Louis Tomlinson: Walls Meaning
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Nothing wakes you up like wakin' up alone
And all that's left of us is a cupboard full of clothes
The day you walked away and took the higher ground
Was the day that I became the man that I am now
But these high walls,...
anonymous Sep 22nd, 9:46am report
Okay, Walls is about Harry. Like come on. The first line of "Walls" is "nothing wakes you up liking waking up alone." And the first line of Harry's song "Falling" is "I'm in my bed and you're not here." Their songs are answers to each other. In Louis' songs he talks about someone leaving him. For example, "The day you walked away and took the higher ground, was the day that I became the man that I am now" And in Harry's songs he talks about leaving someone and then regretting it. I've also noticed that they blame themselves and not the other person. In Falling Harry says "And there's no one to blame but the drink in my wandering hands" And in Walls Louis sings "Nothing makes you hurt like hurting who you love and no amount of words will ever be enough." Which shows that Louis blames himself and says that no amount of words will be able to say how sorry he is. Louis also shows that he blames himself in Habit when he sings "You gave me the time and the space, I was out of control and I'm sorry I let you down." But anyway, "Walls" is about Harry. And you can't prove me wrong. LARRY IS REAL!!!!!!!!!
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