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    Coldplay's Oracle on the merch stands and kiddies' t-shirts

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    May 6, 2009 - submitted by Kimberley, Canada

    Q. Dearest Oracle, Help me please...my 4 year old daughter is a huge fan of Coldplay, ( so am I, as it was my frequent listening to them at home that got her into them) and she has requested a t-shirt when I go see Coldplay in concert. They don't seem to have kiddo clothes...or do they? I don't want to disappoint my daughter...and by the way her favorite song and video is The Scientist. Thanks for your help!

    The Oracle replies:

    There was a time when the online shop had a few children's sized t-shirts but you won't find any at the merch stands at shows. They usually cost much more than adult shirts, so it didn't seem to be a very viable option.

    May 6, 2009 - submitted by Matt, United States of America

    Q. Did Coldplay really have to learn to play "The Scientist" backward for the music video?

    The Oracle replies:

    The band didn't have to play any music backwards for the video. However, the reverse video did require Chris to lip synch backwards. It took him around a month to learn it and on the day of the shoot there were boards with the lyrics written on, just in case.


    May 6, 2009 - submitted by Lulu, United States of America

    Q. Dear Oracle, Can you fall in love, then fall out of love but still want to be with this person? Is it okay to still be together if one person feels stronger about the other than this other does for them, even though this other does still love the other? I love this guy, but I don't know if I'm still "in love." I think that I was, but now I'm not so sure. He still loves me like he did when we started dating, but now he's more my best friend than a boyfriend, though we are still going out. It worries me. And I still do love him, too. So can you fall out of love, yet still love?

    The Oracle replies:

    I believe you absolutely can. Sometimes people use the term 'in love' and perhaps don't realize that actually the intoxicating feeling is the first throes of a new relationship. This feeling can pass, usually within the first 2 years and when it goes, people assume that they don't love the person as much. It might have been replaced with a deeper, truer love. It's hard to guess as love can feel like a rollercoaster ride. You can feel in love one day and the intense feelings can pass another. But they can come and go, so you may feel them again. If you do find that you just want to be friends and that's the only feeling you have, it'd be kinder in the long run to walk away, but take care to explore your feelings.




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