Give Me Your Heart

Album: The Rebirth (2009)
  • Valentino has explained that this ballad could take the place of a marriage proposal. He told djbooth.net: "Really, you can play this song, and she's gonna definitely say yes. This is one of those songs that'll make you cry. Even at the end, man, I'll take 'em to church on it – it's a song that has so much soul, it's pure, and it's just innocent. If you really want to propose and don't know how to say it, just put on this song. That's what I do with my records, too, man. A lot of times men don't really know how to tell their woman, "Baby, I love you," or they don't know how to tell their woman sweet things. I make my music 'cause I'm a real dude, and I make it from a male perspective, so if you don't know how to say these things to your loved one, you can pop in a Bobby V. CD and then bim-bam-bim it's gonna tell your significant other what you wanna tell them, and you ain't even gotta say nothing."
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