Louis Tomlinson: Don't Let It Break Your Heart Meaning
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Don't Let It Break Your Heart Lyrics
Got a place on the other side of London
Doing better, doing better
And I know you left a part of you
In New York under your bed in a box
But you're doing better, doing better
Life gets hard and it gets messed...
1TOP RATED#1 top rated interpretation:anonymous Feb 25th 2021 report
Sorry babe but harry released a whole a** song about New York and how "[he's] been praying ever since New York." Then Louis has the f*cking audacity to say "I know you left a part of you in New York" tell me this song is about Elevator,the fans or his family. Please I'd like to see your rationale behind that one <3
anonymous Feb 7th 2021 report
I think this song is about supporting someone who had difficult times in his life. And this song just says I know you'll make it and don't let it destroy you.
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