Published: 14:00, 30 April 2014 |
Updated: 17:46, 30 April 2014
Coldplay fans rushed to Dartford library this morning to look for a note penned by Chris Martin.
As part of promotion for their new album, Ghost Stories, the band hid hand-written lyrics from new songs in library books across the world.
In a statement, they said: "The band have decided to reveal the lyrics for all nine songs from the upcoming Ghost Stories album by hiding Chris’s handwritten lyric sheets in libraries worldwide.
“The lyrics will be hidden in ghost story books in libraries in nine countries, located across the planet."
Clue five, which related to the song Oceans, was revealed earlier this morning with a suggestion the note was hidden in Wuthering Heights at Dartford.
It read: "In the country's garden at the spooky library through the tunnel, where Keef's overdue, look for me, Cathy, oh come home."
The envelope in the Central Park tome has now been claimed but the person who found it has decided not to go public on their identity.
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