Listen to “Still Falling For You” by Ellie Goulding from ‘Bridget Jone’s Baby’ OST

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The popular movie series gets an extension with the upcoming release of ‘Bridget Jone’s Baby,’ as Bridget Jones enters her 40s. More than the plot to the movie, we are more interested on the movie soundtrack-like always. This time around we have a special treat for you by Ellie Goulding. The movie is set out to hit the theaters on 16 September 2016 and we have the first look at it’s soundtrack. It’s “Still Falling For You” by Ellie Goulding.

“Still Falling For You” has a completely different tune than to most of the music we listen today. The track reminded me of Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’ album, because somehow the song reminds me of a mix of “Style“, “All You Had To Do Was Stay” and “I Wish You Would.” To say the least, the song reminds me of the music from ‘1989’ album and you can disagree in the comments below.

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The lyrics to the song are pretty simple and straightforward.

Beautiful mind
Your heart got a story with mine
Your heart got me hurting at times
Your heart gave me new kind of highs
Your heart got me feeling so fine
So what to do
Still falling for you
Still falling for you

It took us a while
With every breath a new day
With love on the line
We’ve had our share of mistakes
But all your flaws and scars are mine
Still falling for you
Still falling for you

The “Love Me Like You Do” star has changed pace from her usual style for ‘Bridget Jone’s Baby’ soundtrack and it’s quite refreshing.

We don’t know for sure, but the following tweet by Ellie Goulding could be hinting at a possible music video for “Still Falling For You.”

So keep your fingers crossed and keep hitting that repeat button on your media player. We’ve already fallen in love with this song.

But we would love to hear from you, so make sure to comment below.

Update: watch the official music video below