Am I wrong?

In the old times, the songs had “I love you” millions of times.
Am I wrong or this “I love you” disappeared?
Am I wrong or what the songs repeat millions of times is “tonight”?
Am I wrong or “tonight” substituted “I love you” in the songs?

I think you’re not wrong. :frowning:

When it’s not “tonight” it’s “I want you”.

Good observation, Mr Pfaffenhoffen.

“I love you this big” by Scotty McCreery :love:

Great song, huge hit in the U.S.

In fact, a lot of “country” songs still use “I love you” in the lyrics.

A lot of songs say “I love you” but they don’t really mean “I love you”.

This reminded me of a Sinatra song, appropriately entitled “I Love You”. written by Cole Porter:

I love you. I love you.
Is all that I can say.
I love you. I love you.
The same old worlds I’m saying in the same old way.

I love you. I love you.
Three words that are divine.
And now, my dear, I’m waitin’ to hear
The words that will make you mine.

Little girl, I love you.
Can’t you see I love you.
I love you. Can’t you see I love you.

I love you. I love you.
Three words that are divine.
And now, my dear, I’m waitin’ to hear
The words that make you mine.

They don’t write 'em like that anymore, do they, or am I wrong? :clapping:

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