- Interviewer: Harry, was Sweet Creature written about a specific person?
- Harry: *deep breath* um...in my opinion, I think most songs are written for one listener, in my personal opinion, in the way that I think, you know, people write books, they probably write them for one reader. and uhm...yeah I think it's a really amazing way of being able to say something to someone that, maybe they'll never know it's about them, maybe there's one thing in there that only they will know is about them. I think it's...you know like I said it's so much easier to say something in a song than it is to say it to someone. and I think it's...it's really amazing to be able to communicate through that and be able to wrap up everything you want to say in three and a half minutes and say it in a song.
- Interviewer: for lack of, not like, really wanting to analyze your art right, you kind of said without saying that this song is kind of about somebody right? You had a message that you were looking to convey. Who makes you feel at home?
- Harry: I think that's fair...I think that's a fair um...acknowledgement yeah
- Interviewer: So does this person know that the song is written about them?
- Harry: .....um...I actually don't know. I think the thing that's important to remember is it's not always necessarily...um...the first thing that you might think of but I obviously...would never...tell someone that what they thought was wrong. I think the best thing about music is that everyone can take away different things from stuff--
- Interviewer: different to every ear!
- Harry: --and that's not wrong, there's not really a wrong answer. I feel like a lot of my favourite songs that mean something to me, I'd be disappointed if someone told me they were about something else, it might ruin the song for me, so, uhm yeah I think Sweet Creature is definitely about one person but uh...yeah I think it's important to remember that there's many different types of things that it could be about you know a person...yeah you know what I mean? That an answer?
Do not ask me what on Earth my brain is doing but it has somehow grabbed hold of the thought "but if Asgard (the place since I guess there's a distinction) is gone, that means ASGARD'S LIBRARIES ARE ALL GONE" and now won't stop imagining Loki wanting to research something and being immensely frustrated because Midgard's libraries simply do not suffice in the least and what is this crap and everything in these books is all wrong THOR I WANT MY BOOKS BACK. I. Don't know why I'm telling you this :)