"A Message" as written by Guy Rupert Berryman, William Champion, Christopher Anthony John Martin and Jonathan Mark Buckland....
My song is love
Love to the lovers shone
And it goes up
You don't have to be alone

Your heavy heart
Is made of stone
And it's so hard to see you, clearly
You don't have to be on your own
You don't have to be on your own

And I'm not gonna take it back
And I'm not gonna say I don't mean that
You're the target that I'm aiming at
And I'll get that message home

My song is love
My song is love I know
And I'm on fire for you, clearly
You don't have to be alone
You don't have to be on your own

And I'm not gonna take it back
And I'm not gonna say I don't mean that
You're the target that I'm aiming at
But I'm nothing on my own
Got to get that message home

And I'm not gonna stand and wait
Not gonna leave it until its much too late
On a platform I'm gonna stand and say
That I'm nothing on my own
And I love you, please come home

My song is love, is love I know
And I've got to get that message home


Lyrics submitted by rocketqueenz, edited by rosematazz

"A Message" as written by Guy Rupert Berryman Christopher Anthony John Martin

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    MemoryThis used to be my ex and I's song. Over time, it's had different and very personal meanings for me. At the beginning, I was transfixed with the "on a platform" lyric as it seemed to convey my confession of love for her and wanting to shout it from the rooftops to everyone. As time went by, our relationship slowly and selfishly became less and less about each other and I became more transfixed on the sort of heartbreaking and somber nature of it. It speaks softly but surely about a sort of unrequited, unreturned, undeserving kind of love... A love you have to give too much of yourself to have. Needless to say our relationship wasn't ever meant to be and after years of on again off again trying over and over to make it work we finally had to let go. It was awful, and it's been years since I've brought myself to listen to this song all the way through. Funny enough this is right around the time of year I first really heard it and shared it and my feelings with her so long ago, and I've got to admit it makes me really kind of sad. Especially when thinking back now on how things turned out with us, but you know things change, time goes by, you move on, you fall in love all over again, and in the end life ends up full of little bittersweet remembrances just like this damnable song.
    Alek Bunnyon May 04, 2018   Link

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