"Is That Love?" as written by Christopher Difford and Glenn Tilbrook....
You've left my ring by the soap,
Now is that love?
You cleaned me out you could say broke,
Now is that love?
The better better better it gets
The more these girls forget
That that is love.

You won't get dressed you walk about,
Now is that, is that
A teasing glance has pushed me out,
Now is that, is that
The tougher tougher tougher it gets
The more my lips frequent
Now that is love.

Beat me up with your letters, your walk out notes,
Funny how you still find me right here at home.
Legs up with a book and a drink,
Now is that love that's making you think.

You've called my bluff I'm not so hot,
Now is that love
My assets froze while yours have dropped,
Now is that, is that
It's the cupid cupid cupid disguise
That more or less survived
Now that is love.

Beat me up with your letters, your walk out notes,
Funny how you still find me right here at home.
Legs up with a book and a drink,
Now is that love that's making you think.

You've made my bed, the finger points
Now is that, is that love
The more you more you more you cool down
The easier love is found
Now that is love.


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"Is That Love" as written by Glenn Tilbrook Christopher Difford

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    My InterpretationOne of my favorite Squeeze songs and not just because I heard it first on the radio and within the first few bars said "New Squeeze! Cool!"

    A catchy bouncy tune with easy-to-get lyrics, not profound but pretty wise.

    Simple message is that love isn't just that big chemical Romeo rush you get when you first meet someone -- it's still being able to live with them years later.

    When her "assets have dropped", and you're "not so hot", will she leave your ring by the soap or give you teasing glances? Will she make your bed, or beat you up with walk-out notes?
    retrosteveon September 30, 2009   Link
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    General CommentA great song...masterful lyrics. Very witty and yet a simple theme of love gone wrong. Man, Squeeze was the best!
    sandra1156on May 10, 2017   Link

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