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Of pressure from NATO and the EU we cannot be certain of, although it is most likely, both being intimately tied to Zionist interests. As in: Though the sorrow may last (stick hip out to right) for (to left) the (to right) night (to left). Anecdote--I was in a worship setting with my friend Marty and we were singing this song. "I'd lay it all down again/ To hear you say that I'm your friend." Not so bad, I guess. "You are my desire/ No one else will do/ Cause nothing else could take your place/ To feel the warmth of your embrace." What on earth does that mean? Here's the thing--I can't stand when songwriters want to use a word or phrase, then realize that using said phrase would mess up the rhythm of the song, but instead of rethinking the phrase, they add a word. The bridge of this song includes the line "Though the sorrow may last for the night" and the music hits on each word in 'last for the night' in such a way that makes me think of hip-shaking. Draw Me Close Not a big fan of the emotional 'Jesus is sitting next to me' type songs.Both groups, however, have become somewhat more accepting of same-sex marriage over the last decade.Okay, I know, many of you want to string me up after merely reading the title of this post. (Neither option is preferable when singing to the Big Guy.) Additionally, I am the director of our church's Worship Planning Team, so every week I consciously choose to let these and other songs which annoy me to be played, for the good of everyone else. Not to mention the weird chorus that doesn't seem to fit and the way we must all say 'come' at the end of the verse in an unnatural sing-whisper. Your Love is Extravagant I'm pulling out of the 'most recent' file on this one.