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Coldplay Conspiracy?

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I know a few other Lostpedians have made the connection due to some signatures I've seen on the forums but I thought I'd bring it up anyway. Im a Coldplay fan and was recently listening to their album Viva La Vida. There are a few interesting sonds on there. The most notable ones are "42" "Lost" and "Viva La Vida"

"42" totaly seems like it could be talking about Hurley. The lyrics go "those who are dead are not dead they're just livin' in my head" This seems like a connection to Hurley's ability to chat with dead people. But the lyrics go on to say "...livin in my head, and scince I fell for that spell I am livin there as well." Almost as if Hurley really is in a coma in Santa Rosa but was purosely put in a coma by someone.

"Lost" really doesn't have any significance outside of the title, although there may be a vauge hint to time travel in there "Im just waiting 'till the shine wears off" the lyrics go.

Lastly, there is "Viva La Vida" which sounds like it could be about Ben after turning the wheel, some have also said it could be attributed to Widmore. Its about someone who had a position of power and lost it all. "I used to rule the world, seas would rise when I gave the world, now I sleep alone, sweep the streets I used to own." There is another interesting line in there "Not an honest word, but that was when I ruled the world" Not honest? Sounds like Ben

Anyway, I know this is all coincidence and Coldplay isn't really involved in some uber-complex Lost conspiracy but I thought it was all pretty interesting and worth sharing. All the people out there who listen to Coldplay probably know what Im talking about.

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