Oh yeah, and I have a rant about "Last Christmas I gave you my heart."
It's one of those awful whiny relationship songs that send me into rants.
1) Um, no one is obligated to return your love. If you think they are, you're going to get it trashed lots of times because few people like a clinger. Tough Luck.
2) If they return your love, they are under no obligation to do it forever. One reason why I am a fan of the antiquated institution of marriage is that I believe that there should be a point where both parties agree that they will be firmly committed. Before the mutual agreement, you do not get to expect anything. Words of love and passion whispered during the excitement of a holiday do not count as a firm agreement of commitment.
3) You especially don't get to expect unlimited return since you didn't give it to someone who you deemed as, "special" in the first place.
4) If you are still hung up on the whole fiasco a year later, than you aren't going to be able to truly give your heart, no matter how special the new recipient. Prepare to be a "victim" again.
I know, people keep telling me that, "It's just a song." Ha! If it were "just a song" would so many people be taking it seriously? If it were "just a song" would people say that it's "their song?" I'll stop taking these pieces of dreck seriously when other people do.
Until then, I'm just going to ruin the songs for them by over-analyzing them.