"Big Love" as written by and Charles Spearin Ohad Benchetrit....
I decided God was
No longer in my bed
Big love is dead love
Big love is dead love

Big love is dead love
Big love is dead love
Big love is dead love
Big love is dead love

And I decided God was
No longer in my bed
Big love is not love
Big love is not love

Dead love is not love
Dead love is not love
Dead love is not love
Dead love is not love

Big love is dead love
Big love is dead love
Big love is dead love
Big love is dead love


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"Big Love" as written by Kevin Drew Charles Spearin

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    General Commentdead love is not love.
    thequiettypeon November 24, 2007   Link
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    General Commentlove this.
    "i've decided god is was longer in my head"
    what does that mean?
    dustybreezeon March 09, 2008   Link
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    General Commentdid this song ever get played in a movie/tv show? because it sounds so familiar..
    ps, i love it!


    "i've decided god is was longer in my head"
    that might mean he doesnt believe believe or think about god. (obviously)
    the 'iv decided' part is kinda weird, because you cant decide to get someone out of your head. its hard.. so its kind of ironic isnt it? kevin might of lost his faith.. who knows.
    besanon June 28, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI wonder what "Big Love" is...

    Maybe the blanket of love that God has for all humans?

    The end of this song was the part that perked my ears when I first heard it. I like it.
    jimmyazon August 25, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI'm pretty sure the first line is just a typo. It sounds exactly like the second time he says it. It's just "i've decided god was no longer in my head".
    sehrillon October 20, 2008   Link
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    General Commentdead love is not love.
    thequiettypeon November 24, 2007   Link

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