"Invisible" as written by and Ashton Irwin Roy Stride....
Another day
Of painted walls and football on the TV
No one sees me
I fade away
Lost inside a memory of someone's life
It wasn't mine

I was already missing
Before the night I left
Just me and my shadow and all of my regrets
Who am I? Who am I?
When I don't know myself
Who am I? Who am I?
Invisible

Wasted days
Dreaming of the times I know I can't get back
It seems I just lost track
Looking on
As all of life's colors seem to fade to grey
I just walked away

I was already missing
Before the night I left
Just me and your shadow and all of my regrets
Who am I? Who am I?
When I don't know myself
Who am I? Who am I?
Invisible

Who am I? Who am I?
When I don't know myself
Who am I? Who am I?
Invisible
Who am I? Who am I?
When I don't know myself?
Who am I? Who am I?
Invisible

Another day
The walls are built to keep me safe, I can't escape
It's too late


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

"Invisible" as written by Michael Gordon Clifford Roy Neville Francis Stride

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Spirit Music Group, RED BULL MEDIA HOUSE NA, INC.

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    General CommentHere's what this song means.

    This is about someone who is lost in the mix of everything. "Football on the TV." He's become subject to the 21st century. He has no friends, or life. He is lost and doesn't even know who he is anymore. Throughout the song, he is trying to become someone and do things. But in the end he resolves to "it's too late, I can't escape" meaning that he's wasted too much of his life and must go back to the same old same old.


    This song is a pretty remarkable song. Both in how he presents it and lyrically. I honestly thought they where a "shitty" boyband until their new album came along. If you still think they're a boyband, they're not. I'm a guy who generally prefers Radiohead, Beck, Bowie, and the Grateful Dead. But these guys really aren't that bad. They're not 1D and are turning into more of a Green Day.
    112on January 18, 2016   Link
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    Song MeaningThis song has been talked about by fans for a while now. Trying to figure out the meaning. It can be taen in different ways. Personaly, this is what I believe. It starts with the sound of type writers. The person is writing a note. "Another day, of painted and football on the TV. No one sees me" The person feels unwanted/needed by the people close to them. "Lost inside a memory of someone's life. It wasn't mine" They are thinking back on the few good times they've had. They are leaving/have already left. "Just me and my shadow and all of my regrets" They are alone, thinking back to every mistake made. They feel "Invisible to the people around them. As the song progresses, it repeats "Who am I? Invisible." They feel like no one is there or sees them. The music builds toward the end. Almost like a climax of a story. It gets louder and more intense, as Calum sings harsher and more emotionally attached. The scratchiness of his voice shows fear. The music represents the persons emotions. Scared, afraid of what is happening. Then, suddenly, it all stops, going back to a single acoustic guitar and type writer, signaling the story for this person is almost over. Everything is suddenly calm and okay. I think this means the person has left. (died) "Another day
    The walls are built to keep me safe, I can't escape
    It's too late" Its too late. They are already gone. It cuts off like that and goes to a symphony. Whats weird is this is a song written in a major chord, but ends on a minor note. Just stops and ends. Kind of like what happens in life. It just....stops.
    Clifford1995on January 16, 2016   Link

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