No giving the devil a break Jremiah with a new tune "Te Amo"
te Amo is a spanish word that is translated or interpreted as "I Love You" and this context we are speaking of the love of Jesus.
Jesus loves you and I unconditionally and relentlessly and the fact that He gave his life as a ransom for you and i it is paramount we as well give back a measure double fold and more cause you and i could not pay the debt of sin and so he stood in the gap;
"scripture says; he was bruised, scorned and sput on, enduring all that agony for you and I to be well and placed in the glory of his majesty"
with Producer Skillz on the Beat