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Trying My Best To Love You


You're so important. I wish I could make you understand this. You can sleep here, right on this couch. Beckett, I will let you hold this baby when it comes. It's the only thing I can come up with. He'd feel like he didn't do his job if you died Eve loves you. Wherever she is - in this strip club - is that what you've been wishing for? She loves you.

You can't kill someone she loves. You just can't. And I was I tried to Not good, and yet best thing I've done in this whole war. If Nate was the one who saw Kate Pierson underneath my grubby disaffect when we met, David tried to strip away all of Kate's lovely lashes and wigs and iridescent outfits to reveal what he was confident was the mousy, wide-eyed ragamuffin little girl that he wanted to love me as, and who he wanted me to be.

I wanted characters I could believe in, and I wanted to be made curious about what was to happen to them. Generally, I preferred people to be falling in and out of love, but I didn't mind so much if they tried their hand at something else. It was vulgar to want it, but I liked someone to say 'Marry me' by the end.

Love, or my question? You've tried that trick once. What do you suppose it will work better the second time? She bothers me. By and large, it's all been tried, and if it's really new, it's probably illegal or dangerous or unhealthy. You already know I'm hard to live with, and you've made it clear on dozens of occasions that I drive you crazy. And I'm sure I've driven anyone who's watched these last few months crazy with my indecision and uncertainty.

But I want you to know that whatever love is, this has got to be it. We were best friends first, and we tried not to fall in love, and we did anyway. If you're not with me, it's not where I want to be.

I'm in this. I'm with you. We might be impulsive, and absolutely insane to be standing here at our age, six months after we met. This whole thing might play out to be a completely wonderful, beautiful disaster, but I want that if it's with you. I was so many different girls I've tried not to be, I really have, but it's just useless. I know you don't feel the same way about me, but I had to tell you because All the time. I miss you every second that you're not with me You're smart and amazing and weird and probably the most beautiful person I've ever seen But, really, I think my life was just paused, or something.

You made everything move. And no matter where you go, or whatever you feel about me I will love you forever for that. In all my years of word collecting, I've learned this to be a tried and true fact: I can very often tell how much a person loves another person by the way they say their name. I think that's one of the best feelings in the world, when you know your name is safe in another person's mouth.

When you know they'll never shout it out like a cuss word, but say it or whisper it like a once-upon-a-time. Not wearing stakes on your belt. He tried to take a nip out of my hat yesterday. You can see the teeth marks. He likes them. Please remember the cattle are sold as beef. This is a working ranch.

My mother ducked under his arm, ran to her car, and drove away. I remember thinking that this was somehow romantic, as it pinpointed the actual memory of my mother's departure, something you don't see a lot of in television.

Real people don't slam doors without opening them five minutes later because it's raining and they forgot their umbrella. They don't stop dead in their tracks because they realize they're in love with their best friend. They don't say, "I'm leaving you, Jack," and fade to a paper towel commercial. The lyrics are intimate in every way, and Mac delivers them with characteristic rawness.

It's impossible not to feel your arms and chest aching like Reddings' when he sings about wanting to hold his beloved. In "Ex Factor" and on this whole album , she's incredibly vulnerable, baring all in her devotion to her beau.

In this song, we recognize straightaway that her relationship is toxic, but Hill's honesty is so beautiful that we humble listeners have no choice but to sit, transfixed, and listen. I've distanced myself from many of my middle school interests, but this song still holds up. Bon Iver is a master at depicting what it's like to fully surrender yourself to someone while aware that they may hurt you in the end.

I still sing this song while I lounge around my studio apartment, drawing on real-life experiences this time, though I assure you that none of them involved blood-filled sinks or crushed veneers. This duet is beautiful in and of itself, but their chemistry and passion for each other makes it all the more impactful.

An ex played this for me once, unprompted, and I remember thinking, My God, dude. Why would you do this to me? The song that plays at every wedding on earth.

Popular songs are popular for a reason, though, and this one endures because of the unconditional love that it depicts. In addition to Sinatra's version, I also love Fred Astaire's rendition in the film Swing Time and the sweet yet funny visuals go along with it. The love it describes is so pure and hopeful, and you'll definitely gain cool-points by playing The Black Keys on a first date. Her soulful voice takes center stage in this Phil Spector cover, and if you're not already in love, it will make you want to be.

There's a sense that both people in the song consider themselves odd in some way again, who doesn't? In fact, I once made a very loud, spirited defense of this song when I was in high school, right after Ocean's ill-received performance of it at the Grammys opens in new tab. The song is told from the perspective of Jenny in the film Forrest Gump. It's about a broken, tired person coming back to their pure, enduring love after a great deal of time has passed. It's especially meaningful, in my opinion, because Ocean penned the song in the wake of his very public coming-out.

Ingrid Michaelson was responsible for some of the sweetest manic-pixie-dream-girl love songs of the early s, and this one was her most popular. Michaelson rejoices in having found a partner who loves her, flaws and all, and she responds in kind, promising to repair what her partner breaks and to buy him Rogaine when his hair starts falling out. In this song, our narrator seems to be moving around the U. Having lived in New England for around seven years, I'm partial to this song for its "freezing beaches" references, but it's also a gentle tribute to the way time glides away when you're with someone you love.

When we get into arguments that could have been avoided. But I will try my hardest to treat you with respect, even when I am angry with you. I will not act like you are the enemy. I will not say nasty things that I will regret in the morning. I will compromise with you. I will talk to you like a mature adult, because that is what you deserve. There are going to be times when I freak out about the future. When I worry that we will break up one day.

When I think that you will leave me out of the blue. When I hesitate to say I love you or agree to move in with you because I am afraid of getting hurt in the end. We have the potential to make this work. We have the potential to last a lifetime.