Has Adam Lambert Healed His Heart In ‘Broken?’

Is Adam returning to happiness?

If you've never listened to the lyrics of Mr Lambert's most recent hit 'Ghost Town', they're pretty haunting, pun intended.

 

Died last night in my dreams
Walking the streets
Of some old ghost town
I tried to believe
In God and James Dean
But Hollywood sold out
Saw all of the saints
Lock up the gates
I could not enter
Walked into the flames
Called out your name
But there was no answer
And now I know my heart is a ghost town
 
 
In an interview last year May, he shared what he was trying to project with the 'Ghost Town' release. 

 

 

 

 

When you're down that low, the only way is up!  Has Adam turned that corner with his new vocals in 'Broken?'  Well the name itself doesn't sound that promising, but his collaboration with Tritinal & Jenaux does provide us with some hope for Adam's heart. Here's the lyrical video for the new release.

 

 

 

Now we don't have an interview about 'Broken' to see if it is Adam telling us his heart is on the mend and he's no longer … well … broken, but I think we can say it seems he's on the mend and forgetting about most of the heartache.

What do you think of this new song? 

Does it have that sound that will make it on the radio? 

Or will it be one of our Adam Lambert songs we must purchase to hear and enjoy on our own?

 

6 thoughts on “Has Adam Lambert Healed His Heart In ‘Broken?’”

  1. Now we don’t have an

    Now we don't have an interview about 'Broken' to see if it is Adam telling us his heart is on the mend and he's no longer … well … broken, but I think we can say it seems he's on the mend and forgetting about most of the heartache.

    What is this teenage crap? Get a grip, guys.

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  2. I stopped listening to the

    I stopped listening to the radio… Cars now have a direct connection to my smart phone allowing me to play my song list which includes Adam Lambert music.  Therefore, Broken will be Listen to and sometimes on repeat. smiley

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  3. I don’t listen to the radio

    I don't listen to the radio anymore?  Why should we?  it's not the best songs or best performers, it's quirky.  And some artists have 16 straight top 10 or #1 hits?  Yeah, right.  Adam should be the biggest star in the world, but not in this world of mediocrity in music.  I will listen to whatever he puts out whenever I can.  He is the best.

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  4. They’re LYRICS.  Doesn’t

    They're LYRICS.  Doesn't necessarily reflect his real life   His real life is a lot different from his professional life. Who in his position wouldn't try to shield his private life   Very intelligent move on his part. 

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  5. I absolutely love it! But I

    I absolutely love it! But I've given up trying to predict which songs & which artists make it on radio – I dont think quality has anything to do with it & I'm not sure what does TBH. 🙂 But this track is definitely making a noise at clubs so really dont give a rats patootie about radio.

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