An incredibly delicious blend of aggressive synths, hypnotic strings, fierce rock & roll-esque vocals, and tasteful remix work all around, Don’t Save Me (Cyril Hahn Remix) is a beautiful sonic interpretation of the original by Haim.
Don’t Save Me is about giving “love” your all, or not giving it at all. It’s really quite simple you see. There are some strong souls out there that don’t have time to sit around and play games. They can’t be manipulated, they refuse to be strung along, and quite frankly my dear, they could truly give a damn about your selfish reasoning for things, especially “love”, because at the end of the day it’s really quite simple—you either truly love someone or you don’t. If you truly love someone then there is absolutely nothing you wouldn’t do for them, and, if they truly love you, then there is absolutely nothing that they will ask of you that you won’t like or be able to handle. They just won’t be that selfish.
So your new boyfriend doesn’t hold the door open for you and he doesn’t randomly text sweet nothings throughout the day when you least expect them. And, oh yea, he’s much “too cool” to call, or just “too cool” to surprise you with anything from time to time, or even show much emotion about anything remotely revolving your orbit. Well guess what? You don’t need a fucking book or a lame ass movie to know that he just isn’t that into you now do you? No. Haim takes charge and just let’s the logic reap out as strongly, as aggressively, and as straight forward as this Cyril Hahn rework does, and I’m all for it.
If you can’t hold on, then baby… Don’t save me.”
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