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-- On The Record-- :,The Mge.7-,for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana This -; ' r guys,p omises come up short" I'D.,E,FOR YOU (AND THe. T'S:- .[, :. ,,,,u I,.,jTHE TRUTH) ' .... [ By CHARLIE MARTIN I'd neyer iteii" you one lie/I'd i I' CNS COLUMN,ST never letyou down/I'd never [ leave/I'd be the one/Who'd al- ways be around/Baby give me a chance/I'd pull the sun down from the sky/To light your darkest night/I wouldn't let one drop of rain/Fall down into your life/Put your heart in my hands/Baby be- lieve me/I could never paint your world blue/And if sometimes it seems/I must have lost my mind/I might be crazy/But I'm crazy about you (REFRAIN) I'd lie for you/And that's the truth/Do anything you asked me to/i'd even sell my soul for you/I'd do it all for you/If you would believe in me Just take a look in my eyes/You'll see a love that is blind/Just take a hold of my hand/I'll take you to paradise/Ain't a star that's too far Your every wish will be a wish/That I will make come true/And if you want the moon/I swear I'll bring it down for you/Let me into 3four heart/Believe me baby/Got your name carved on my soul/'Cause you're the only one/That Ill give it to/Go let them sayfrhat I'm a fool to act this way/'Cause if I'm crazy/I'm just crazy about you (REPEAT REFRAIN) i I'd lie for you/And that's the truth/Move mountains/If you want me to/i'd walk across fire for you/I'd walk on the wind for you/If you would just believe in me And you'll never see a day/i'll break your heart/You'll see the sky fall down/Before it ever gets that far/I'll show you heaven/Every second that you're in my arms/Baby I'm crazy But I'm crazy about you (REPEAT REFRAIN) (REPEAT THIRD VERSE) (REPEAT REFRAIN) Written by Diane Warren Sung by Meatloaf Copyright (c) 1995 by MCA Records Inc. "Welcome to the Neighborhood" is Meatloafs new CD. And if"I'd Lie for You," a hit offthe disc, is any sign of who lives in the neighborhood, we'd all be better off living elsewhere! Perhaps the song intends to parody the crazi- ness possible when people lose their minds to ro- mance and infatuation. It's difficult to think that someone would believe, or even want, the promises the guy makes to his girl in this song. While few are seeking someone to lie for them or to make any of the other dramatic exaggerations mentioned in the song, the recording did bring a question to mind for me: How should we evaluate what supposedly is said in the What if someone you are datin promise that leaves you feeling would you respond? For example, what if someone, soon have started dating, tells you that he you? How would you know what is meant? Love is shown more by actions than most likely, you would want the treats you to "speak" of love. The fact is, you need to for a while to be able to judge such Further, be very suspicious if your d ner suggests that he or she is willing to thing wrong -- to lie, for ing you. What the person is saying is will put aside moral values and, perhapS, sense in order to have a relationship with ways of behaving have nothing to do with A great deal of trust is needed in of love. But this trust can only develop takes ongoing effort. Did you ment of marriage is a grace-filled base couples can continue to build the trust when you are dating, focus the person you date tell the truth wardly? Are you comfortable with how you treated by this person? If not, it's time to change Move out of this romance. (Your comments are always welcome.: dress: Charlie Martin, RR 3, Box 182, 47635.) Current reviews /I THE CATHOLIC I /! COMMUNICATION III NEW YORK (CNS) -- The following are capsule reviews of movies recently reviewed by the U.S. Catholic Conference Office for Film and Broadcast- ins. "Last Summer in the Hamptons  (Rainbow) Talky comedy in which a the- atrical family's matriarch (Viveca Lindf0rs), who has put on Chekhovian dramas at her summer estate for years, gath- ers the clan and a young Holly- wood star (Victoria Foyt) to stage their swan-song produc- flJefore the l, pmperty is sold. mr I-n Jaglom's ram- b look at. several genera- tibesev romantic=and pional -n - sional scenes of Wry dialogue sprinkled throughout its rather drawn-out gabfest. Numerous sexual references, an at- tempted suicide and intermit- tent rough language, The U.S. Catholic Conference classifica- tion is A-HI -- adults. The Mo- tion icture Association of America rating is R -- re- "Duton Checks In" ( C,ntury Fox)  comedy in which chaos threatens to overtake a swanky Manhattan hotel when an orangutan trained to steal es- capes )ns odmus owner and !s dden bthe milevo son of the frazzled hotel manager (Jason Alexander). Director Ken Kwapis makes screwball show business out of manic monkey business in a generally genial movie of simian silliness. Slapstick violence, mild sexual innuendo and a vulgar expres- sion. The U.S. Catholic Confer- ence classification is A-II -- adults and adolescents. The Motion Picture Association of America rating is PG -- parental guidance suggested. "Two if by Sea" (Warner Bros.) A dull-witted thief (Denis Leary) with a stolen Matisse hides out with his girlfriend (Sandra Bullock) for a weekend in a unoccupied seaside man- sion where they pretend to know the absent owner to a suspicious neighbor who has something to hide himself. Bill Bennett directs a vacuous com- edy of all-too convenient coinci- dences in which gutter lan- guage is a poor substitute for wit. A lame rejection of a life of crime, implied affair and much rough languago/rod profanity. The ..S. C000000ence The Motion tion of America a:i:R re- stricted. :: ':: 4, 7 to 8 p.m.; repeated Tues, day, Feb. 6 at 9 p.m. and Fri- day, Feb. 9at 3p.m. CST. "The Last Breeze of Sum- mer  and "Sermons and Sacred Pictures  are aired back-to- back on F&V. "The Last Breeze  is a drama, revealing the quiet battle in the heart and mind of a teenage girl who comes of age among prejudice in the 1950s. "Sermons" docu- ments the life of Rev. O.L. Tay- lor, an African American Bap- tist minister. Sunday, Feb. 11, 7 to 8 p.m.; repeated Tuesday, Feb. 13 at 9 p.m. and Friday, Feb. 16 at 3 p.m. CST. Music specials on F&V in- clude the following: Clarence Fountain and the Five Blind Boys.  Sunday, Feb. 18, 7 p.m; repeated Tues- day, Feb. 20 at 9 p.m and Fri- day, Feb. Alley dance Feb. 18, 7:30 Tuesday,, Feb and FridaY, p.m. CST. "Bach'S Bobby McFerriV' 25, 7 to 8 p.m.; day, Feb. 27 at " day, March I at, "This House of:Power," an hour-long documentary takes an in-depth look at the history and influence of the African- American Church. The special program, one of several offer- ings on the Faith and Values Channel during February, traces African-American reli- gion from its origins on slave ships to its contemporary influ- ences on American politics and economic history. Sunday, Feb. Faith and Values channel presents Black History Month