Coldplay Played A New Song (That They Will Never Play Again) In Support Of Houston

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Coldplay is not a country band, but they wrote a country inspired song to honor and support everyone affected by Hurricane Harvey. Before they started to play the song, frontman Chris Martins said, “This is a new song and we’ll never play it again. It’s a once-off called ‘Houston.'”

Coldplay debuted the song in Miami, hoping that fans would send the song to Houston, a city that may not host an arena concert for a long time.

I am dreaming of when I get back to Houston/ I am dreaming of that fair and special place/ I am dreaming of when when Houston has no problems/ In that city where they sent you into space

I am dreaming of when I get back to Texas/ Corpus Christi, Harris County, Galveston/ There’s a harmony that hums down there in Houston/ Oh, Houston, you’ve got to keep on keepin’ on

From Miami we are sending love to Houston/ We are praying that you make it through the rain/ Nothing’s gonna break the will of Houston/ Oh and we can’t wait to go down there again

I am dreaming of when I get back to Texas/ Corpus Christi, Harris County, Galveston/ There’s a harmony that hums down there in Houston/ Oh, Houston, you’ve got to keep on keepin’ on