"Limit to Your Love" as written by Leslie Feist and Jason Charles Beck....
There's a limit to your love
Like a waterfall in slow motion
Like a map with no ocean
There's a limit to your love
Your love, your love, your love

There's a limit to you care
So carelessly there, is it truth or dare
There's a limit to your care
There's a limit to your love
Like a waterfall in slow motion
Like a map with no ocean
There's a limit to your love
Your love, your love, your love

There's a limit to you care
So carelessly there, is it truth or dare
There's a limit to your care


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"Limit to Your Love" as written by Leslie Feist Jason Charles Beck

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    General CommentIf you've heard the rest of James Blake's music, it may come clear that Feist's song is perfect for the underrated talent James Blake possesses. Yes, it is simple and the instrumentals are not complex either, but what makes James Blake so powerful is the fact that his silence in a song is just as important as those two piano chords. Listening to this song, I'm left in the silence waiting for the song to continue and that's exactly what Blake is trying to achieve. Many times, music is simplified to create more emotion. Give Radiohead's Videotape a listen and you may understand the effect of a stripped down recording.
    tee2thawhyon January 16, 2011   Link

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