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Wedding Bells Ring Again for Coldplay's Chris Martin

Wedding Bells Ring Again for Coldplay's Chris Martin

Coldplay frontman Chris Martin debuts new song “Wedding Bells” during an Apple Event on Wednesday (September 1) in San Francisco, Calif.

“It could go terribly wrong,” the 33-year-old joked before he took to the piano. “[The song] might not ever come out.”

“Wedding bells ringing up upon that hill / And I don’t wanna swallow such a bitter pill,” Chris crooned.

Check out Coldplay‘s “Wedding Bells” below!

Wedding Bells Ringing Again for Coldplay’s Chris Martin
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  • Rawwwr

    arrrrr i love chris martin so much

  • juniper

    I really like Chris Martin and I think he is a cool guy, although this song reminds me of Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Atlantic City’; maybe that was his inspiration.

  • Anon

    he’s hawt

  • commonsense

    He wasn’t thinking about wedding bells when he was nailing that anorexic Kate Bosworth.

  • Brabenatica

    @commonsense he had an affair with KB? WOW

  • QueenOfTrashin

    Had to turn it off. Couldn’t stand listening to someone that sounds like that are trying to take a s*h*i*t.

  • mailey

    romantic lyrics. gwynnie’s a lucky duck.

  • LondonT

    Lol, barely anyone can stand this wet here in his hometown. Stay in America buddy.

  • gen gen


    His arms? What the hell did he do damn he is looking RIPPED


    And that “Affair” with Kate Bosworth was a bunch of made up shit.

    …even if it wasnt can you blame him?…. look what he’s married to!

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