‘Don’t Let it Break Your Heart’, Louis Tomlinson said.

The fourth single from Louis Tomlinson’s album has just been released and it is titled ‘Don’t Let It Break Your Heart‘.

Louis Tomlinson has just released his new single ‘Don’t Let It Break Your Heart’, and it gives us big One Direction vibes! To be frank, the chorus especially sounds like ‘Steal My Girl’ by the said on-hiatus band. However, this new song has a beautiful message that should be heard by everyone who’s going through a tough time.

In case you haven’t heard of Louis Tomlinson’s new song yet, listen and watch the lyric video for ‘Don’t Let It Break Your Heart’ below! You may get emotional from it, so hopefully you don’t stop yourself from feeling and expressing.

A powerful message for those who needs to hear it

Honestly, as people who have experienced going through tough times, it was comforting hearing this new song by Louis Tomlinson. It was really heartfelt and touching, which made us feel like crying.

Problems aren’t going to resolve themselves, but as humans, we also need to take time to breathe when things get too hard. Because if we don’t, we might dangerously break.

The song is pretty self-explanatory though, so we hope you take the time to read the beautiful lyrics from the refrain and the chorus below!

Life gets hard and it gets messed up
When you give so much but it’s not enough
When the highs too high and the lows too low
When you love someone and they let you go

Don’t you let it kill you
Even when it hurts like hell
Oh whatever tears you apart
Don’t let it break your heard

How did you feel upon listening and reading these lyrics? Because honestly, we tried our best to stop ourselves from crying in public when we listened to this. ‘Don’t Let It Break Your Heart’ is just frickin’ beautiful and we just have to say: thank you for this, Louis!

Did you like this new song by Louis Tomlinson? Are you excited for the release of his debut album next January? Let us know your thoughts by sharing them through the comments below! Or just simply hit us up on our Facebook or Twitter account, @udouph.

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