Will You Please from The Cold?!Miss this year.Denise from SantafeButler claimed in an interview that the song was inspired by Princess Diana; written while she was still alive.“A man in my shoes runs a red light …And all the papers lie tonightBut falling over you is the news of the day.”Ordinary things get lost in the news whenDiana was alive and everything she did was fodder for all the tabloids. “Stars come down in you. And love, love you can’t give it away.”While the most famous woman on the planet, and even famous people are diminished by her, she can’t find what she wants most which is love. She can’t find it with her Prince or the heart surgeon she loved. The song is beautiful, haunting and to hear it this many years later since her death makes the Title and subject that much more poignant. Trying to explain Diana’s popularity to anyone who wasn’t alive then is like trying to explain the Beatles. You can’t. She was deeply loved. This is one of the best Fur’s songs even if it wasn’t a huge hit. Virginia Ramirez from Canoga Park, CaLOVE LOVE LOVE This song such a beautiful Melody with equally beautiful lyrics, I just wish I knew who it”s about? It seems like there”s some personal story behind it? Of course it could just be Richard Butlers sensitive heart bleeding all over his sleeve? If anyone knows the real story I”d love to read it.see more comments
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