That's the provocative title to a piece by John Stackhouse. His first paragraph:
One of the blights upon the hymnological landscape today is the continued presence of what we can fairly call the “love song to Jesus” genre. It’s been around as long as there has been Christian pop music–and even earlier, depending on what you make of sentimental gospel songs in the nineteenth century, eighteenth-century revivalist hymns, and especially a lot of the mystical poetry-cum-lyrics of certain medieval saints.Stackhouse mentions that singing "Jesus, I'm in love with You" gives him the "homoerotic creeps." Good Lord, deliver us!