Love Songs.....Empty Promises or Reality?

South Africa
September 27, 2006 5:24pm CST
what's you view?
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28 responses
@chiyosan (30206)
• Philippines
23 Dec 06
love songs with great profound meanings are written by those whose emotion is reflected on what they have written. i think they are not empty promises but it really depends on the listener on what she wants to hear.
@ahmar2 (685)
• Pakistan
22 Oct 06
I will go with 50-50..Some false some real
@baronarthur (4188)
• Indonesia
22 Oct 06
Some of the love songs are empty promises but somehow it's from their experiences and of course it came from reality. The challenge for the song writer is how to make a good love song with a true hope, isn't it nice?
@easy123 (1486)
• India
22 Oct 06
yas gret reality in love songs i like love songs
• United States
22 Oct 06
well loves songs are a way to express one's feeling... but i dont think you can take a love song as a sign of a promise as to how a person is going to feel. Its just used to complement a feeling that one is having towards another person during a certain era in time. maybe for some it does hold true. anything is possible.
@kesav010 (1686)
• India
22 Oct 06
mt promises..
@bhbirdie6 (1771)
• United States
15 Oct 06
Most definitely not reality but as for empty promises I don't think it's entirely devoid of happiness. Love songs are nice to listen to and when you're happy they're great and when you're not they can be comforting.
• United States
15 Oct 06
Depends on the person who listens to it. I like just about every love song because it reminds me of my husband and our love for eachother. I always dedicate songs to him and he has dedicating a couple to me.
@indiandevil (2098)
• Rothesay, New Brunswick
15 Oct 06
love and romance is always blown out of proportion in love songs, novels and movies... real life is never that smooth,easy going, trouble free crap
@JiWuJun (585)
• China
15 Oct 06
Reality
@JiWuJun (585)
• China
15 Oct 06
Reality
• India
15 Oct 06
Love songs can not be reality. They are just a work of poetic fiction. I can safely say them as empty promises. Because in practical life besides love you have 1000 more things to do.
• Philippines
15 Oct 06
It can be both but it's really all up to the couple. Our future not lies only in our destiny. Destiny plays a big role but we also have to do something to make things come into reality. If we really work for it, we can achieve it.
• United States
15 Oct 06
They can be both. I guess it just depends on the person.
@Aali311 (6127)
• United States
14 Oct 06
Some are reality and some are fantasy.
@Miranda (728)
• South Africa
3 Oct 06
Good topic mammasotho, I personally think love songs written by old legends like in the 70's and 80's put their own experiences in their songs, the new (Not all) artists, like these bubblegum singers just try and make a hit song as quick as possible and of course the best selling medium would be about love
28 Sep 06
Abit of both, the heart will happily give out promises that may never come to be true.
@kataztrophy (1839)
• United States
28 Sep 06
The current state of the music industry is about making money. While some musicians may "come from the heart" with their love balleds, most have ghost writers and do it because of the possible money it can bring to them. Alot of love somgs really have no substance, and just seems to have the same cliche vocals used in songs from twenty years ago.
@LotSelf (1508)
• India
28 Sep 06
Love songs r sung not out of wind...we all suffer when one failed in a love affairs.It is the word of heart in unison..in my opinion it reflexes the real soul of a man/woman when we experienced the LOVE.
@bhchy1 (6052)
• United States
28 Sep 06
Neither...they are feel good songs...they make no promises to you personally..they are not your reality...Just listen and enjoy or cry as the case may be..