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A plea to help the homeless and victims of domestic abuse fills "Love Is All We Need." The power of love is also preached on "One Heart," "Coulda Woulda Shoulda," "I Know What Love Is," "Have You Ever Been in Love" and "Sorry for Love (2003 Version)." Dion is thrilled that, in spite of her faults, her man loves her anyway ("Faith"). She promises a guy who has been deeply wounded that she will comfort and support him ("Stand By Your Side").
Three love songs cross into sexual territory. The married singer describes an all-night romp on "Naked" ("So naked with you/Feels like the first time ... Take me wherever you want to, baby"). "Reveal" shares intimate details of overflowing ecstasy. She recalls a feverish trek for sexual gratification on "I Drove All Night" ("Woke you from your sleep to make love to you/Is that all right").
For the most part, One Heart maintains a strong, healthy beat, though risqué murmurs occur when Dion shares unnecessary details about her sex life.