If You Want to Love Someone

I spent the past weekend with a crew of men rediscovering our hearts. Andy Gullahorn was one of the men I served with. Tears and snot dripped like gold and silver for many men. 

Andy has a song called, If You Want To Love Someone. One can do far worse as a guide to turn the crisis of infidelity into the opportunity of a loving, connected marriage. 

If you want to love someone
Search their soul for where it's broken
Find the cracks and pour your heart in
If you want to love someone
 
In every heart there is a hollow
Locked against the pain it's known
If there's a key, the key is sorrow
Only a trusted hand can hold
 
If you want to love someone
Search their soul for where it's broken
Find the cracks and pour your heart in
If you want to love someone
 
The heart will hide where it's been broken
But the fault lines still remain
Like a map to lead you home when
You can enter through their pain
 
If you want to love someone
Search their soul for where it's broken
Find the cracks and pour your heart in
If you want to love someone
 
Somehow You had a way of seeing
Just how deep my wound could go
Oh but You were never scared
To run and meet me there
And that's how I know
 
If you want to love someone
Search their soul for where it's broken
Find the cracks and pour your heart in
That's what You did…
If you want to love someone
Songwriters: Andy Gullahorn / Jason Jeffrey Gray