See the mirror in your eyes
See the truth behind the lies
Your lies are haunting me

See the reason in your eyes
Giving answer to the why
Your eyes are haunting me

Huh
Huh
Huh
Falling in and out of love
In love, in love
Huh
Falling in and out of love
Your love, your love
Huh
Falling in and out of love
Your love, your love
Huh
Falling in and out of love
Your love

See the mirror in your eyes
See the truth behind the lies
Your lies are haunting me
See the reason in your eyes
Giving answer to the why
Your eyes are haunting me

Huh
Falling in and out of love
In love, in love, in love
Huh
Falling in and out of love
Your love, your love, your love
Your love, your love, your love
Your love, your love, your love
Your love, your love, your love
Your love, your love, your love
Huh
Falling in and out of love
Your love, your love, your love
Huh
Falling in and out of love
Your love, your love, your love

Why can't you see it
Why can't you feel
In and out of love each time
Why can't you feel it
Why can't you see it
In and out of love

I keep keep running
I keep keep falling
Love is fade away

You keep keep running
I keep keep falling
Love is fade away

Keep keep running
I keep keep falling
Love is fade away

Huh
Away, away, away,
Away, let it fade away


Lyrics submitted by Madvil

In and Out of Love Lyrics as written by Armin Van Buuren Benno De Goeij

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Downtown Music Publishing, Cloud9, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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In and out of love (feat. Sharon den Adel) song meanings
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  • +1
    General Comment

    had this on really loud on new year's day what a lovely voice, just makes the song

    birdsflyon February 19, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    Love this song! I don't know how Armin Van Buuren is able to convey as much emotion in his beats as the vocals but he does. It's amazing! I'm in love with the way the music compliments her voice in this song. And I agree with the previous posts, the lyrics are straight forward.

    tambellinaon August 25, 2010   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    sharon is fucking amazing.

    and girl, boy might do feel the same the other way round.... love just sucks sometimes :(

    LeChuckon February 28, 2012   Link
  • +1
    My Interpretation

    this can mean so many things!

    assuming that it's the girl (Sharon) is the one who is hurt im going to say it this way (sorry boys lol)

    she's been lied to by her love and unfortunately she can't get past it. most people have eye contacts when it comes to confrontations. So when she asked for the truth (lies) they looked into each other's eyes and her loved lied to her (masking it with his so called TRUTH) but she felt (or caught, we dont know for sure) him lying and bam, the lyrics does speak for itself. So because he lied to her, she fell out of love. But who can resist, the eyes of their loved ones? thats why she is in and out of love each time she sees him.

    now im going to assume this part: "See the reason in your eyes, giving answer to the why, your eyes are haunting me..." she was asking herself why he would lie to her, trying to see into his eyes, but no matter what she does, it keeps haunting her, those lies in his eyes.

    another part im going to assume: "See the mirror in your eyes, see the truth behind your lies, Your lies are haunting me..., See the reason in your eyes, giving answer to the why, your eyes are haunting me..." she sees herself in his eyes, as if he loves her, and only has eyes for her, trying to see the truth behind the lie (OBVIOUSLY, he didn't want to lose her so he lied) but regardless of what the reason may be to the truth behind the lie, the lie is still bothering her.

    another assumption: "Why can't you feel it? Why can't you see it? In and out of love." Why doesn't he see how much she's hurting? how is it that he isn't seeing it? because you don't feel or see it, why should she be in love with someone so heartless?

    "It keep keep runnin' It keep keep fallin' Let it fade away. Away away away away Oh Let it fade away." let the pain and the lies just fade away so she doesn't have to suffer anymore.

    and perhaps work on that trust again? (in and out of love)

    Sunnygirl305on July 06, 2014   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    I've got tot say that the whole "imagine" album is fucking phenomenal. as for what the song means, its basically straight forward

    willow7913on September 06, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    i luv it

    XXmariaXXon January 01, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    fucking cool beat during the intro. awesome trance song :p

    MrBaldyon March 24, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Only five comments? I can't believe I haven't got sick after this song after a year...quite amazing dance track.

    maxellcdon August 13, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Wow. Absolutely GREAT song. Emotionally Song W/Awesome Music.

    Yeah....The Lyrics Same It ALL. They Speak For Themselves.

    IbethDanceon September 01, 2009   Link
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    Memory

    awesome song !!!!!!!! i love it !!!!!!!!

    sandeep102on March 14, 2017   Link

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