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Diana Lyrics

The front pages are your pictures,
They make you look so small,
How could someone not miss you at all?


I never would mistreat ya,
Oh I’m not a criminal,
I speak a different language but I still hear your...


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    Apr 3rd, 4:45pm report

    I believe it is about the girls who self harm and I am one of them. I cried hearing this song it is ment to make us who feel like no one cares they are here for us. One Direction is in aspiration and they will be here for us fans no matter what.


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    Mar 5th, 3:10am report

    for me this song is special, it discribes my feelings. i thought they called it Diana because Diana was the queen of ENgland who was depressed. but shge was strong and they want us to be strong.


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    Mar 1st, 3:02pm report

    It is about how girls cut and., a single girl that they are talking about that cuts herself. how her name is Diana. and how they know she is in ALOT Of PAIN .!

    Thanks For Reading !


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    Jan 6th, 1:16pm report

    This song should be open to interpratation.


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    Jan 3rd, 1:13pm report

    At first everyone thought this song was about their fans and self harm. But in a recent interview they were asked about this song and they said that was not at all what the song is about. It is simply just a feel good song about a relationship. They aren't saying they don't care about fans that self harm but that was not the reason for writing the song. That's all...


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    Nov 25th, 11:08am report

    I think Diana is for the fans dealing with depression and bullying etc.
    The first verse, "The front pages are your pictures, they make you look so small, how could someone not miss you all?" I think might be a reference to the fan pictures that the This Is Us poster was made up of and that you couldn't miss them no matter how small they made them.

    Harry's part is about how he means her/the fans no harm and no matter what language she/you speak, he can still hear your call for help.

    The chorus is about how he wants to be the one to make her feel better and save her life. He can 'feel' the girl/fans crying and he wants her/them to let him help her.

    Niall's solo is about how it hasn't been very long but she's feeling worse and he's amazed at how someone could mislead and lie to her by making her think she isn't wanted and that she's stupid and ugly etc.

    Louis' is about how he wants to help her get better and feel better and that no matter what language you speak, they're both the same and he can still feel that she needs help.

    Harry's second solo says that he wants her to trust him and he'd believe in her and be there for her no matter what happeneds.

    And I think that the name 'Diana' is a reference to Princess Diana who had depression. I also don't think it's a coincidence that it is a princess they were talking about. I reckon these means they think that 1)No matter who you are, you can still get depression, even famous & royal people can get it and 2) that we are all princesses as well.

    Anyway, I think this is what it all means, from what I've put together. :)

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