The Lies of Love" (Formally "This is Not a Love Song") written by Rusty Cage, from his album "Heretics": http://bit.ly/2df0GjB
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This is an original song that will be available in a full extended version on my upcoming album.
The idea behind this song is that it is an analysis of how concepts like love effect humans. We have instinctual drives that we share with almost all other species of animal. These drives are to find a suitable mate, procreate, and ensure the survival of our offspring so successfully pass on our genes. This is how life works.
So what sets us apart from the rest of the animal species is our ability to self reflect and be conscious of our instincts. When we start to try to explain our existence, we come up with concepts like "God" or "Love" to bring us comfort. In this case, love is used to describe the inclination and urge to find a suitable mate. You can call that urge anything you please, but it is still an instilled instinct.
Sometimes people will be "in love" with someone for a month, and then realize they weren't at all, and then later be "in love" with someone else, so on and so forth. This leads me to think that maybe there is something missing inside of the person that causes them a lack of happiness, to which they try to fill by attaching themselves to another person. They are assuming it is "love" they want, when really it is self satisfaction.
I could go into greater detail, but I will have you interpret love for yourself.
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