[i]"In Love"[/i] written by Jonathan Foreman. It was released on the [i]Winter EP[/i] in 2008....
In love, in love
In life, in love
In you, in love
In death, my love

In time, in love
In place in love
In form, in love
In death, my love

My God, my love
My life, my love
Is yours, my love
My pride, my love

This cross, my love
Is mine, my love
To bear, my love
To buy, my love

This cup, my love
This bread, my love
My life, my love
Is yours, my love

Come drink, my love
My blood, my love
My life, my love
In death, my love

My God, my love
My life, my love
Is Yours my love
My pride, my love

This cross, my love
Is mine, my love
To bear, my love
This time, my love


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    General CommentI really enjoy the simplicity of the words and rhythm of the prose it has a feel good fluidity. Likewise i dig the dynamic of the love between man and God or the love between man and woman. There is so much to this song that I could over analyze. I just thought it deserved a comment. And it sounds good too. Real good.
    scythian empireon March 09, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI found this song very similar to a monastic chant, like a form of prayer. Quite powerful.
    HugsHoneyon June 04, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt sounds like the themes of the Last Supper and the Garden in Gethsamane...
    samuel3v4on April 26, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI also really love the simplicity of this song. It says just enough, not a word too many. It has a very serene, Asian vibe.

    In my opinion, the second verse makes the most of the phrase "in love" by demonstrating that love is in all of those things--time, place, form and death. Also, it seems to be talking about the prophecy of the messiah, i.e., in God's time the messiah will come take our place, in the form of man, sent to die for our sins--and the idea of love overarches even the pain of it all.

    After that there's a movement between "my love" as either the aforementioned thing is a symbol of God's love, or he is referring to his beloved. Both are correct.

    I believe Jesus is the speaker throughout the song, but it leaves room for interpretation. One could also see it as a Christian reciprocating his love to God in worship, making references to following Jesus and taking up his cross.
    rocknrollgirl47on August 11, 2011   Link

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