sheye, Tina Turner was speaking about FEELINGS, not just sex.
Gee, you christians have big issues with sex.
On the other hand, "love" is a much missunderstood word. Note, I did not use the word, emotion, because it is not just one emotion/feeling, but a complex mixture, individually based
Used in the sense of "Love for Another", it becomes a conditional bargianing tool with personal gain as it's outcome, as evidenced by the loss that is felt when "love" is not returned.
First of all you are assuming I am a christian
Second of all you don't have to try and teach me that "love" is a much misunderstood word
Thirdly the rest of it makes about as much sense to me as the bible....so maybe you could rephrase it , because I know of many situations where love for another has NOTHING to with being a bargaining tool, and nothing is expected in return.
Fourthly, the fact that you have no idea what that song was really about tells me that you better do some research on it.
And last of all, I'm really getting tired of people who don't know what they are talking about trying to teach me things.
I've made that mistake myself far too often,and I realize how frustrating it must have been from the receiving end of it.
from what I understoof of that song,and what I was told it meant,was that it wa about a prostite,sex for hire type woman (tiny dancer)
EDIT: another mistake I must own up to..Tiny dancer was about the "sexual slavery of prostitution," .WHATS LOVE GOT TO WITH IT, is simply about sex, and the FEELLINGS projected about the term "making love"
If anyone feels I am wrong,please feel free to correct me....I like to be corrected when I'm wrong...sometimes I even wish I was wrong about things
Ever pray to yourself..please let me be wrong on this...please let me be wrong...
and someone tells you ..yes you were wrong.....and you sigh a huge sigh of relief, sometimes it is a wonderful thing to be wrong about something
I think many of you might understand that ..in so many contexts,and different ways it can be applied. Thankyou for understanding what I'm trying to say.