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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana --- On The Record-- INSENSITIVE Make dating a path for learning. How do you cool your lips/After a summer's kiss/How do you rid the sweat/After the body bliss/How do you turn your eyes/From the romantic glare/How do you block the sound/Of a voice you would know anywhere? I By CHARLIE MARTIN (REFRAIN) Oh I really should have known/By the time you drove me home/By the vagueness in your eyes/Your casual goodbyes/By the chill in your embrace/The expression on your face/That told me/Maybe you might have/Some advice to give/On how to be insensitive. How do you numb your skin/After the warmest touch/How do you slow your blood/After the body rush/How do you free your soul/After you've found a friend/How do you teach your heart/It's a crime to fall in love again? Oh you probably won't remember me/It's prob- ably ancient history/I'm one of the chosen few/Who went ahead and fell for you/I'm out of vogue, I'm out of touch/I fell to trust, I feel too, too much/I thought you might have some ad- vice/Some advice to give/On how to be insensitive. Written by Anne Loree Sung by Jann Arden Copyright (c) 1994 by PolyGram Songs Inc./ Frankly Shirley Music columns before, falling in love isn't supposed to mean losing your mind! The song suggests that the reh Jann Arden's "Insensitive" easily attracted my listening ear. I liked the cassingle's sound. In fact, her entire "Living Under June" disc is refreshing in its musical approach. The song addresses how one can get used in a relationship. The woman in the song has been led on. The affection expressed for her was simply feigned. Now she wants to know: "How do you free your soul after you've found a friend? How do you teach your heart it's a crime to fall in love again?" She is convinced that this fleeting romance has been filed under "ancient history" by the insensitive person she thought she really cared about. In her hurt, she says sarcastically, "I thought you might have some advice, some advice to give on how to be insensitive." This woman needs to reflect on how -- and why -- she allowed herself to get used. Sometimes people go all too fast in romance. As I have stated in these became physical. Clearly, limits on affection physical touch were not established. Don't permit yourself to be used by another just for his or her physical and sexual satis individual will not respect your moral limits, no matter what words may be expressed, love is not what he or she intends for you. Another mistake that the person in the song made was in trusting so much so fast. One of the purposes of dating is to learn about another over :a long period of time. When dating, observe how treated. Are your choices and opinions happens when conflict emerges? agreeing on everything, but it does allow ences while working toward ways to solve proble with fairness and respect. If you discover that you are being used tionship, act firmly to leave it. You take in permitting this to happen. Yet, to endure another's insensitivity" is to sacrifice yotu self-respect. The price is too high! (Your comments are always dress: Charlie Martin, RR 3, Box 182, 47635. Current capsule reviews "4 / I /I THECATHOL,C II |1 COMMUNICATION Iii NEW. YORK (CNS) -- The following are capsule reviews of movies recently reviewed by the U.S. Catholic Conference (USCC) Office for Film and Broadcasting. Ratings are also given for the Motion Picture As- sociation of America (MPAA). "Heaven's Prisoners" (New Line) Slack thriller in which a for- mer New Orleans cop (Alec Baldwin) seeks vengeance after his wiib (Kelly Lynch) is bru- tally murdered by a sadistic trio answering to an unknown boss. Directed by Phil Joanou, some atmospheric visuals pro- vide the only interest in a tawdry tale of predictable be- trayals and deadly revenge. Re- curring murderous violence, fleeting drug use, brief full nu- dity, some profanity and much rough language. The USCC classification is O -- morally of- fensive. The MPAA rating is R -- restricted. "The Horseman on the Main Street Pharmacy 217 E. Main St., Downtown Washington Phone: 254-5141 iii  HAUBSTADT ELECTRIC Licensed Bonded, Insured Industrial, Commercial and Residential P.O. Box 405 TONY NAZARIO HaubstadL IN 47639 812-768-5207 t-8766-2787 Roof' (Miramax Zoe) Fleeing Austrian bounty hunters in 1832, an Italian na- tionalist (Olivier Martinez) makes his way through cholera- ravaged southern France along- side a beautiful, mysterious no- blewoman (Juliette Binoche) he is determined to deliver to the safety of her family. 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