Mixtapes Forums Lyrics Artists add Journals. Artists - G. Read More Edit Wiki. I'm going to love you more then anyone I'm going to hold you closer then before And when I kiss your soul, your body'll be free I'll be there for you anytime I'm going to love you more than anyone Look in my eyes, what do you see?
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Not just the color Look inside of me Tell me all you need and I will try I will try I'm going to love you more than anyone I'm going to hold you closer than before And when I kiss your soul, your body'll be free I'll be free for you anytime I'm going to love you more than anyone Free for you, whenever you need We'll be free together, baby Free together, baby I'm going to love you more than anyone I'm going to hold you closer than before And when I kiss your soul, your body'll be free I'll be free for you anytime I'm going to love you more than anyone I'm going to love you more than anyone Edit Lyrics Edit Wiki Add Video.
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It's about trust. General Comment Another beautiful beautiful song!! This song is a boy just throwing his heart out to the girl he is writing about. So whereas the physical and psychological attributes of a romantic partner can give you justificatory reasons to love a person romantically, your parental connection to your child is the only defensible justificatory reason for loving the child.
The unique justificatory reason you have for loving your child carries with it a duty to love your child.
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Of course, you have the freedom to give up your parental rights or terminate your parental status, at least assuming that certain conditions are satisfied. Brogaard, B. Dutton, D. Grau, C. O'Neill, O. Prusak, BG. This article offers a superficial explanation for the genesis of the development of romantic love, at least on an intellectual plane, but does not explain human love for one person versus another.
Most people I know have one very special intense love for a certain person, which may persist for a lifetime, which love seems to defy explanation when compared to subsequent relationships and loves. The special lover may not be as good looking, or have nicer personality traits, or be more compatible than later lovers, but remains powerful in the person's heart forever; just the sound of his voice makes her heart want to burst.
She may go on to marry other people, have fairly happy marriages, lives, and families without the beloved, and some never have so much as another word with, or ever again see, the beloved for the remainder of a lifetime.
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So what is the explanation for that? It would seem maladaptive from a purely intellectual standpoint.
What is it about that person when later lovers seem superior? Thank you for the article. However, I don't follow this. Romantic love is not rational in the first place; whether or not it is reciprocated does not seem to make it more or less rational or more or less valid by any other measure either. If there is any 'choice' involved in romantic love, even there it can be a rational choice to continue loving someone who does not reciprocate. Other kinds of love -- such as practicing universal compassion, for example -- may arguably be considered a rational choice. I have provided an extended argument for the position that love can be assessed for rationality in my book On Romantic Love Oxford University Press, Not much hinges on the use of the term 'rational'.
If preferred, one can substitute 'reasonable' or 'healthy' or some other fitting evaluative term for 'rational'. I provide a definition of 'rational' pertaining specifically to emotions in my book. I'm afraid I don't follow this either; doesn't "lovable for me" just mean that I can love that person? I certainly can i. It can even be rational, and justified, to do so. For example, I may love someone with different temperament, so we fight often. I may love someone who doesn't reciprocate. I may love a difficult person. I may love an ill person physically or mentally ill which takes its toll on my well-being.
Thanks for your great comments! I agree that the former formulation was unfortunate. What I had in mind was a sense of the word relevant to the constraint on the rationality of love. This was the finding of a new report released by Morning Consult.
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