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It was crazy. Moment Yourself Time You. You get a lot of who you are as a musician across through the music you write. If you're writing your own music, then it's important to be really honest. Music You Your Important.
I'm quite old-fashioned. I like going out to dinner. You have the chance to talk to somebody and get to know them better. You Dinner Better Chance. A lot of the time, the way it's portrayed is that I only see women in a sexual way. But I grew up with just my mum and sister, so I respect women a lot.
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I grew up with just my mum and sister, so I respect women a lot. Women Respect Sister Up. I can see how you could get dragged into the bad stuff, but I've got good friends around me, good family. I think I've got my head screwed on. Good Family Me You. I think when you're writing songs, it's impossible to not draw on personal experiences, whether it be traveling or girls or anything. Just emotions. You Think Impossible Emotions. I'm an year-old boy, and I'm having fun. I'm just not having as much fun as people make out.
People Having Fun Boy Fun. I heard some stuff recently from Julian Casablancas, and his solo stuff is amazing. If I could write with anyone, it would be him. Amazing Solo Some Him. I don't want to be viewed as a womaniser or whatever. I don't like going crazy crazy, I like having fun but it's nice to wake up in your own bed, isn't it? You're always going to write and draw inspiration from things that you're feeling, things that you've felt. It's kind of impossible not to unless you're writing a song and there's an exact scenario that you're trying to write a song for.
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I think he's so good, he's sick Good Beautiful Me Yellow. I find ambition really attractive too - if someone's good at something they love doing. I want someone who is driven. Love Good Ambition Doing. I've got a really good family; I've got great friends around me. Good Family Me Great. I wouldn't say I'm girl-crazy, because that makes me sound like a bit of a womanizer. That isn't really me. But I am quite flirty - maybe too flirty. I'm an year-old boy, and I like to have fun! You're never going to get used to walking into a room and have people screaming at you.
There's a lot of things that come with the life you could get lost in. But you have to let it be what it is. I've learnt not to take everything too seriously. Life You People Walking. I think, you know, we entered the 'The X Factor' in the U. Good You Think Your. Robbie Williams looked supreme in the Take That scrimmage, at least until Gary Barlow circled back, gathered up the other three, and made the fight a more compelling four-on-one.
By the time One Direction announced they were to go on indefinite hiatus in , many of us were familiar enough with the conventions of boy-band bloodsport to start picking favourites for the coming melee. Harry Styles — charming, a grinner — was best placed to succeed on his own.
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Big-lunged Zayn Malik was already out of the band by that time and had used his head start to good effect, preparing a solo album that went to No 1. Liam Payne and Niall Horan — always second-tier members — were given middling chances. And ranked last in any serious analysis, the most fitfully appreciated member of One Direction, was Louis Tomlinson. Here was a combatant you might expect to find curled up in a fox hole on the battlefield, pale and chain-smoking and wondering how much he really wanted in on such an unequal fight.
It is in roughly this position I find the year-old, one afternoon earlier this summer. It helps me get ready to go again.
Happy-go-lucky Irish, no sense of arrogance. He could relate to me on a nerves level. In the first year we were both the least confident. But Zayn has a fantastic voice and for him it was always about owning that. Harry comes across very cool. Tomlinson lights another cig.
In his day job with One Direction, meanwhile, he toured the world, released five albums and amassed a large, equal-parts fortune like the rest of the boys. Somewhere en route, Tomlinson says, he found his feet as a performer. Tomlinson argued against it, he says, when the band first sat down to discuss separation. I could see where it was going. Conceding to who? To what? He waves his hand in the air. He could mean anything: history, bandmates, doubters, the press. The odds are against this tilt, Tomlinson seems to understand. But as we start to talk through his reasons for at least trying, I find myself hoping that this Last Directioner makes an unlikely go of it after all.
Reason one. The pop industry has an ineluctable momentum, and the star who begins something like a skier inching off a hilltop can quickly find themselves bound to ride out whatever thrills and trials comes next. Tomlinson gives the example of how he first became famous. Born in Doncaster in he was raised by his mother, Johannah Deakin, and later also by her new partner Mark Tomlinson. He was 16 when he went to his first X Factor audition. Prompt rebuff. A year later he made it into the audition process, but still nowhere near the part where ambitious young singers are briskly embraced or condemned by that great gatekeeper of celebrity, Simon Cowell.
In Tomlinson, twice unlucky, gave the auditions a final try.
Then all of a sudden everything changed. To my friends in Doncaster I would always say [getting into the band] was the most incredible thing that happened to me. And it was. But it happened when I was already having the best year of my life. But there was a price to pay. He says his current efforts as a soloist came about in similar fashion. In , Tomlinson had become a father. He had some other personal matters to work through and in the summer he went on holiday to Las Vegas to blow off steam.
In career terms, he had inched off the hill again, without necessarily considering the gradient of the slope.