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Love Limit - Doug Gallob
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|Genre||Description||Themes, Moods, Comments||Additional Info|
|Rock||A song about whether there is a limit to love.||hard driving, unstoppable love, speed limit, uptempo, driving fast, relationships||
There is no limit to my love There is no limit to love There is no love limit The neighbors say I love too much They say I'd better hold out They say you only have so much So you'd better ration it out But giving you my love doesn't empty the sack All the love I give gives me so much back (chorus) Seeing you, my heart rate jumps But it's faster when we touch Holding you, my adrenaline pumps When we're apart, I miss you so much Let the neighbors know they can throw away their scales They can break their meter sticks in two They can take their bushel baskets and turn them into caskets No finite measure will describe my love for you (Instrumental) You drive my heart with your eyes You drive my heart with your smile You drive my heart with your kiss You drive me faster with every mile I see the neighbors try to put up signs But the writing is just a blur No love police are fast enough to take us - Where we are There is nobody that can stop my love There is nothing that can stop my love The more I squander, the more I have The more I love, the more I love the more I love the more I love the more I love (chorus)
bass, vocals, trombone, pretend drums : Doug Gallob
This was written in response to the message that love comes in some finite quantity. I don't buy this. I don't think that loving one person more causes you to love another less. Love is not some bag of rice, with only so much to go around. Go out and love. You'll have plenty left over. I guarantee it.
-- Doug Gallob