In my opinion, the song starts out with promise, only to descend into an overly breathy piece with strained, near-hysterical, high-pitched vocals that have the effect of tensing the nerves. That's bad enough, but when one considers the fact that the sung lyrics are about Gibson's so-called love for his new lady friend, it's enough to trigger nausea. Who wants to hear a traditional-Catholic-gone-wild gushing about his new girlfriend, while his wife of 29 years and mother of his 7 children is in the background quietly nursing her wounds?
Gibson's crush is hardly convincing in any case; as a Catholic, he should know that true love is concerned above all with the welfare of the soul. Instead, by his actions he is blithely dragging her soul along with his into Gehenna.