Musical Poetry

Sometimes relationships, whether purely sexual or a lifetime commitment, dance a fine line between love and hate. This song, as beautifully and heartbreakingly sung by Chrissy Hynde, is for you out there who dance, or have danced, that fine line …..
“It’s a Thin Line Between Love and Hate”.



Its a thin line between love and hate
Its a thin line between love and hate

Its five oclock in the morning
And youre just getting in
You knock on the front door
And a voice sweet and low says
Who is it?
She opens up the door and lets you in
Never once asks where have you been
She says are you hungry?
Did you eat yet?
Let me hang up your coat
Pass me your hat
All the time shes smiling
Never once raises her voice
Its five oclock in the morning
You dont give it a second thought

Its a thin line between love and hate
(repeat)

The sweetest woman in the world
Could be the meanest woman in the world
If you make her that way
You keep hurting her
Shell keep being quiet
She might be holding something inside
Thatll really, really hurt you one day

I see him in the hospital
Bandaged from foot to head
In a state of shock
Just that much from being dead
You couldnt believe the girl
Would do something like this, ha
You didnt think the girl had the nerve
But here you are
I guess action speaks louder than words

Its a thin line between love and hate

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One thought on “Musical Poetry

  1. and as long as both ends of the spectrum are vivid.. i believe there is hope…. it is when indifference sets in,, when you no longer care enough to burn their clothes in the front yard,,, that it is time to say goodbye…..

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