For a quote to be meaningful, it has to go beyond being merely clever and point to deeper truths about existence. The same goes for meaningful quotes about love- they have to be more than just some superficial commentary on the usually short-lived pangs of the lust of new romantic love. The quote "If loving you is wrong, I don't want to be right" is not much more than a pop reference to that queasy feeling associated with new love or abusive/ dependent relationships. Contrast this to some of Thich Nhat Hahn's quotes about tending to loved ones as one would lettuce, doing what's necessary to help make it grow. It points to the truth that love is not about having sex with someone, but understanding.