Album: Live 2003 (2003)
  • Lead singer Chris Martin wrote this for his wife-at-the-time, actress Gwyneth Paltrow. In the song, he is expressing how much of an impact she has had on his life and telling her that she knows she can count on him. Martin and Paltrow uncoupled in 2014. >>
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    David - Huntington Beach, CA
  • Chris Martin: "This is a song about falling in love with the most beautiful woman in the world." >>
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    Nick - Bridgeton, ME
  • In 2006, Paltrow and Martin chose "Moses" as the name for their second child.
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Comments: 5

  • Kaley from Calgary, Abthey named their son after this.
    i think that is pretty much the cutest thing EVER.
    their relationship is so amazing, just living like a normal couple would, even though chris is away a lot, and they definitely don't let their fame get to their heads. they don't even like to be photographed together! (understandably) they have the ideal relationship, even though both of them have admitted that they have problems, but they work them out like a real-life couple.
    also, their kids are ADORABLE :)
  • Maggie from Concord, Ncthe are the best match ever. it most be very hard for both of them because of the pictures and and being sooooooooooooo famous . i love love love love love love coldplay chris is hawt and so is the guy that i like at school ter her gooooo chris martin
  • Jessica from Bloomfield , NjThey seem like they are a celebrity couple that truly love each other. They're very private and I like that. I hope they really are together forever. <3
  • Peter from Montrose, DcChris and Gwyneth named their son Moses... weird huh?
  • Christi from Atlanta, GaThe line, "If the sky's going to fall down, let it fall on me, If you're going to break down you can break on me" was written at a time when Gwyneth Paltrow's father had died suddenly and Chris Martin was trying to help her through it.
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