OK, this is old school. Olivia Newton John, the early years. She played the lovely Sandy in the movie Grease. As a recording artist, one of her more famous tunes was “Let’s Get Physical.” How’s that for blunt?
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What I’ve always said about my series on ‘Finding God in Music’ is that it’s impossible to write a love song without touching upon the divine, because God IS Love (Cf. 1 John 4:8); and here is, yet, another example of that principle. Throughout this song we can definitely see God as the voice of the protagonist.
As you listen to Guy describe this eternal desire of a peaceful, loving, and monogamous relationship, think of the voice of God singing these very same desires to you.
I encourage you also to think of the Lord every time you hear the word ‘Love’ in this song by Musiq, and if it resonates with your own journey to Mt. Calvary.
It is true, Danny and Sandy have two completely different stories about the summer romance they shared. Who knows which one is true, if either.
This song is filled with Divine Lyrics. Every word of it can be placed on the lips of God, were He to sing in reflection about His sometimes difficult and always rewarding love affair with us.
It doesn’t take long for anyone who has prayerfully read the Psalms and The Song of Songs, while considering these lyrics, to place this song in the category of Divine love music.
I find that there is this beautiful tension that occurs in the spiritual life when what we want our lives to look like finally comes into direct conflict with how God wants our lives to look like.
When Babyface sings, “I’ll never let you down and I’ll never lie” he is singing of God. A