Loving you
I'm loving you
I'm loving you
I want to
I would love to
You would laugh
But I'm on stage for you
I do sing for you
Of course I do and I love to

Now, say goodbye
But I don't want to
Then I don't have to
Oh oh oh
Then I don't have to
Oh oh oh
Then I don't have to

Here with you
We're a pair me and you
In my soul it's true
I wanna know you
I would love to
When you go
I will worship you
I will remember you
Of course I would
I would love to

Now, say goodbye
But I don't want to
Then I don't have to
Oh oh oh
Then I don't have to
Oh oh oh
Then I don't have to

Loving you
I'm loving you
I'm loving you
I want to
I would love to



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    General CommentIt sounds like he's talking to the crowd. He sings for the people in the crowd and is on stage for all of them. He doesn't have to say goodbye, because he'll be with another crowd soon enough.
    But I think this could easily be a front. This song sounds exactly like an experience with unrequited love, especially when he says "I wanna know you, I would love to." I recently had to move away from someone who didn't know how I felt about them and probably didn't feel the same way anyway. Saying goodbye in a situation like that is incredibly difficult, and you pretend like you "don't have to" all the way up to the very end. To me the first and last part where he says "I'm loving you, I want to, I would love to" confirm that that's what this song is about. I guess it could be about the crowd and it could be about an individual, but either way it's a really great song.
    chopperjon May 23, 2013   Link
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    My Interpretationi feel like this is about a friend who died- he doesn't want to say goodbye, he sings in memory of them and how he never got to tell them how he felt. there wasn't enough time to know them as well as he wanted but he still loves them.
    molly16438on December 08, 2015   Link

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