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Members of the pop group One Direction pose for photographers at the Capital Summertime Ball at Wembley Stadium in London, June 6, 2015. Reuters/Neil Hall

One Direction released their latest song “End of the Day” Monday, where Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan and Liam Payne sing about love. The quartet released the song after they wrapped up their tour in Sheffield, England, last month and announced that they will go on a long hiatus.

“All I know at the end of the day, is you want what you want, and you say what you say, and you follow your heart even though it’ll break sometimes,” the boys sing. "You're the one I want at the end of the day."

More than the song, it is Tomlinson's high note in the track which has fired up his fans on Twitter. Some of the fans have expressed their surprise on the singer's ability to sing in such manner while others are happy to hear it. “Who else was caused emotional pain by Mr. Tomlinson's high note??? ‪#EndOfTheDay,” writes one Twitter user.

Some of the fans are also joking that they “had to wait for five years” to hear him sing on a high note.

“End of the Day” is from One Direction's upcoming album, “Made in the A.M.,” which drops Friday. Prior to this, the band also released another song -- “History” -- touted as their farewell song to former band member Zayn Malik. However, in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly (EW), Tomlinson said there is more to the song than Malik's reference.

“People are always going to read into that kind of thing, but actually, conceptually, ‘History’ is more about the relationship as a whole, you know? As a band,” Tomlinson told EW. “We’ve all been through this together, and we’ll never forget it. But also we’ve been in this relationship with the fans and that’s…that’s kind of as far as it goes.”