Song of the Day #3,536: ’10’ – Elouiz

Elouiz is a Swedish singer whose website and Instagram profile both go to broken pages, despite being linked from her recently-updated Facebook page. It really shouldn’t be that hard for an aspiring musical artist to maintain a robust web presence. Even if you can’t afford to pay somebody, just dedicate an hour or two of your own time and you’re in business.

’10’ is a song about finding hope amid despair. Its video depicts a young woman (portrayed by Elouiz, I presume) contemplating suicide but ultimately choosing life. The “you” referenced throughout could be a romantic partner, a friend or family member, or even god.

I want to believe
I can be more than what I see
Don’t wanna hurt no more
Wanna hurt no more

I’m able to breathe
Swept in the thoughts of you and me
You’ve opened up the door
Opened up the door

I’ve stumbled before
But never landed on my feet
How can I know
That every heartbreak took a piece?

Heartbreak stole nine lives
I had one left to keep me alive
And I saved the last for you
Saved the last for you

Too many times
I overlooked the guiding lines
It’s hard to define
Hard to tell the wrongs from right
I swallowed the lies
And died a little more each time
Until I found you
Lucky I found you

Don’t wanna stumble again
I know you’d catch me if I fell
Hold on ’til the end
‘Cause I know I can’t save myself

Heartbreak stole nine lives
I had one left to keep me alive
And I saved the last for you

Heartbreak stole nine lives
I had one left to keep me alive
And I saved the last for you

Heartbreak stole nine lives
I had one left to keep me alive
And I saved the last for you

(Saved the last for you)
Saved the last for you
(Saved the last for you)
Saved the last for you
(Saved the last for you)
Saved the last for you
And I saved the last for you
Saved the last for you

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2 thoughts on “Song of the Day #3,536: ’10’ – Elouiz

  1. Dana Gallup says:

    Given the presence of the girl in the video, maybe the “you” is a daughter?

    Sounds like this is another artist who needs the Meet in Montauk social media agency.😊

  2. Peg Clifton says:

    I agree with Dana maybe a daughter, pretty voice

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