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Love Means (You Never Have To Say Youre Sorry) - Sounds Of Sunshine - Love Means (You Never Have To Say Youre Sorry) (Vinyl)

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  1. Mar 09,  · From the movie, the meaning of the quote “Love means never having to say you’re sorry” could be defined as such when a person truly loves someone, then no matter what they go through or what their social status is, everything is fine, so there is no reason to feel sorry .
  2. Read and write album reviews for Love Means You Never Have to Say You're Sorry - Sounds of Sunshine on AllMusic. Sounds of Sunshine Love Means You Never Have to Say You're Sorry. Add to Custom List. Add to My Collection. AllMusic Rating. User Ratings (0) Your Rating.
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  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Love Means (You Never Have To Say You're Sorry) on Discogs. Label: Ranwood - R • Format: Vinyl 7 Sounds Of Sunshine - Love Means (You Never Have To Say You're Sorry) (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  5. There are no CDs covering their music (yet) but if you want a decent copy of Love Means (You Never Have To Say You're Sorry) it can be found in Volume 9 of the Mavis series Hey! Look What I Found. Unfortunately, the B-side, Linda, The Untouchable, was not part of either Ranwood album and is impossible to find in other than rpm format along /5(2).
  6. "Love means never having to say you're sorry" is a line from the novel and film Love Story starring Ali MacGraw and Ryan O'Neal. The line is spoken twice in the film: once in the middle of the film, by Jennifer Cavilleri (MacGraw's character), when Oliver Barrett (O'Neal) is about to apologize to her for his anger; and as the last line of the film, by Oliver, when his father says "I'm.
  7. May 13,  · It’s not easy to say “I’m sorry.” Nor is it pleasant living with the burden of a guilty conscience. Contrary to the popular slogan of the 70’s, “Love means never having to say you’re sorry,” love requires action when one has been wrong. I should think a better slogan would be, “Love is willing to say ‘I’m sorry’.”.

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