"Lovers in Love" as written by and John Baldwin Gourley....
Crawl from the fire into the pan,
What we don't need, hell will demand,
Higher, higher, higher, higher.
Higher, higher, higher, higher.
Well I'm not in need therefore don't demand,
And what hell can sell you I can't defend,
Higher, higher, higher, higher.
Higher, higher, higher, higher.

And if another lover takes that love away from you,
Be careful with your mind and what you're bound to do.

Lovers in love.
Lovers in love.

Lovers loving love just like these lovers are loving in love.
Lovers loving love just like these lovers are loving in love.

And if another lover takes that love away from you,
Be careful with your mind and what you're bound to do.

Lovers in love.
Lovers in love.
Lovers in love.
Lovers in love.

And if we make it, I'll come back.
And if we make it, I'll come back.

Lovers loving love just like these lovers are loving in love.
Lovers loving love just like these lovers are loving in love.

Lovers in love. (Higher, higher, higher.)
Lovers in love. (Higher, higher, higher.)
Lovers in love. (Higher, higher, higher.)
Lovers in love. (Higher, higher, higher.)


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"Lovers in Love" as written by John Baldwin Gourley

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    I think the verse about crawling from the fire into the pan is about getting into a relationship you know is bad but it's not as bad as being lonely. Or maybe it can just be getting into a bad situation period from a situation that's worse.

    The verse about if another lover takes their love from you careful what with your mind what you're bound to do is obvious in that those kind of situations can make people do crazy and harmful things.
    MrJawbreakingEquilibriumon July 14, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI feel like the song may be about drug addiction and how addiction can be disguised as love once a person has become addicted. With the references of hell being the addiction. (What hell can sell you, i can't defend).
    UncleSlimon December 21, 2009   Link

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