"Love Me" as written by George Bedford Daniel and Matthew Timothy Healy....
And hey, would you
Like to look outside sometimes? (No)
I'm just with my friends online
And there's things we'd like to change
Next thing you'll find you're reading 'bout yourself
On a plane, fame, what a shame
Oh, well, just keep looking, looking, looking, looking

And love me (yeah)
If that's what you wanna do (oh, yeah)
And love me (yeah)
If that's what you wanna do (oh, yeah)

You've been reading 'bout yourself
On a plane, fame for a change
Caught up in fashion
Karcrashian panache and a bag of bash for passion
You've got a beautiful face but got nothing to say (oh)
You look famous, let's be friends and portray we possess something important
And do the things we like, meaning

We've just come to represent
A decline in the standards are what we accept
Yeah, yeah
Yeah, no

And love me (yeah, oh)
If that's what you wanna do (oh, yeah)
And love me (love me, yeah)
If that's what you wanna do (oh, yeah)

Oh, so sack off your calendar, give it to the people
Be the man that gets 'em up on their feet
Say "oh, oh, oh, oh, oh"

Love me (yeah, oh)
And love me (yeah)
If that's what you wanna do (oh)


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"Love Me" as written by Matthew Healy George Daniel

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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    My InterpretationThe song seems to be a judgment of the "popular" mentality that a lot of people walk around with. Everyone wants to be famous, but fame doesn't make you good person; basically.
    brandoniupon December 17, 2015   Link

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