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“Love In Any Language” is a song, in the contemporary Christian genre, performed by Sandi Patty and first released from her 1986 album Morning Like This, which she had recorded on the Word International Records label. With lyrics written and music composed specifically for her by John Mays and Jon Mohr and published by the Sutton Hill Music, Birdwing Music, and Jonathan Mark Music publishing firms, its basic theme is the universality of love and its ability to transcend both the language barrier and the political differences between the various nations of Earth.
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​Love In Any Language

This song is by Sandi Patty and appears on the album Morning Like This (1986).

Je t'aime
Te amo
Ya tyibya lyublu
Ani ohevet othka
I love you
The sounds are all as different
As the lands from which they came
And though the words are all unique
Our hearts are still the same

Love in any language straight from the heart
Pulls us all together never apart
And once we learn to speak it all the world will hear
Love in any language fluently spoken here

We teach the young our differences
Yet look how we're the same
We love to laugh to dream our dreams
We know the sting of pain
From Leningrad to Lexington
The farmer loves his land
And daddies all get misty-eyed
To give their daughter's hand

Oh maybe when we realize
How much there is to share
We'll find too much in common
To pretend it isn't there

Love in any language straight from the heart
Pulls us all together never apart
And once we learn to speak it all the world will hear
Love in any language fluently spoken here

Though the rhetoric of government
May keep us worlds apart
There's no misinterpreting
The language of the heart

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Love in any language straight from the heart
Pulls us all together never apart
And once we learn to speak it all the world will hear
Love in any language fluently spoken here
Love in any language fluently spoken here
Love in any language fluently spoken here