"Love Love" as written by Lisa Miriam Silver and Steve Wariner....
You bring me right back down to the Earth from the promised land
We're getting close to the center of the Earth with an honest plan
You'll never be your mother or your father do you understand
Until you understand
We don't have too much time here
And time it travels far too fast
We're not to far we're too near
Before they take it from our hands
Why don't you teach your heart to fill and give your love love, give your love love give it all away
Why don't you teach your heart to talk and give your love love, give your love love.
Gimme gimme what I need

We'll take you right back down to the Earth from the mother land
This is a first class journey to the gods to the son of man
You're at the gates of human revolution don't you understand
Why don't you understand
(Understand) we don't have too much time here
And time it travels far too fast
We're not too far we're too near
Before they take it from our hands
Why don't you teach your heart to fill and give your love love, give your love love give it all away
Why don't you teach your heart to talk and give your love love, give your love love give it all away
Why don't you teach your heart to fill and give your love love, give your love love give it all away
Why don't you teach your heart to talk and give your love love, give your love love.
Gimme gimme what I need

We don't have too much time here
And time it travels far too fast
We're not too far we're too near
Before they take it from our hands
Why don't you teach your heart to fill and give your love love, give your love love give it all away
Why don't you teach your heart to talk and give your love love, give your love love give it all away
Why don't you teach your heart to fill and give your love love, give your love love give it all away
Why don't you teach your heart to talk an give your love love, give your love love.
Gimme gimme what I need


Lyrics submitted by rowkem388, edited by heighho

"Love Love" as written by Robbie Williams Gary Barlow

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  • +2
    General CommentYou're an idiot Thomas, go troll somewhere else. D:

    I actually like this song! I didn't even realise Robbie was back in the band until I looked it up. Heard it tacked on the end of X-Men: First Class. It's catchy, loving the chorus. :D
    60_miles_an_houron June 13, 2011   Link
  • 0
    Song Meaningthe meaning of this song is simple.... racism!

    take that made this song aspeically for x-men: the first class which is about a group of mutants (humans with powers)and the fact that humans discriminate them.

    Why don't you teach your heart to feel
    And give your love love, give your love love
    Give it all away
    Why don't you teach your heart to talk
    And give your love love, give your love love
    Gimme, gimme what I need

    this is basically saying why wont you accept us mutants, open up your heart and love us.

    You're at the gates of human evolution
    Don't you understand? Why don't you understand?

    in the movie, a mutant is a advanced human being hence the evolution.

    its quiet simple when you lok at the movie and the song

    charlconstantineon July 30, 2011   Link
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    General CommentI think the lyrics to this song are very impressive, given what Take That had to do. They had to write a song for the film 'X Men First Class' which could also work as a standard pop tune to put on their EP 'Progressed', and which could stand alone from the film!

    So there's at least three levels to the lyrics:

    1) The themes of the X Men films. Note the phrase 'First Class' in the second verse - proof the song was written as a commission for the film. But also there's the references to not being like one's parents, being at the gates of human evolution, and of people needing to understand. Of course, the mutants in the X Men are themselves metaphors for difference of any non-unique sort, from homosexuality to transgenderism to racism, particularly prejudice against those of a mixed race ethnicity (hence 'you'll never be like your father or your mother'. But more generally I think it could just apply to the next generation having to always be different from their parents in terms of the constant progress of civilisation as a whole. The 'Love Love' chorus answers all this with the good old solution that is never used enough - if in doubt, preach love. It could be also a song from the point of view someone of 'difference' trying to have a relationship with someone who is more 'mainstream'.

    2) An unusual but actually straightforward love song, asking someone to 'evolve' as in be more honest with their feelings.

    3) This is the most clever level: it also works as a song about Take That in their 'Progress' phase! Like a lot of the songs on the 'Progress' LP and the 'Progressed' EP, it addresses the band's overcoming of past differences in order to work with Robbie Williams once more, after his acrimonius split from the band in the 90s and after all that was said on both sides publicly. The theme of the album (and the cover) was about getting older as kind of personal 'evolution' within your own life. Older and wiser, putting past arguments away. As the song goes, 'we don't have too much time here, and time it travels much too fast' - particularly when you are, like Take That, 40 year old men! Life's too short, so let's all just evolve and... love each other. If all five of Take That can give each other 'love love' and get back together - and make excellent brand new songs like this one - then there's hope for humanity yet!
    heighhoon December 16, 2012   Link
  • -4
    General Commenti think this song represents the resentment they feel for being puffs and taking turns to rape each other, it shows how gayness is a disease that can only be cured by suicide or being run over by a large articulated lorry, preferably an 18 wheeler one. it also interprets the loneliness gay creatures also feel and there perpetual usage of public toilets to make them feel wanted, after there parents did the correct thing and threw them out after catching them with big hairy jim from next door.
    Thomas353on June 12, 2011   Link

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