Who or what exactly does the singer and songwriter mean by his new single? The 38-year-old does not talk about his private life and does not go into the lyrics.
Pop musician Mark Forster (38, “Choirs”) describes his new song “Musketeers” as “extremely important” for him.
The melancholy ballad published on Friday states: «The earth is still too big for you. But not for who you will one day be. How long can I accompany you and share what I already have with you? ‘
«Of course the song deals with a very important topic for me. But it’s a bit difficult for me to talk about it, ”Forster told the German press agency. ‘Because since the first record I have set myself the goal of being as open as possible in my lyrics, but not to gossip about them.’
The 38-year-old keeps his private life out of the public eye and does not elaborate on the meaning of the lyrics. Forster does not elaborate on who the song is addressed to either.
In «Musketeers» it goes on: «You and us. Musketeers. Love and respect. Please be happy. ‘ The song is the harbinger of the album of the same name, which will be released in mid-August. ‘Despite all the closeness, this is an extremely important song that comes straight from my heart,’ explained the songwriter.