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    Default couldn't be much more from the heart

    Hi,
    I can't understand two lines in one song - "Nothing else matters" by Metallica. Could you please explain what they mean?
    The first one is next "couldn't be much more from the heart".
    And second one is "forever trusting who we are".
    Full verse as follows:
    So close no matter how far
    couldn't be much more from the heart
    forever trusting who we are
    and nothing else matters
    I hope, my question is not absolutely stupid :)

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    Default Re: couldn't be much more from the heart

    I think the first means that the singer couldn't have any stronger feelings than he does, and the second is about having faith in themselves.

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    Default Re: couldn't be much more from the heart

    Tdol, thank you.

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