5 Seconds of Summer: Lost Boy Meaning
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Lost Boy Lyrics
I feel so lonely when I'm in a crowded space
You left with me without direction
'Cause I've been from place to place
Trying to bring you back
I've walked for days and days
'Cause I can't face...
anonymous May 23rd, 2018 5:12am report
This song gives me the feels. It reminds me of when i lost my best friend, and i got her back, and it felt good, to hear her voice, to see her face, after so long.
anonymous Oct 9th, 2016 10:12am report
the truth is, luke went to the market with his mother, liz hemmings. and it happened that liz disappeared. "is anybody there who can rescue?" so he's probably asking who's willing to help him find his mom.
anonymous Aug 3rd, 2016 8:53am report
Lost boy is about Luke. Since he sings most of it and wrote it. The meaning behind the song is not about Alisha, but it's about a girl. It's about any girl honestly. You see, Luke is depressed, and he needs downtown to rescue him. "Is anybody there, who can resume somebody like me?" Luke is looking for that one girl that will rescue him, and it's 2016 now, and he still hasn't found that girl.
anonymous Sep 29th, 2014 9:59am report
Are you like the guy from this lyrics? You want to be rescued? But how can you be rescued if you want to be helped by using this site? You have to be open if you want to be rescued. Why not try to win your girl since you love her so much? You can do it.
anonymous Sep 28th, 2014 9:49pm report
Basically the guy in the song has been recently dumped and doesn't like living in a world where he isn't with the girl, feeling lost and alone "without you I'm a lost boy," He doesn't think that he'll ever find someone that he loved as much as her.
"Is anybody there who can rescue?"
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