to love someone something is basically Southern American English.
it means: to like or would like to have.
It's usually with would: I've love me some hot dogs. [I'd love to have or get some hotdogs]
Technical explanation: non-argument datives
These are a feature of Southern American and Appalachian speech
Here are some I have made up:
I'm gonna marry me a pretty gal.
He's gonna get him a shotgun.
From the same paper cited above,here is a list of famous songs using this form:
b. I’m gonna grab/catch me a freight train. (various songs)
I was a young girl, I had me a cowboy
(John Prine, “Angel From
d. I had me a man in summertime/He had summer-colored
(Joni Mitchell, “Urge for Going”) e. Now the Union Central’s
pulling out and the orchids are in bloom,
I’ve only got me one
shirt left and it smells of stale perfume. (Bob Dylan, “Up to Me”)
[[Joke: Not for nothin' did they give ol' Dylan the Nobel Priize.]]