"Made To Love" as written by Kimbra Johnson, John Legend, Dave Tozer, Nana Tuffor, Justin Baron, Andrew Horowitz, Marcos Enrique Palacios, Ernest Clark, Kanye West and Author Unknown Composer....
Have a seat here for you
We were made to love
We were made to love
You was in for me too
We were made to love
We were made to love

Oh I never seen anything
It much more then you and me
Extraordinary see
Oh I never loved
I never loved
Never loved someone like this

Have a seat here for you
We were made to love
We were made to love
You was in for me too
We were made to love
We were made to love

High! High! High!
Made for love
We were made to love

Have a seat here for you
We were made to love
We were made to love
You was in for me too
We were made to love
We were made to love

Oh have you ever know
When you lay you eyes on
You're a perfect work of art
I knew right from the start
Ow I was never sure
Of a God before
But I know he must exist
He created this

Have a seat here for you
We were made to love
We were made to love
You was in for me too
We were made to love
We were made to love

High! High! High!
Made for love
We were made to love

Have a seat here for you
We were made to love
We were made to love
You was in for me too
We were made to love
We were made to love

Have a seat here for you
You was in for me too
High! High! High!
Have a seat here for you
You was in for me too


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"Made to Love" as written by Justin Baron Marshall Jefferson

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    Song MeaningThe above lyrics are a little off, but the message isn't lost. A powerful compilation of meaning & faith can be seen through these words, giving the listener an open invitation to feel what only their hearts can give them. So many are lost in the darkness of this world - living in the moment instead of for it. The original video by John Legend didn't hit me so deeply as a few of the cuts I've seen. One compilation in particular, using Disney's "Paperman" as a base; we see the story of a young man who by fate comes face to face with the heart that makes him see. A moment we all hope for. In the coming scenes he notices this same woman in the building across the street, as if brought together again by luck. Just out of reach, not knowing what to do; he does the only thing he can - fold paper airplanes and throw them across in hopes of grabbing her attention. It takes on a metaphorical meaning for those of us who have fought continuously for someone we love - showing us that despite being oceans apart, there's some things in life that will be worth fighting for. Some of the airplanes even make it in the office she's standing, though she remains oblivious. Eventually he runs out of paper and frantically looks around in hopes of finding a better option. He looks down at the last one he has with her lipstick, the only thing he has left of her if the moment passes. He sighs and folds the paper with this look of faith written on his face, as if to say to himself "this one can work". Just as he prepares to throw it though, the wind comes and grabs it from his hands and out the window. He jumps but can't catch it. Looking as if his last chance just flew away, the lyrics (1:50) "I was never sure of a God before; but I know he must exist, he created this." started. He looks up to see her leaving the office and walking out to the street below. Panicked, he turns around to run down only to be stopped by his boss. He sits for a moment and thinks about what he should do. Realizing this feeling is worth it. He jumps from his desk and runs to the street below hoping to catch her before she disappears - which brings us to the part about faith. Instead of finding her, he only finds the last paper airplane atop a mailbox. Frustrated & angry, he throws the airplane and "gives up" - walking away with a sense of defeat & loneliness. But the universe has something else in store. We follow the airplane as it flies & through a string of random & fateful events is bringing them back together. The airplane again lands by the foot of this man as if to be an image of how our hearts continue to remind us of the times we've tried so hard. "Don't Forget" - He brushes it off in frustration but these feelings, these reminders in the form of paper airplanes continue to push him in directions he doesn't understand. The character fights and fights, but little does he know the last paper he threw was brought face to face with the same young woman, who is, in the same way; being brought in her own direction. The video ends with her holding the original paper airplane as she steps off this random train, looking up to see the young man who tried so desperately to grab her attention. Never lose faith, that even when you think the opportunity to share something real has passed, the world will bring whats ultimately right back together. Fate, Destiny, Love - No matter how you view it. Faith is what brings you through.
    Robert_Vanleeuwenon December 18, 2016   Link

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