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The phrase “I’ll be loving you” is often used in songs in which singers express their love and devotion to someone. Such declarations in music can be interpreted as romantic, or about deep friendship or familial bonds. There are many more interpretations of the phrase, just as there are also different types of love. The ancient Greeks identified eight different types of love, while another popular theory known as Robert Sternberg’s Triangular Theory of Love proposes that there are three components of love that can be combined in various ways to create eight types of love ranging from nonlove (a lack of love) to consummate love (an ideal type of love).
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