How to write the perfect love song
When Phil Collins’ love song, “Love Song,” hit the charts, it brought to mind a couple of things.
First, there were two things: 1) love, and 2) music.
Collins’ song is a pop song, but it’s also a love song.
And so it’s not like a pop singer can’t write a love story.
That’s because pop singers can.
But in this case, the lyrics are more like lyrics to a love poem: There are songs about love, but the songs themselves are about love.
Collins has written so many love songs that it can be hard to pick just one.
But that’s where her latest hit “Love Me Harder” comes in.
The song’s lyrics are not about love but about her life: She is single and in a relationship, she lives with a man who has a very different personality from her.
The lyrics make clear that Collins wants to move on and leave this guy behind, and she’s ready to move in with her mom.
But when she goes on a date with her new guy, things get more complicated.
The date turns out to be a sham, and Collins is left in the lurch as her new love moves away from her and into a relationship with another guy.
The end result is a song that’s as much about the feelings of love as the music.
This is an edited version of a Politico story.