One Direction released a massive 109 songs over their five years as a band. The group’s five albums yielded an incredible four number-one singles in the UK Singles Chart, but only a handful really made a mark on the band themselves. Harry has since revealed which unassuming track he favoured over the rest.
Harry might have chosen one of the band’s iconic number ones – such as Drag Me Day, Little Things, or One Way or Another – but instead, he chose an album track.
When asked what his favourite song was, he replied: “I really like Heart Attack.” (Via MTV) Heart Attack is straight off One Direction’s second studio album, Take Me Home. The 2012 song was never released as a single for the British group, but it is one of their more adult tunes.
Heart Attack tells of forbidden love or jealousy within a relationship. Harry himself begins the song with the line: “Baby you got me sick / I don’t know what I did / Need to take a break and figure it out, yeah / Got your voice in my head / Sayin’ let’s just be friends / Can’t believe the words came out of your mouth, yeah.”
The Marvel star went on to explain why he holds the song in such high regard.
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1D released Midnight Memories on November 25, 2013. Although they dropped four singles from the record – including Best Song Ever, Story of my Life and You & I – they did not release Harry’s favourite. He told Entertainment Weekly that the best track for him was Happily.
Happily was a large part of the Where We Are Tour setlist, as well as On The Road Again Tour. However, it was later replaced by Stockholm Syndrome – a track from the band’s fourth album, Four.