James Blunt Wants You To Stop Singing ‘You’re Beautiful’
When you hear the lyrics "You're beautiful" being sung in James Blunt's raspy voice, you think romance right?
Being a very popular song for a first dance at Weddings of course many of us would assume that the singer intended for his song to be used in this loved-up context.
Well if you've currently booked in this hit as your wedding tune, you might want to reconsider.
Blunt has recently spoken to The Huffington Post to let everyone know that his hit song could not be any further from the romantic love song that we all thought it was.
"Everyone goes, 'Ah he's so romantic. I want 'You’re Beautiful' as my wedding song. These people are f**ked up," he said.
But why? I mean can there really be an ulterior meaning behind the two words "you're beautiful"?
Well apparently there is, and it is absolutely MESSED UP!
"'You're beautiful' is not this soft romantic f**king song. It's about a guy who's high as a f**king kite on drugs in the subway stalking someone else's girlfriend when that guy is there in front of him, and he should be locked up or put in prison for being some kind of perv," continued Blunt.
Maybe we're not as good at analysing songs as we thought.