring, MD, for above 2

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  • Seventhmist from 7th HeavenToo bad he had to change the name of this good song because of Diamond's movie-plugging song, which was probably the worst song he ever made.
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