love /lʌv/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [luhv]
1. a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person.
2. a feeling of warm personal attachment or deep affection, as for a parent, child, or friend.
3. invented in 1968 by the writers of Star Trek in order to give William Shatner a new emotion to play, as he was getting bored of the other two. It has grown in popularity since then, and now even non-actors like to pretend to be “in love”.
Arthur Lee and Love. You’ve gotta love a mariachi trumpet! You can rack this up into my ever-expanding list of favourite songs.
I could be in love with almost everyone.
I think that people are the greatest fun.
Well, not all of ’em. Actually some of them are quite dull*. But it’s a beautiful sentiment even though I personally couldn’t be in love with almost anyone. Quite the opposite, in fact.
Songs! They don’t half talk some shit sometimes, but I still sing along…
*and they probably think the same about me.
For lovers of love and stationery.
It’s coming to something when New Zealand’s fourth most popular folk parody duo can write a better love song than… just about anybody else. Or maybe it’s just me, just now, but today it makes me smile and swoon a little and that’s a neat trick, the way I’m feeling at the moment. It hits me in the pencil case of my soul. Enjoy.