Does it mean something when a guy asks you to listen to a song like loving you t

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  1. silverfoxygirl108 profile image68
    silverfoxygirl108posted 13 years ago

    Does it mean something when a guy asks you to listen to a song like loving you tonight?

    I was talking to this boy and he told me to look it up.... good song, but I was wondering if he meant something else. Anyone?

  2. mikicagle profile image82
    mikicagleposted 13 years ago

    It means he wants to be loving you tonight

  3. jpcmc profile image91
    jpcmcposted 13 years ago

    It's hard to assume when it comes to this matter.  But try to see other cues in his behavior and his actions.  This can give you a better idea.

  4. dashingscorpio profile image80
    dashingscorpioposted 13 years ago

    Don't assume it means anything other than he thought you might like the song. If you allow yourself to imagine he is trying to convey a "hidden message" to you then you might setting yourself up for a major disappointment.

    Until you hear the words come out of his mouth expressing his feelings all poems, songs, and movies are nothing but "entertainment". Don't allow these to be projected on a person who has said nothing along those lines.

  5. Matt in Jax profile image61
    Matt in Jaxposted 13 years ago

    Wouldn't necessarily assume, but your suspicion could be correct. Look for any other possible obvious signs in the near future from him.

  6. shogan profile image76
    shoganposted 13 years ago

    Even if he did mean something by it, you can do better than a guy who tells you to listen to a song like loving you tonight.

  7. whaturmissing profile image76
    whaturmissingposted 13 years ago

    Men don't think that deeply.  Just means he likes the song.  Unless of course he's a Glee fan and is trying to communicate with you through  song wink

  8. profile image0
    reeltaulkposted 13 years ago

    Most people don't know how to communicate, they will drop hints and all sorts of weird stuff to get your attention or to let you "know".  Don't entertain this kind of communication because you will forever be playing a guessing game regardless of you like the person or not.  It can be cute sometime but hey you can also set yourself up or just wind up looking like a fool if they are playing head games

  9. ravenlt04 profile image60
    ravenlt04posted 13 years ago

    Probably... He wanted you to hear something the artist sang.  smile  He most likely feels similarly or dreams about doing what the song says.  As a high school teacher (you seem young) and depending on your age... I would recommend different reactions....

  10. nidhi.singh profile image60
    nidhi.singhposted 13 years ago

    men are funny! i guess they dont much believe in hidden words or hints. they like things direct and clear. maybe he just likes the songs and wants to share it with you.

  11. krisingreen profile image61
    krisingreenposted 13 years ago

    I wouldn't assume anything cause guys like girls share things they like to other people especially to those they are friends with. It could mean something or not but for now, it would be better if you don't assume anything which might hurt you in the end. jUst be cool about it and be friends with him anyway

  12. abrarr profile image57
    abrarrposted 12 years ago

    it means that he wants to LOVE you TONIGHT LOLzzz

  13. Kyle Rivers profile image60
    Kyle Riversposted 12 years ago

    Seems to me someone is trying to set the mood for a pretty eventful night. Is he an interest of yours? Or is this a first date? If it's a Yes to the first question, and No to the other. Be very cautious. Get to know him first before you let him caress you with a love song. He may be only after one know what it is.

  14. missmary38 profile image61
    missmary38posted 12 years ago

    Foxy girl, I am so glad I am on Hub Pages so I can help out girls like you! I have now been married to a wonderful man for almost a year and recently I was reading some messages between guys from when I was single. I was astonished at how much I over-analyzed, was always the first to make contact, etc. Guys are straight forward. Not only is it difficult for them to read signals, they also have a hard time giving out signals. (Of course there are always exceptions, I am saying this as a blanket generalization.)

    As females we are born with that subtle craft of flirtation and dropping hints so we look for guys to do the same. I am telling you right now that there may be exceptions, but as a general rule, if a guy likes you he will ask for your number or he will ask you out. Don't make the mistake I did of spending so much time wondering, worrying and going after guys that are not worth the time! You deserve someone who likes you enough to make it clear that he likes you.

  15. Brandon E Newman profile image63
    Brandon E Newmanposted 12 years ago

    He wants you to get in the "mood" whilst thinking about him. Hes probably just trying to be romantic. Ask him to listen to Cheryl Crow's "Strong Enough."

  16. kabugalewis profile image60
    kabugalewisposted 11 years ago

    he could just as well be messing with you

  17. edhan profile image38
    edhanposted 10 years ago

    Well, it might means he is trying to sound you out but then it is better to be direct. If you like him, why not ask a direct question? It is better than having a wrong thought.

  18. Omar Eldamsheety profile image74
    Omar Eldamsheetyposted 7 years ago

    What did his eyes say when he told you to listen to that song ?

  19. Khathija profile image68
    Khathijaposted 6 years ago

    It depends on which kind of song he wanted you to listen... If it is a bit romantic and if the guy is actually not much into songs or romance then he may be into you ,but if he is into listening to romantic  songs then he is just referring it to you... Coz I have a guy friend who is into romantic songs and always recommends me to hear it but we're just friends... Hope it helps...

  20. profile image0
    marcuscaineposted 6 years ago

    I would say no. I think he just likes the song and wants you to enjoy it too.

    A lot more info would be needed to know if he has feelings for you or not.

  21. Abednego Adamu profile image57
    Abednego Adamuposted 4 years ago

    Music is  life you no

  22. higggins profile image60
    higgginsposted 3 years ago

    I'm sure there's no use to judge a guy's intentions based on the song. Behavior speaks for itself, try to look for clues in your communication, not in his music preferences.


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