Love You To is a song by the Beatles from their 1966 album Revolver. It is considered an important track by them because it was their first song that seriously attempted to incorporate classical Indian music with rock.

It was written and sung by George Harrison, who was learning the sitar from the esteemed Indian musician Ravi Shankar. The song features a sitar, a tabla, a tambourine and Tamboura Drone. Ringo Starr was the only other Beatle who played on this track (he was on the tambourine).

A few years later, the intro of the song was used in The Beatles animated film Yellow Submarine when George's character is first introduced.
"Wow, that Beatles song, Love You To, is great!"

"Yeah, it's Harrison's first true musical expirament into Indian culture and tradition, and thus is the precursor for other Indian-themed Beatles songs such as Within You, Without You and I, Me, Mine."

"Geez, How d'you know so much?"

"Urban Dictionary. Tells you all you need to know."
by KushPuppet February 21, 2007
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Phrase used exclusively by shallow self-absorbed individuals who actually have no concept of what it means to love or be loved. Their hearts are vacant and usually associate sex not with a deeply emotional or spiritual experience but rather purely a physical and transient act involving no emotion. Such individuals are limited in both intellect and in normal socialization skills. People who use this overused cliche usually suffer from a combination of schizotypal disorder and sociopathy. A catch-all phrase when the person doing the dumping knows there is no reason for the relationship to end, other than for purely selfish reasons of wanting to pursue sexual relations with other individuals outside of the current relationship.
I love you but I'm not in love with you


I don't love you and I want to experiment with other people
by Tuscanini August 17, 2006
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Statement used to express regret and or fear about the current situation of an amorous or once amorous relationship. It generally means that the person who is expressing himself/herself has a deep emotional bond with their current mate, but that bond is possibly/probably not strong enough to merit a lifetime, or long-term commitment. Usually, there is either some dissatisfaction, disappointment, or confusion on the part of the person using this statement.
Example (interchangeable):

Woman: Why can't we be together?
Man: I love you, but I'm not in love with you.
Woman: What does that mean?
Man: It means that I need something in my life that being with you is just not able to provide. If you need anything, I'm there, but we aren't working.
by TEX37 October 11, 2009
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A scape goat for women who don't have the ovaries to say I'm not interested in pursuing a relationship with you.
"I Love You, But I'm Not IN Love With You"

"What does that even mean?"

"Let's just be friends"

"What, why?"

"I like you like a brother"

"Jesus F***ing Christ"
by TangoTangoSierra January 23, 2012
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You love the person and care deeply for them, but that spark is just not there anymore, you don't have sexual urges towards them any longer, You don't want to end the relationship because you love them so much but you know it is not the way things should be. You should be happy with every aspect or the relationship, and they ask you for a reason as to why you want to end things and all you can say is you will never be happy, you can't help how you feel, You love that person s much but you are no "in love" with them
I love you but im not in love with you
by honeybunnyyyy October 3, 2010
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“I love love you” is different from an I love you. An I love love you means to love someone more than a friend
person 1:I love love you

person 2:I didn’t think you loved me more than a friend.
person1:well I do🥰
by billybobby805 December 22, 2018
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