“It was a bit weird because this was a guy who had always ignored the fact that I fancied him. As much as I wanted it – and obviously I did want it, because we’re together now – I didn’t trust it. I didn’t like the fact I had loved him for this long and now all of a sudden he was like “OK cool.” So “Hold On” is about not knowing if you want to jump in. And this song is basically me saying to that person, “you can have me… if you can hold onto me.””
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