Love Louder - David Guetta ft. John Martin



The Experience: John Martin joins his lyrics about love and freedom to David Guetta's EDM power, with sounds reminscent of John Martin's former song (when in Swedish House Mafia) Don't You Worry Child

Official John Martin video: John Martin performs an acoustic version of Love Louder. 

Official Video: Still waiting (for David Guetta's version) 

The meaning of Love Louder is how much further love can take you. Day-to-day chores keep us numb. Love breaks through the void, painted by this song's lyrics with words like chasing, running reckless, free, stronger, harder, better. That's nice, it's true... but a little over-used. What Love Louder adds is the line "we'll rise if we stumble and fall." Too often love songs make it all sound easy. But the rise up to a stronger, harder, and better life and love is made up of stumble and fall. And made up of forgiving other's stumbling, and forgiving our own. Then we will love louder than any limits.

Ask yourself: Do I think love renews life easily... or do I know we'll rise if we stumble and fall? And am I patient with my/others' falls?


LYRICS:
Chasing summer
All that we got is our heartbeats
And the air we breathe
And the air we breathe

Running reckless
Couldn’t care less
Just surrender
It would set you free
It would set you free

I can be a little stronger
And try a little harder
We could do better
If we love a little louder

I can be a little stronger
And try a little harder
We could do better
If we love a little louder
Love a little louder
Love a little louder
Love a little louder

Close to daylight
Running red lights
Taste the first time
What you want to feel
What you want to feel

And we’ll rise if we stumble and fall
Here we are, here we are, here we are
You and me
You and me

I can be a little stronger
And try a little harder
We could do better
If we love a little louder

I can be a little stronger
And try a little harder
We could do better
If we love a little louder
Love a little louder
Love a little louder
Love a little louder