Love me more (Taylor’s Song)

This is Taylor’s song from my current novel-in-progress, Jordan’s Sister. The sound I have in mind for it is reminiscent of 90s Pop because the entire music scene of the 90s is something that my character, Taylor, gravitates toward because she grew up listening to it. It’s a love song with intentionally ambiguous lyrics. I’ve mentioned before that most songs are about love, sex or drugs.

“Love me more”

If you could love me more
I think I’d run away
I never thought that I would feel this way—again
But I never want to leave this place
I think so every time I see your face—I do
I do
I do—

Baby, if you’re nice
I’ll let you come inside
Into this secret place where I go to hide
I’m so afraid with every breath I take
There’s no one else who makes me feel this way—like you
Like you
Like you—

If you could love me more
I think I’d run away
I never thought that I would feel this way—again
There’s something with us that I can’t replace
I think so every time I see your face—I do
I do
I do—

Baby, please don’t go
I’ve been so alone
You’re the only one who feels like home
There is nothing left for me to say
I’d do so much if I could make you stay—I would
I would
I would—

If you could love me more
I’d never run away
I never thought that I would feel this way—again
You’re the only one worth fighting for
‘Cause no one else will ever know me more—than you
Than you
Than you—

There’s nowhere left to hide
In this place of mine
I never knew exactly what I’d find
There is nothing left for me to say
I’ll love you more with every single day—I will
I will
I will—

If you could love me more
I’d never run away
I never thought that I would feel this way—again
There’s nothing in this world that I wouldn’t do
If in the end, I’d still end up with you—again
There is nothing left for me to lose
It all comes down to Baby, I love you—I do
I do
Love you—

If you could love me more

-Brandi Easterling Collins

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