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Song lyrics you shouldn't say in a relationshipPosted on: February 28, 2013 12:14:17
Songs can evoke strong emotions, with many focusing on the trials and tribulations of love.
While sticking on a Marvin Gaye album or quoting the words from a Boys II Men track might be a good way of winning over your lady, there are plenty of songs out there you might want to avoid.
Here are just some of the more unusual lines that you might want to give a wide berth when letting that special person in your life know exactly how you feel.
As tempting as it might be to approach a woman with the offer of taking them to a candy shop and letting them "lick the lollipop" - inspired by noughties smooth-talker 50 Cent - it is unlikely you will get much more than a slap across the face.
Instead, think more along the lines of Prince, and get on your other half's good side, by asking if they could be the "most beautiful girl in the world?"
Discussing your feelings is always good to maintain a healthy relationship, but some things are better left unsaid.
Take one of The Smiths' successful songs, Bigmouth Strikes Again, as a prime example. In it, Morrissey informs his "sweetness" that he was only pulling her leg when he said he'd like to "smash every tooth in your head" and believed she should "by rights be bludgeoned in your bed".
Granted, things aren't always going to be hunky-dory in a relationship, but it might be better for both of you if you avoid being so brutally honest - even if you were "only joking".
Similarly, if you're edging on the other extreme of love, avoid frightening the life out of your new partner by jumping the gun too soon.
Resist being influenced by Natasha Bedingfield's I Wanna Have Your Babies hit, where she can "see 'em springing up like daisies", as it is sure to be a passion-killer on the first date.
The same goes when talking about your lady friend to pals. Don't get too caught up in bravado blokes, because telling your mates to "take a look at my girlfriend" before claiming she isn't much of one as you "never seem to get a lot" is guaranteed to cause a fall-out.
However, all is not lost when it comes to song lyrics, with some even helping you to establish whether or not a relationship is worth saving.
If, like the guys from 1990s one-hit wonder Deep Blue Something, the only thing you have in common with your date is that you both watched Breakfast at Tiffany's and "both kinda liked it", then I'm afraid, it might be time to call it a day.
If you're still longing for the "power of love", give online dating a go!
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