"Unique Is My Dove" as written by and Josh Werner Aaron Dugan....
On the way into this world, our soul was born in two
Searching for you, I been searching for you
Where ya been, where ya running to
Where ya got to go, what ya got to do
Don't care where were goin, just wanna be with you
Put your head on my shoulder, tell me what you been thru
When I lose my focus, you remind me of the truth
Lift us up to the heavens, for a birds eye view

One woman for me
Other half of my soul, you are my queen
One woman for me
Other half of my soul, roots of my tree

We could forget about galus for a while, our troubles for a while
Sometimes I look at you and just smile, sit in the park and just laugh all day
Sometimes I just lose it with the things that you say, waiting by the subway
But we missed the train, well take the next one if you can pull me away
Keep me cool down to earth, and no anxiety
Stay Matis with the humble heart always

One woman for me
Other half of my soul, you are my queen
One woman for me
Other half of my soul, roots of my tree

We don't need no umbrella, when we're walking in the rain
Sunlight or clouds, its all the same
Don't need no umbrella, when we're walking in the rain

So smart and sharp, a soul lovely
And beauty shine bright, yes you're there for me
Keep the ways of our fathers, how way it use to be
Moving forward, don't mean erase our history
Look to your ways, and see a girl who wants to do the right thing
Dedicated to your life, bigger than you or me
Build a temple in our hearts, for his majesty
Stay simple, serve god, and keep our deeds clean

One woman for me
Other half of my soul, you are my queen
One woman for me
Other half of my soul, roots of my tree


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"Unique Is My Dove" as written by Josh D Werner Aaron Dugan

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    General Commentgreat love song, with some god references as well
    I_am_proon August 10, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis might be a really stupid idea (especially since I mostly just took the "One woman for me ..." part into consideration), but could he be singing from Jesus' perspective and be referring to the Bride of Christ (the church) when he talks about the woman? Like I said, I didn't really read far into it, so this could be a really stupid idea, so please don't flame me =)
    Beef Mongeron April 04, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI don't think it'd make much sense for a devout Jew like Matisyahu to make a love song from Jesus' perspective.
    Erik Moganon May 07, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI agree with Erik, but I can see how it could be interpreted that way.
    He really just wrote this song for his wife.
    HibbingismyHolyLandon September 26, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti like when he says
    bap pa yo yo yo!
    GrungyBeatleon December 08, 2007   Link
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    General CommentNaw, Beef, I'm going to have to agree with Erik on this one too. But I do believe your at least half right. It's kind of like the Song of Solomon, where the the poem was commonly thought to be directed towards the Jewish nation. People are pretty much split down the middle on this, as I think could be the case here with this song. You had many scholars believe that King Solomon wrote his poem as simply a provocative poem written for his bride. The other half of these scholars believed that the Solomon wrote the poem with the Jewish nation in mind. I seriously doubt that Matisyahu was singing this with Jesus in mind, however, I do believe that it may have been just as metaphorical as the Old Testament's Song of Solomon may have been.
    digiloopson May 29, 2008   Link
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    General CommentNaw, Beef, I'm going to have to agree with Erik on this one too. But I do believe your at least half right. It's kind of like the Song of Solomon, where the the poem was commonly thought to be directed towards the Jewish nation. People are pretty much split down the middle on this, as I think could be the case here with this song. You had many scholars believe that King Solomon wrote his poem as simply a provocative poem written for his bride. The other half of these scholars believed that the Solomon wrote the poem with the Jewish nation in mind. I seriously doubt that Matisyahu was singing this with Jesus in mind, however, I do believe that it may have been just as metaphorical as the Old Testament's Song of Solomon may have been.
    digiloopson May 29, 2008   Link

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