One Direction Song ‘Diana’ Leaks Online
“Diana,” a new song by the most popular boy band of the moment One Direction – Harry Styles, Zayn Malik, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne – leaked online Saturday morning.
One Direction has grown accustomed to leaks since they hit the big-time after appearing on the U.K.’s The X-Factor and being protégés of music exec Simon Cowell. “Diana” is just the latest in a string of leaked songs from their new album Midnight Memories. Last month, the big 1D leak was “Can’t Let Her Go.”
“Diana” is thought to be dedicated to the British boy band’s passionate fan base. The sensitive lyrics are meant to reach out to fans of theirs that might be dealing with some big issues in their personal lives. The lyrics also call to mind the late Princess of Wales, who tragically died in a car accident in 1997 after years of being a media favorite.
““Diana, Front pages all your pictures make you look so small, how could someone not miss you at all?/ It’s only been four months, But you’ve fallen down so far/ How could someone mislead you at all/ Diana, Let me be the one to light the fire inside your life/ You can own me, You don’t even know me/ But I can feel you crying,” the song goes. “Diana, Let me be the one to lift your heart up/ And save your life/ I don’t even think you realize/ Baby you’ll be saving mine.”
Midnight Memories is scheduled for release Nov. 25.
– Chelsea Regan
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