"The Loving Kind" as written by and Miranda Eleanor De Fonbrune/higgins Cooper....
Sometimes,
I watch you when you're sleeping
I wonder what you're feeling
Both wide awake and dreaming
Of yesterday, I want you
To kiss away the tensions
The issues never mentioned
With all the best intentions
But you turn away

Oh baby if you find
I'm not the loving kind
I'll buy you flowers
I'll pour you wine
Do anything to change your mind
I know you may be disinclined
To find the love we've left behind
So kiss me then make up your mind
I'm not the loving kind

I'd do anything
Sing songs that lover's sing
If I could change your mind
Am I not the loving kind?

I'd do anything
Sing songs that lover's sing
If I could change your mind
Am I not the loving kind?

Somewhere on a Monday morning
In a rush hour of another day
Standing on a crowded platform
Carelessly we lost our way

Sometimes
I watch you when you're sleeping
I wonder what you're feeling
Both wide awake and dreaming
Of yesterday

Oh baby if you find
I'm not the loving kind
I'll buy you flowers
I'll pour you wine
Do anything to change your mind
I know you may be disinclined
To find the love we've left behind
So kiss me then make up your mind
I'm not the loving kind
I'm not the loving kind
I'm not the loving kind

Oh baby if you find
I'm not the loving kind
I'll buy you flowers
I'll pour you wine
Do anything to change your mind
I know you may be disinclined
To find the love we've left behind
So kiss me then make up your mind
I'm not the loving kind
I'm not the loving kind
I'm not the loving kind


Lyrics submitted by brynmars

"The Loving Kind" as written by Chris Lowe Neil Tennant

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    General Comment^ explanation for my slight enjoyment of this song; it was written by Neil Tennant. I don't feel as stupid now.
    limoon January 03, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI think this song is about if their lover doesnt think that they are ''the loving kind'' or that he couldnt love them then they are going to try desperately to change his mind.
    I think that is basically the gist of it.=]
    Assshhon March 08, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI'm addicted to this song!
    brynmarson October 31, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt's "I'll buy you flowers, I'll pour you wine" not "I'll find flaws, I'll show you mine". She's saying she'll do the traditional romantic things to try and change his mind.
    x-miss-kelly-xon December 06, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI dont like Girls Aloud (just another girly pop band!) but this song isn't bad musically, the way it's mixed and whatnot.
    limoon December 15, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentwt does the song actualli mean...i thought it was something about a girl tryin to win her man back....but in the video, it shows Cheryl and the girls a bit violent lol
    XXmariaXXon January 10, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Commentnot a great song but Cheryl and Nadine are well fit in the video
    aficianadoon February 22, 2009   Link
  • 0
    My OpinionI think it's a great song. I love Nicola and Kim. To me, it seems like their upset about not being "the loving kind" and trying to do everything they can to prove that they are. They start to get frustrated (hence the violence in the music vid) and really just want to know if their man will still be around because they aren't "the loving kind" and they finally realize that.
    Prowler Kidon March 07, 2010   Link

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