"Enough Love" as written by and Nicola Hitchcock Saul Freeman....
Come
Like a baby to the breast
Every inch of you to test my skin

You
Deepen cracks and pour in more
Still standing at the door in tears

And I feel
And do you feel
Enough love

Or do you feel
Or do you feel
Enough love is too rare

Still
Leaving me untied in hands
That you tied and locked away alive

Here
I can't stand another scene
Can't face another day
In here

And I feel
And do you feel
Enough love

Or do you feel
Or do you feel
Enough love is too rare

Do I feel
Do you feel
Enough love

Or do you feel
Or do you feel
Enough love is too rare

You could weather me if I turned to stone
If I turned to stone something like a statue
You could keep me hidden in your garden
Then no-one need ever know

And I feel
And do you feel
Enough love

Or do you feel
Or do you feel
Enough love is too rare

Do I feel
Do you feel
Enough love

Or do you feel
Or do you feel
Enough love is too rare


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"Enough Love" as written by Saul Freeman Nicola Hitchcock

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    General CommentI love this song.
    It's meaning can almost change with your mood and with what you need from it at a particular moment, but right now I think it's about a woman whose lover did something that betrayed her trust. (S)He's leaving because (s)he hurt the relationship and her so badly. But she's saying that she loves him/her enough to pretend to let it drop. She's saying she loves the other person enough that she'd willingly turn to stone because separation would hurt her so much more badly. She's willing to lose herself to preserve that emotional connection.
    But will (s)he stay? Is the love enough to hide her lover's betrayal and her heart hardening? And is (s)he even willing to try?
    MemoryWakeon December 15, 2008   Link

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