February 13, 1974 in Stoke-on-Trent
Stoke-on-Trent, England, United Kingdom
Robert Peter Williams is a British singer and songwriter born on February 13, 1974 in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England. Along with a successful career as a solo artist, Williams was a member of the pop group Take That. Williams left the group in 1995 and went on to have seven albums reach the top spot on the UK charts. He rejoined the group in 2010 and contributed to a hugely successful album release before leaving the group on good terms. Williams’ worldwide album sales surpass 75 million, putting him among the best-selling musical artists ever. His latest album is 2013’s Swings Both Ways.
2 years ago
Talk about a powerful song. Especially when it describes girls who think so highly of themselves they become lost in it and fail to realize that they are already seeing more than enough guys at any given time. Always trust Robbie to put the word out there and try to encourage such women to "relax" a little and play cool sometimes, and stop looking for that white knight, while jumping from horse to horse.
hahaha I love this part. It's soo dominatrix. It's for those people who like it a bit rough and are looking for someone to give the tough love. The whole song tells about finding love in different places and really not finding it at all. But what is it that you are really looking for? People want one thing, then another one different. They want love, but then they don't, they find it all happening too fast. They want to cuddle and then the next day they want to rip off clothes. It's a bit about those constant changes.
Actually interesting lyrics from Robbie Williams! nobody gives him much credit but every once in a while he did a thoughful song. These lines talk about wanting something you can't have anymore. When you wish you had done things differently to have a certain person in your life still, but things change and maybe you don't talk anymore, time passes by and you become different people who can't seem to think what to say to one another. Become estranged. And it's ironic because he talks about no regrets and still starts the song with deep regrets.