Kill my mind. Kill My Mind by Louis Tomlinson

He details the intricacies of this experience in the second verse. But on the psychological side of things, he is not as enthusiastic about the prospect of romancing her. Though the singer has been hurt by a previous relationship, his feelings are intense. The song has a rock-pop sound that was inspired by Tomlinson's love for '90s guitar-driven music. . You kill my mind Raise my body back to life And I don't know what I'd do without you now. Or another way of looking at it is that he feels like a new man when he is around her. . Tenemos disponible la letra con el video enlazado desde la plataforma Youtube.
So what we have here is a track where the narrator Louis Tomlinson is using some choice symbolism to allude to the idea of him being smitten by a certain lady You kill my mind Raise my body back to life And I don't know what I'd do without you now According to Tomlinson, the lyrics harken back to his teenage years: "'Kill My Mind' is a song about having fun and doing silly things when you're younger," he said
There, Louis implies that his personal history has been less than ideal, in addition to him being unable to put it completely behind him You kill my mind Raise my body back to life And I don't know what I'd do without you now
Obviously his reaction to her exceeds the emotional realm and extends onto the mental plane
The devil in my brain Whisperin' my name I can hear it saying, "Ahh, ahh, ahh" I can ease the pain Just a little taste, babe And ya won't let go of your hold on me You kill my mind Raise my body back to life And I don't know what I'd do without you now You're a nightmare on the dance floor And you hate me, and I want more You're a total distraction While I'm waitin' for your reaction The devil in my brain Whisperin' my name I can hear it saying, "Ahh, ahh, ahh" I can ease the pain Just a little taste, babe And ya won't let go of your hold on me You kill my mind Raise my body back to life And I don't know what I'd do without you now
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