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Harry Styles - Fine Line

[Verse 1]
Put a price on emotion
I'm looking for something to buy
You've got my devotion
But man, I can hate you sometimes
I don't want to fight you
And I don't want to sleep in the dirt
We'll get the drinks in
So I'll get to thinking of her

We'll be a fine line
We'll be a fine line
We'll be a fine line
We'll be a fine line
We'll be a fine line
We'll be a fine line

[Verse 2]
Test of my patience
There's things that we'll never know
You sunshine, you temptress
My hand's at risk, I fold
Crisp trepidation
I'll try to shake this soon
Spreading you open
Is the only way of knowing you

Harry Styles closes his sophomore LP with its namesake, “Fine Line.” In the track, Harry touched on the need for balance between the highs and lows of love (and life in general), both of which are featured in previous songs on the album. Harry elaborated on the song’s significance to Capital FM: "'It was always gonna be the last song on the album. It felt like it described to me the process of making it and how the album felt in terms of the different kinds of songs on it.'" In an interview with Zane Lowe, Harry touched on the extremity of the emotions he experienced while writing Fine Line: "'What I hadn’t really experienced before during the making of this record, the times when I felt good and happy were the happiest I’ve ever felt in my life. And the times when I felt sad were the lowest that I’ve ever felt in my life.'" Harry’s voice is accompanied by several instruments; horns, piano, guitars and strings to create a crescendo that concludes the album. Rolling Stone quoted Harry explaining the sonic choice, saying: "'It started simple, but I wanted to have this big epic outro thing. And it just took shape as this thing where I thought, ‘That’s just like the music I want to make.’ I love strings, I love horns, I love harmonies — so why don’t we just put all of that in there?'"

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