Quote by Graham Greene
I doubt if ever one ceases to love, but one can cease to be in love as easily as one can outgrow an author one admired as a boy.
This quote suggests that while love itself may not fade, the feeling of being "in love" with someone can diminish over time, similar to how one can outgrow a childhood author. It implies that love can evolve and change as people mature and develop different priorities. It implies that the initial infatuation and admiration may eventually wane, but it doesn't necessarily mean that love itself disappears.
When I play it I look out and see people hold on to each other and dance or just couples leaning into each other and kiss. And I'll go: 'You know, I could have worked hard at school and been a dentist. But I'm so glad I didn't.' Because when I look out and see that I feel like the Pied Piper of love.