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Sam Smith released a powerful message about his identity in 'Love me more', see video and lyrics |  Video clip |  Present

Sam Smith released a powerful message about his identity in ‘Love me more’, see video and lyrics | Video clip | Present

One of the songs with probably one of the strongest messages we received in 2022. Sam Smith just posted love me more, the first song of his new musical adventure. And, Like we told you back in the days, he did it with a song full of meaning And with the aim of inspiring everyone who wants it.

This middle beat starts with a taste of rnb after some gospel touches with photos of a kid and teen with his family and his passion: music. The family archive has been cut down to make room for black and white photos that show the biographical wink was not accidental. This video looks familiar to us and the proof comes when the Brit goes out and walks down the street like he did in stay with meThe song that catapulted him to world fame.

That’s when Sam Smith began to give an account of his life about his identity and all that that entails: “Have you ever felt like someone else / Feeling like the mirror is not good for your health / Every day I try not to hate myself / But lately it hasn’t hurt before / Maybe I’m learning how to love me more(“Have you ever felt like a different person? / Feeling that it’s not good for your health to look at yourself in the mirror / Every day I try not to hate myself / But lately it hasn’t hurt me like I used to / Maybe I’m learning to love myself more”).

It’s just a heartbreaking lyrical chorus talking about insults, self-esteem, crying to sleep, doubts…even liberating and accepting your identity at a queer party. The message, as we have said, is one of pure empowerment.

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Sam Smith loves me more than words

Have you ever felt like someone else?

Feeling in the mirror is not good for your health

Every day I try not to hate myself

But lately it hasn’t hurt like before

Maybe you learn to love me more

was burning

Every insult, every word

But she helped me learn

I had to earn my self-worth

So I tried every night

let’s sit sadly

And in the end you freed me

Have you ever felt like someone else?

Feeling in the mirror is not good for your health

Every day I try not to hate myself

But lately it hasn’t hurt like before

Maybe you learn to love me more

just a little

love me more

just a little

love me more

Oh no

love me more

just a little

love me more

I used to cry until I fell asleep at night

I was blaming the sky when the chaos was on my mind

I couldn’t see, I couldn’t breathe

So I sat sad

And in the end you freed me

Have you ever felt like someone else?

Feeling in the mirror is not good for your health

Every day I try not to hate myself

But lately it hasn’t hurt like before

Maybe you learn to love me more

just a little

love me more

just a little

love me more

oh i’ll try

love me more

with a little love

love me more

love me more

love me more

love me more

love me more

Oh you’ll love me more, you’ll love me more

Oh you’ll love me more

Oh you’ll love me more

Oh you’ll love me more

“I wrote this song for anyone who feels different, someone who has had to stop repeating different things to themselves, in their head, all the time. I felt it for a very long time and slowly learning how to be kind to myself. I wanted to share this because I reflected it in the song. In the two years The last two, music has been my therapy more than ever. So I hope this song will be your companion,” Sam Smith explained in a public statement on his social networks.

To create Love Me More, Sam Smith got invaluable help from his regular assistant Jimmy Nabs.