It was in 2005 when the British singer-songwriter James Blunt achieve fame with his song You’re beautifulwhich quickly became number one on the charts in the world.
When the musician was asked what the lyrics meant, Blunt told the newspaper Security that it is “Romantic song”however, nearly twenty years later, the artist admits that there actually is one more annoying reason behind this success.
The singer made this powerful revelation during the ITV television program ‘John Bishop Show’where he assures that You’re beautiful This is absolutely not a song dedicated to love.
“It’s about me harassing someone else’s boyfriend on the tube while I was drunk,” admits Blunt, who said the girl he saw on the London transport was actually his ex-girlfriend accompanied by his new partner.
The Englishman said that time belonged to him “Seems to meet, but we’re passing and I’m home”. This is how, because of nostalgia and resentment, the lyrics that we are so familiar with emerged. Blunt claims that he wrote it in just two minutes.
“But people wear it at their weddings, that’s great”he added sarcastically.
You’re beautiful released in 2005 as the third single from their debut album ‘Back to Bedlam’who targeted James Blunt and made his album number one in sales in several countries.
The song became the most listened to in the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Belgium, Norway, the Netherlands and Italy, and has even become one of the most widely used songs for weddings and weddings in the UK. Security.
In the video, Blunt slowly takes off his shoes and clothes to jump off a huge cliff while chanting the lyrics: “But it’s time to face the truth, I will never be with you”.
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