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Meaning added by Amanda Phillips
Ok I've recently just even stared listening to the weekend. I noticed his song earned it for the fifty shades of grey soundtrack. In my opinion he mentions shame maybe its shame because he doesn't have the guts to tell the girl be left at home he doesn't love her anymore that's a given but it feels like hes possibly got another female and he likes the way she dances so its possibly a dancer/stripper due to he tells her to look at all this cash. I'm not really sure because when he tells her to dance he says bring you down another level got you dancing with the devil some kind of addiction. We regret to the devil as its your sin or addiction you fight with. Because he tells the girl bring her love he can bring his shame would mean something like hes ashamed because he never say he broke up w his girl just he left her at home so the shame could be he can't tell her yet he still with her when he has an attraction to another female who hes apparently telling her to come on dance w the devil, because he told her he left his girl at he. And hes becoming well known so he could get her nogived hes basically trying to tempt the other girl to sleep him and feeling guilty because of his GF he can't tell hes not into anymore. Read more →
Beatles – Hey Jude
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Meaning added by Oliviaaaa
Paul wrote this song for Julian Lennon, John's son, after Julian's parents decided they were going to get a divorce. It was a comfort song to make Julian feel better. Lennon was already with Yoko Ono during the time of the divorce with his first wife, so Julian was most likely having an even harder time that his dad moved on so quickly. Read more →
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Explanation added by NoNoNo
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Hold back the river
Hold back the Rivers is a metaphor for tears, basically its trying to say stop crying let me look in your eyes.

It can also mean she is crying a large amount of water so much it is like a large riv
er.

So hold back the river let me look in your eyes means Hold back your tears, stop crying, and let me look in your eyes clearly.
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Explanation added by NoNoNo
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Hold back the river
Hold back the Rivers is a metaphor for tears, basically its trying to say stop crying let me look in your eyes.

It can also mean she is crying a large amount of water so much it is like a large riv
er.

So hold back the river let me look in your eyes means Hold back your tears, stop crying, and let me look in your eyes clearly.
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Rihanna – Umbrella
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Explanation added by Chey_chey808
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Told you I'll be here forever
Said I'll always be your friend
Took an oath imma stick it out 'till the end
Rihanna is saying she'll be his friend forever and will be there for him no matter what. She made an oath and intends on being there til the very end. She's saying no matter what they will be friends and nothing will change that. Read more →
Sia – Chandelier
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Explanation added by Sweetiedog34
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I'm gonna swing from the chandelier,
From the chandelier
I'm gonna live like tomorrow doesn't exist
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Although this could mean being childish and party drunky, I also think there is a part of her that wants to commit suicide. She could swing by her neck on the chandelier. If you have seen the video she seems very poor and the dancer is a child that could not possibly drink (without it being illegal). This is just my opinion. Living like tomorrow doesn't exist means she is going to try to make the most of every day because, again referencing to the suicide plot, any day could be her last. Read more →
Taylor Swift – Style
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Explanation added by AnonymousLyricer
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You got that James Dean daydream look in your eye
It means that he has eyes like James Dean (pictured), which she finds cute.
Exo – Growl
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Explanation added by werwolf07
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Jaldeureo)
잘 들어- Jaldeureo - definition listen carefully - trying to say listen or else sort of way instead of "listen or you will fail the math test" way, because he is warning whoever he is trying to speak to not like some nice little talk with some nice, young girl, who is kind and generous.
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Explanation added by SongBird101
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And we found love right where we are
Right in there, right that moment, he realized, "this must be love." To be able to feel this way right when you meet someone is amazing.
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Explanation added by LilSolomonVevo
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Buyin' happy from shopping carts
This means that he is buying drugs to make him happier and help him to not feel depressed. The "shopping carts" represent the person/ place that is selling the drugs and the "happy" represents the drugs.
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Explanation added by ROCKYxROLLER
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Sun, sun, sun, here it comes...
Sun, sun, sun, here it comes...
Sun, sun, sun, here it comes...
Sun, sun, sun, here it c
omes...
Sun, sun, sun, here it comes
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The artist is saying that you should have hope for the future even if the present sort of sucks.
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Explanation added by ROCKYxROLLER
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That I don't have a gun
Kurt is saying be yourself and h won't metaphorically speaking shoot you down for who you are.
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Explanation added by lakeishajames81
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You're not alone
Together we stand
I'll be by your side
You know I'll take your hand
Someone is upset that something bad is going to happen to them and Avril is there to comfort them. I presume that it is someone who is dying or ill (cancer) and there near the end of there days and they feel as if they are alone and have nobody to help them in their last hours and Avril is trying to comfort them by saying "Your not alone". Read more →
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Explanation added by kloves1dalot
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I'm gonna paint you by numbers
And colour you in
If things go right we can frame it and put you on a wall
Basically it means that he's going to try to paint an image with her, meaning he wants to be with her and if it goes right he can always be with her.
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Explanation added by HayleyXOXO
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Amen. Amen. Amen
"Amen. Amen. Amen" repeated three times is very significant in this song, because three is a powerful number when it comes to Christianity. The repetition of "Amen" three times parallels most with Peter's denial of Jesus, since he denied him three times, and that the Church is trying to denounce his sins from him. This parallels perfectly because the return interpretation can work as well: Peter also affirmed his face three times as well, and his past self both denied his homosexuality and accepted it - the exact same order Peter did (denial, but acceptance afterward). Read more →