"Scarlet" as written by Dan Haseltine, Charlie Lowell, Stephen Daniel Mason and Matt Odmark....
If I was your love I would want only you.
I'd lay at this altar, give all I am, all that is true.

This old scarlet letter won't keep me from holding you.
And there is nothing you can do.
Nothing you do.

For love I have scaled the face of these kingdom walls.
So let down your hair, let our kiss make fools of them all.

This old scarlet letter won't keep me from holding you.
And there is nothing you can do.
Nothing you do.


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"Scarlet" as written by Dan Haseltine Charlie Lowell

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    General CommentThe song reminds me of The Scarlet Letter (of course). If you think of it in that sense, it pretty much makes sense on its own. I think the song's saying that no matter what the other person has done in (her) life, there's forgiveness in love.
    loveverlastingon June 14, 2002   Link
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    General CommentIt tells about how if we know Christ as our Savior, there is no sin that keeps God from holding and loving us. And there is NOTHING that we can do to stop God from forgiving us or loving us. His love is so much greater than we are, nothing we do can stop or hinder it.
    malli321on July 02, 2002   Link

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