The sixth track on A Rush of Blood to the Head is a nice calm-down song from the urgency of the previous songs, Clocks and Daylight. Chris' vocals take precedence on this acoustic, which has very sweet and relaxing lyrics. Cos I came here with a load, and it feels so much lighter since I met you. And honey you should know that I could never go on without you. This was mine and first love's song. Fondest memory is we were maybe , I had made like a romantic bath for us with candles and music. And had this album playing. We just relaxed in the tub and when this song came on it was pure magic. She had green eyes and we had talked earlier about not having a "song". So we decided there to make this our song.
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Recording started after the band became popular worldwide with the release of their debut album Parachutes , and one of its singles in particular, " Yellow ". The album topped the UK Albums Chart upon its first week of release in the United Kingdom, and became the eighth biggest-selling album of the 21st century in the UK. The band started recording the album in London on 17 September , but later relocated to Liverpool , where they had recorded some of the songs on Parachutes. It kept us going and made us think we could still write songs", following "a strange period of not really knowing what we were doing" three months after the success of Parachutes. The band wrote more than twenty songs for the album and some of those, including "In My Place" and "Animals", were performed live during the tours promoting Parachutes. During initial recording sessions in Liverpool, lead singer Chris Martin and guitarist Jonny Buckland worked alone, and only on weekends. Each Monday, they would present the song ideas that they had developed to their bandmates. The band recognised that this early version of the song, that would become " Clocks ", was special the first time Martin played it to them.