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Nick Howe ‘Give Me A Reason’ : A trigger to restart the love that was, or dynamite it to kingdom-come.

Nick Howe

Not practical, but does it put a fire to your passions, whenever you’re next to him? Next to her? Denial is hard. Harder when the thing that brings ‘life’ to your living, is nowhere to be found.

Nick Howe said: “The song speaks of pain and frustration in attempting to be free from toxic love. Sometimes you know a situation or person isn’t good for you, even if it feels good at times, but you just need that defining reason to get out of there – that’s what the song’s about”

Conundrum is where ‘Give Me A Reason’ dwells. And when it’s about love, we all can relate.

A trigger to restart the love that was, or dynamite it to kingdom-come.

Hard choices. Hard challenges.

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