Top definition. I love you. It means that I will love you and stand by you even through the worst of times. It means that I care enough to fight for what we have and that I love you enough not to let go. It means thinking of you , dreaming of you, wanting and needing you constantly, and hoping you feel the same way for me. January 24, Aug 16 Word of the Day. A person who refuses to wear a mask , or take any of the basic precautions to help society prevent an air born illness during an epidemic. In reference to the bubonic plague being spread by rats.
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Eilish co-wrote the song with her brother Finneas O'Connell , who also handled production. As the 13th track on the album, "I Love You" is an acoustic ballad accompanied by various plane-related noises, where Eilish's lyrics describe the resistance to falling in love with someone. The song received mainly positive reviews from music critics , several of whom praised the music and lyrical content. World Tour. When the album was released, the song reached number 53 on the US Billboard Hot and charted in several other countries. Casey Cuayo received credit as studio personnel and an additional mixer. Eilish's vocals, which are sung quietly and treated with some reverb , span a range between the notes of G 3 and A 4. The song was praised by Insider 's Libby Torres, who called the track "heart-wrenching" and "serene", and opined that its lyrics feel "like you're in the hazy eye of a storm". The stadium is lit up by the lights from thousands of fans' mobile phones as the siblings rise slowly above the stage, backed by cloudy night sky visuals.
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I Love You is the title of at least 47 songs, 15 albums and 13 movies in the English-language canon. The phrase, or a version thereof, adorns items as tiny as guitar picks and large as bags of dog kibble. And we get so close to saying it so often! So much. Yet when it comes to actually speaking the words out loud, to another person, whose face we can actually see, people can get squeamish. Why is that? TIME put the question to some therapists that we — well, that some might say we like very, very much. Here are some of their theories, and their advice. Psychologists have observed that modern relationships do not follow the map that used to help people guide their way to commitment. People used to meet, go out on a few dates, decide not to date anyone else, learn to trust each other, fall in love, say Those Three Words and then either officially partner up and maybe marry, or break up and fall into a deep funk before starting the process all over again.
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