I'm more than just an option (hey, hey, hey)
Refuse to be forgotten (hey, hey, hey)
I took a chance with my heart (hey, hey, hey)
And I feel it taking over

I better find your loving, I better find your heart
I better find your loving, I better find your heart
I better find your loving, I better find your heart
I bet if I give all my love then nothing's gonna tear us apart

I'm more than just a number (hey, hey, hey)
I doubt you'll find another (hey, hey, hey)
So every single summer (hey, hey, hey)
I'll be the one that you'll remember

And I better find your loving, I better find your heart
I better find your loving, I better find your heart
I better find your loving, I better find your heart
I bet if I give all my love then nothing's gonna tear us apart

It's more than just a mission (hey, hey, hey)
You hear, but you don't listen (hey, hey, hey)
You better pay attention (hey, hey, hey)
And get what you've been missing

I better find your loving, I better find your heart
I better find your loving, I better find your heart
I better find your loving, I better find your heart
I bet if I give all my love then nothing's gonna tear us apart
(Tear us apart)

Too many times I've been wrong
I guess being right takes too long
I'm done waiting, there's nothing left to do
But give all I have to you and

I better find your loving (find your loving)
I better find your heart (I better find your heart)
I better find your loving (I better find your loving)
I bet if I give all my love then nothing's gonna tear us apart
(Tear us apart)

I bet if I give all my love then nothing's gonna tear us apart
(Tear us apart)


Lyrics submitted by NocturnalJess

Find Your Love Lyrics as written by Ernest Wilson Aubrey Graham

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  • +4
    General Comment

    im surprised that even the guy who said he watched the video couldnt catch the jist of what drakes REALLY saying which is that hes talking directly to the audience or listener which is US!

    We can start off with 'I took a chance with my heart (Hey hey hey) And I feel it takin� over' - i believe this signifies him "selling his soul" for the fame and recognition [money, lifestyle, ect].

    He then gets in to the nxt hook with 'I�m more than just a number (Hey hey hey) I doubt you�ll find another (Hey hey hey) So every single summer (Hey hey hey) I�ll be the one that you remember' - this signifies that hes not just any rapper and with his performance he will be crapping out hit after hit and we will love it and we will make hime blow up.

    Too many times, I�ve been wrong I guess being right takes too long I�m done waitin�, there�s nothin� left to do But give all I have to you - here he is saying that hard work gets you by but working hard takes too long so in order to speed it up and probably become even more famous he "gives all he has to you' now here 'you' represents 'satan' if i may. THis last stanza or verse was wat really made it clear. and if this still isnt clear enough brush up onn your POLITICS and watch the video

    peace and love everyone [ sry i had to get creepy but theres some creepy stuff going on in the music industry, media and entertainment in general]

    elizannonon June 19, 2010   Link
  • +3
    General Comment

    Am I crazy for thinking this song is about an obsessive, one-sided relationship? Like, I understand how it's about music or being "more than friends" but everytime I hear this song I think it's about like, a Fatal Attraction-kind of relationship. And the video doesn't totally disprove my theory. Look at it like this: "I took a chance with my heart (Hey hey hey)/And I feel it takin' over" -He took a chance by being with this girl and now he's mad for her and his love/lust is taking over him completely "I'm more than just a number (Hey hey hey)/I doubt you'll find another (Hey hey hey" -She doesn't feel the same way and she puts him off as "just another guy" but he says that he's the best... I was about to say "she'll have ever had" but I wanted to avoid the obvious Drake pun :P "I better find your lovin'/I better find your heart/I bet if I give all my love/Then nothin's gonna tear us apart" -She better fall in love with him because if he can't have her then nobody can. And he figures if he just keeps showing how much he loves her, he can force her to fall for him, when it's really just a pipe dream. As an opinion, when I first heard a sample of this song, I was like, "oooh, Drake, you let me down". But after hearing it 2 or 3 times, I can't stop listening to it! I feel Drake is an artist you have to let grow on you, but one he does, you'll be a big fan. He's definitely one of the best artists in the game today.

    babyghostrogueon September 21, 2010   Link
  • +2
    General Comment

    had this on repeat since i heard it; its amazinggggg.

    ohxcriminalon April 30, 2010   Link
  • +2
    General Comment

    Everyone sees Drake as just another rapper... but this song will prove them wrong! I thought that it was someone like Ne-Yo or Mario singing it, it was really surprising when I found out it was Drake. It's great

    icstarrrson May 20, 2010   Link
  • +2
    Song Meaning

    It's just about being in love with someone who doesn't love you back, might even be using you. The music video takes it even further than that, sending the message that physical intimacy does not mean love. Even if people have sex, it doesn't always mean they are in love. The person in this song believes he is in love, and wants to prove that they can love each other, MAKE her love him. He doesn't realize that her motives are different and she doesn't want to love him at all. I can relate to this, seeing things from his perspective, waiting and waiting, then finally realizing that if someone doesn't love me back by now, I'm wasting my time.

    Cindyloulouon December 04, 2010   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    i left out the most important part!!!!!! It�s more than just a mission (Hey hey hey)- he means its about more than just music or getting money You hear but you don�t listen (Hey hey hey)- hes saying you hear these songs being played but your not listnening and actually interpretting the meaning of these lyrics You better pay attention (Hey hey hey)- hes warning that maybe you should start listening to the actual lyrics And get what you been missin� - once you can do that you will realize the ggrgand scheme of whats going on

    and it is bigger than hip hop....

    elizannonon June 19, 2010   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    he knows thaat she is his friend but he wants to make it his mission to find her love and make them a couple. he wants to have her heart. he wants to be that power couple that no one can brake up.

    lexi0498on August 09, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    This is an awesome song, pretty self explanatory!

    NocturnalJesson April 29, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    I can't see how anyone would think Drake is just another rapper. The things he typically says and raps about and the WAY he does it is unlike his mainstream counterparts. It can FIT in the stream, but there is a distinct difference. A more 'real' or 'soul'ful difference and I think THAT is why he has so many female fans (I'm not talking about us Degrassi fans). You can notice this difference from his very first hit, you know? So...

    This song is exciting. Its exciting to hear him take a different approach.

    This song is painful after I watch the music video. He is tired of not having the one. He finds a girl he can really give his all to and his thinks that if he puts all he can towards her, she will be the one. In the video, he was too wrong (even though he desperately did not want to be). I can so relate. I did this same thing. I thought "If I give him all my love, then he'll realize..." and I thought "I'm going to find his love". And it hurts very much! However, I had a very happy ending.

    This song just makes me more impressed by Drake. He's one of the few rappers that I'd actually want to meet, even for 5 minutes of a chat. (I'm sure I'd love to have dinner with other rappers and they be hilarious or smart or relateable or something appealing, but I wouldn't care to just talk to them for only 1 moment).

    quitejadedon June 12, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Awesome song. You can relate it to just about anything. I would think it's about him crossing the "friends zone" with a girl and looking for her love after its over. He's making sure that it's not just lust so he sings to her asking to find her heart.

    longhornon July 20, 2010   Link

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