Is the Man in Love with You enough? Happy Valentine’s Day to Y’all! I’m sure that most of you are excited about what your man or woman prepared for you today. Admit it or not, We expect something, somehow when this day comes. At the back of our minds, we think that today is just another day and try not to expect something but I know that a part of us has that spark that is excited of what’s in store for us today. Well, why don’t you just let George Strait remind you that The Man in With You is enough?
Time and again, I have heard that it’s better if your partner loves you more than you love them. Do you agree with that? It makes me wonder, too, is love measured by who loves more in a relationship?
Listening to this 1994 hit by George Strait reminded me that men know they’re probably not the perfect one for us. Neither they are superheroes who always saves the day. What’s important is that they are there whose heart is always true, the man who’s in love with you.
I’m not the hero, who will always save the day
Don’t always wear the white hat, won’t always know the way
I may not even be the dream, you wanted to come true
But, I’ll always be the man in love with you
How about when the times get rough? Don’t you wish for someone who’s there to help you make it through? Isn’t that what matters more?
When the world won’t turn, the way you wish it would
And the dreams you have don’t come alive, as often as they should
Remember that there’s someone there, whose heart is always true
I’ll always be the man in love with you
Listen and fall in love with George Strait again with this hit.
So, if your special someone forgot or haven’t prepared anything special for you today, worry not. I’m sure that the love they have for us is just there. They may not say it all the time but I’m sure they make us feel it in their own little ways. The Man in Love with You is the best gift we can get not just today but every day.
The Man in Love with You
This song was a part of The King’s 1994 album Easy Come Easy Go. It was the 4th and last single that peaked at No.4 in the U.S. and No. 2 in Canada. The music video is one of those singles that had it. It was directed by Bill Young.
Larry Flick, of Billboard magazine, reviewed the song favorably, saying that:
“even up against a lush string section and a mean mess of chord changes, ol’ George stays as cool as a cucumber.”
Have a great day and enjoy the day with all your loved ones!