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  • 01.12.2015

  • When I wrote this song I was fighting with myself, trying to understand why I was so broken, why I had been left and was hurting so badly, why I felt like I had lost something that I would never have again and why I felt like it was all my fault. I felt like I was never going to be happy again. I signed my record deal and my dreams were coming true but the person I loved wasn't there and it didn't hide the fact that my soul was unbalanced. I wrote this song when I was angry and nothing felt right. I didn't know how to get past the emptiness I was feeling. Once I wrote it, I put it to bed and didn't listen to it for months and months and I slowly started to take on my life with a different perspective. My friend said to me give yourself space and time and it's true, that's all I needed. I was reminded of who I was as a person by someone who cared so much and wouldn't let me break. I was given an opportunity to make an album and have a career in doing what I love, which is something I had worked so hard for, for so many years, and I wasn't going to let a broken heart defeat me. Hope through heartbreak was my new perspective on life. I re-visited this song and edited it. I changed it from one about me feeling sorry for myself and a person who didn't even deserve that much from me, to one about the person who caught me before I hit the ground and made me believe in myself again. This song was written to you. Not to the person who broke me in so many ways but the person who helped save me from drowning in something that wasn't worth drowning in. This song is now about being grateful and taking advice from the people who care, and who are there for you when you are in need. So thank you. I wanted to share this version of the video because this is all this song really needed to show. I was naked and alone in a room with a camera, bare, fragile and empty. There was a time when I was all of this and couldn't have felt any worse in myself. When I stood there and sang this song on the day we made the video, stripped of everything, I was reminded of all that I had gone through. I couldn't have been prouder of how far I have come and I couldn't have been more grateful for the people surrounding me in my life. Jo'lene had this idea for Take Me Home and it couldn't be more perfect, I can normally picture how I want things to go for my videos but for this one I couldn't and she could. Both Jo'lene and Declan made this video and took full creative control of something that I was incapable of envisioning because it was so personal. I can't thank you both enough for something that represents both me and my song so superbly. To the person who told me time would heal me, this song is for you. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JessGlynne Instagram: https://instagram.com/jessglynne/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JessGlynne Spotify: http://spoti.fi/1cI6gaz Website: http://jessglynne.co.uk/ Take Me Home on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/TMH.Spotify Take Me Home on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/TMH.iTunes

Kommentare

  • Orange83
    Orange83 vor 6 Tagen

    I am a video editor, but I love this video without cuts.

  • isobel xx
    isobel xx vor 9 Monaten

    to the 1% that are reading this,

  • Joanna Mccrimmon
    Joanna Mccrimmon vor 5 Monaten

    I would love to hear Jess Glynne and rag’n’bones man do a song together

  • clorofemully
    clorofemully vor 11 Monaten (bearbeitet)

    I grew up in a very broken home. And my world was absolutely shattered when my dad ultimately killed himself. I have gone from city to city, searching for a home, trying to figure out who I am and where I belong. When I listen to this song, I think of how I have grown and learned (thanks very much to my wonderful therapist) how to take care of and love myself, how I am the only person who can save myself. And on those days when I just cant handle life and "lose control," I can "take the wheel" for myself. Thank you, Jess Glynne, for pouring your heart out and letting us listen to it.

  • Sam Masghati
    Sam Masghati vor 4 Jahren

    0:29

  • Sophia Boyer
    Sophia Boyer vor 1 Jahr (bearbeitet)

    "Take Me Home"

  • Mary-kate Cavanagh
    Mary-kate Cavanagh vor 8 Monaten

    To everyone who is reading this,

  • jamie tuck
    jamie tuck vor 2 Monaten

    Absolutely love this song meaningful not just for a woman!!!

  • Zoe Celien
    Zoe Celien vor 5 Monaten (bearbeitet)

    Jess Glynne: "Take me Home"

  • Myriam Jaeschke
    Myriam Jaeschke vor 6 Monaten

    She expresses her sad emotions so real

  • Aniyah Nicole
    Aniyah Nicole vor 22 Stunden

    I listen to ALL types of music. Rap, hip hop, pop etc. but this is by far my favorite song and I don’t usually have “favorites” but this song.. I relate to so much.

  • Gui Henrie
    Gui Henrie vor 1 Jahr (bearbeitet)

    É, essa música tá liberando as lágrimas que estavam presas

  • Maria Jørgensen
    Maria Jørgensen vor 6 Stunden (bearbeitet)

    It’s kinda hard for me to explain what this song means to me. The feeling of needing someone to understand what you’re going through. Even if it’s yourself. I was so lost, for so long. I fought hard for what what felt like a lifetime, by myself, until I was able to let myself trust people, and suddenly I met people, some bad and some good. A few amazing ones, who understood me without I had to make apologies for who I was, they helped me understand people, the world and most importantly myself. I’m forever grateful. This song describes perfectly the trust you wanna have in yourself when everything seems dark. Thank you for being so honest, it must’ve been so hard.

  • Colin Stanway
    Colin Stanway vor 6 Monaten

    If you wanted someone to lay bare their soul, could you have a more profound example, utter respect x

  • Kylie Browne
    Kylie Browne vor 9 Monaten

    The pain in her eyes reaches out to the pain in mine when depression has me at my lowest.

  • Amanda Code
    Amanda Code vor 23 Stunden (bearbeitet)

    My fave song right now!! Brings back memories of when I was in crisis and past 33 years, prior to cutting contact with past abusers 7 years ago. Since, actively educating my self on narcissistic abuse, domestic violence, family abuse...The effects of this abuse...Breaking through the trauma bonding and spiritual stuff...Moving forward...healing through doing my own psychotherapy...focussing on natural things, for healing such as exercise, health etc. Most importantly, cutting contact. You can not heal in the same environment, surrounded by people that are hell bent on bringing you down, to make themselves look and feel better. Moving forward - TAKING CONTROL - the person that you want to be, not what someone else wants everyone to perceive you to be. Living your dream - or trying to anyhow. Thankyou Jess :) Love your new albulm... :)

  • Silly me
    Silly me vor 2 Monaten

    Even her crying to her own song. Imaging what she was thinking about, guess it's safe to say it tears me up inside I love Jess voice, vocals,attitude & Determination.

  • Rinah Rojo
    Rinah Rojo vor 2 Jahren

    this is a song I listened to when depression kicked in

  • grouch
    grouch vor 2 Monaten

    can we just have a minute of silence to realise that without the hardships we go through, we wouldn't be any different from one another and we wouldn't understand how empathize with people and achieve things we never dreamt possible

  • •abige _iru•
    •abige _iru• vor 4 Monaten

    The description of this song breaks my heart :"(