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Coldplay — Ink
Album: Ghost Stories
Avg rating:
5.6

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Total ratings: 95









Released: 2014
Length: 3:42
Plays (last 30 days): 0
Got a tattoo that said "2gether thru life"
Carved in your name with my pocket knife
And you wonder when you wake up, will it be alright?
Feels like there's something broken inside

All I know
All I know
Is that I'm lost wherever you go
All I know
Is that I love you so
So much that it hurts

Got a tattoo and the pain's alright
Just wanted a way of keeping you inside

All I know
All I know
Is that I'm lost in your fire below
All I know
Is that I love you so
So much that it hurts

See the road begin to climb
See your stars begin to shine
I see your colors
And I'm dying of thirst
All I know is that I love you so
So much that it hurts
Oh yeah yeah yeah
So much that it hurts
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This is just so insipid. I kind of feel bad for Chris Martin. I guess he has enough money though.
perfect transition from Steven Wilson to Coldplay, they are the same kind and the change between one to the other is very smooth.... But Steve Wilson has a much pleasant voice. 5 for the first, 3 for Coldplay. and expecting the next song to not be as repetitive and plain as the past two ;)
{#Roflol} especially nice at christmas
Thank you !!!! such a pleasure to hear "Ink" on RP !! {#Bananajam}
 DaidyBoy wrote:
I have become consciously uncoupled from Coldplay, but I don't know if we will remain friends.  Perhaps for the sake of the children.

 
Summarized.
So many negative comments. I quite like this. It is less dreary than most Coldplay which of course may be why it is not going down so well with others.
And I thought Coldplay could get no lower than para-para-parroting.
I have become consciously uncoupled from Coldplay, but I don't know if we will remain friends.  Perhaps for the sake of the children.
{#No} ... not good is it
At first I thought Ink was a cover of Fast Cars.
Bill's really on his game. 
Yowzers. This is pretty awful. No way around it.
Reviews (such as this Washington Post effort) that I've read of this album say that it's basically the lead singer lamenting the "conscious uncoupling" from Gwyneth Paltrow. Introspective and moody, so at least there's some emotion in it, unlike the usual anthemic cold Coldplay output which has the emotional impact of a wet flannel.
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wow, first ink