"Luv (sic)" as written by Robert Baker, Gordon Downie, Johnny Fay, Paul Langlois and Gordon Sinclair....
There are words I carry in my heart
Words I carry in my heart
Clung to
Glad of
Uncommonly held
Peculiarly interlaced
Remembered and felt
Am I lovesick?
It's as if love's the only virtue there is
Am I lovesick?

The plot thins, emotions get frayed
Attractions move through the shade
Done for
Delight in
And forever held
Influence
Given life
Remembered and felt
Am I lovesick?
It's not as if love's the only virtue there is
Am I lovesick?

It's nothing to hate
Who can't hate can
Got nothing against hate
It's all the planning
It gets hard to remember
We're best when we're tender

There are words I carry in my heart
Words I carry in my heart
Words I carry in my heart
Clung to
Glad of
Uncommonly held
Peculiarly interlaced
Remembered and felt
Am I lovesick?
Maybe love is the only virtue there is
Am I lovesick?
Lovesick, lovesick
Love is the only virtue there is
Am I lovesick?


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"Luv (Sic)" as written by Gordon Sinclair Gordon Downie

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    General CommentThis song is a great song that I think is about falling in love with someone, and becoming lovesick, feeling as if "Love's the only virtue there is" and then falling apart while still in love with the person, hoping that "love's not the only virtue there is", eventually thinking that "Maybe love is the only virtue there is" without any escape, and it doesn't matter what the relationship is like, once you're caught in its trap, you're stuck. Very good song.
    kuroginon April 08, 2008   Link

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