"Love in fear" as written by and Dallas Wehrle Will Kidman....
On the weird winds of Ontario
came worry sailing strange and low
And we laid under the heavy sheets to love to spite the strange winds blowing
To lust with raging lungs
What hangs above when we love in fear?
Don't take me to the hospital
Don't tie me to the wires
Just kiss me on a rooftop
It's for us
It's a red light flashing under helicopters of desire
Red light
It's for us

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"Love in Fear" as written by Dallas Wehrle Bryan Webb


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    General CommentI think he uses words like spite, lust and desire to portray the unhealthiness and danger of loving in fear. The thought that love can cure your ills (don't take me to the hospital...just kiss me on the rooftop) is basically the frenzy that a person can wrap themselves in when the fear of losing love (that they most times have already lost or have never had) trumps reason. All the evil in the world is driven by people who mistake love for a possession.
    angryroboton September 13, 2006   Link

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