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Explanation added by GGc
And will we ever end up together?
no, I think not, it's never to become
For I am not the one
At this point in the song, Sally questions if Jack will notice her or not and even thinks that due to the dangers of Christmas, Jack will possibly be destroyed and he will never love her back. But to add to that, Sally begins to lose hope for her feelings towards him and feels that he never loved her at all in the first place. Read more →
Explanation added by BeautifulMusic
Nothing to prove and I'm bulletproof and
Know what I'm doing
The way we're movin' like introducing
Us to a new thing
I w
anna savor, save it for later
To taste the flavor, cause I'm a taker
Cause I'm a giver, it's only nature
I live for danger
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She's saying she feels powerful because by him loving her he transmits this energy that makes her feel invincible and a bit "dangerous" because she feels like she has all this strength and courage.
The song is about her wanting to move fast with the relationships but it afraid of going too fast that the other person will not be interested anymore. She hates that she keeps bringing up the future when the other person may not be ready for that. For example when she says "Should've never said the word 'love', threw a toaster in the bath tub." This shows that she regrets going to fast in the relationship and saying I love you when the other person may have not have been ready for that. She also doesn't like hiding all her feelings and wants to move fast like when she says " I'm tired of being careful, tip toe, trying to keep the water warm." This is a metaphor for her being tired of holding back her fast forward feelings to keep the relationship steady and avoid conflict, bu as the song goes "Guess i better wash my mouth out with Soap, God I wish I never spoke now I got to wash my mouth out with Soap." She knows its wrong and not what the other person wants. Read more →
Freestyle – This Time
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Meaning added by moodynanan
This song is very special to me. Whenever it plays by the band or even in the radio, my memories on him are flashing back. I love to reminisce all the things that we've shared and I laugh to all the crazy things that I've done for him and for my love to him. The saddest part of it is just, he never realized my worth, my effort and my love to him. For four years that I've tried to be in his world, I got tired and one day I realized that life is too short to make my life miserable to a person who doesn't know my worth. It was never easy to cope-up when I gave him my world. I thought I will not be able to fixed myself when I decided to permanent leave my world with him, but I was wrong. I had my peace and happiness without his shadow. Yes, I was pained, but I was proud to say that the pain is really worth it. I am grateful that I have surpassed a teats of life and won the battle on my own. I will never forget the lesson when I drowned myself crying because of him that air is I need to breath and blood is all I need to pump my heart. It's very cliche, but when you're trouble and pained because of love, you'll be literally crazy. Read more →
Meaning added by EldoTreggs
All song lyrics are what you make of them as it relates to your life. This song can be taken many ways, but it seems pretty clear that it's a battle inside your mind over fighting a drug addiction. Neither side is sacred, no one wants to win. If you're on drugs, you have good people and bad people in your life. You don't see it that way, but there's a clear divide. The grass is always greener on the other side. If you're on it, you want to be off. If you're off it, you likely miss it. You're the fog that keeps me clear. That's how you feel when you're on it. "You're the reason I feel pain, feels so good to feel again." This line represents angst and shame of being addicted, or the pain you feel when you get off it, cause you get yourself back, no longer numb, you feel grateful to feel anything, especially pain. Addiction is about killing the pain. Get rid of the addiction and you face the pain on your own. And it's worth it. It feels good to feel again. Read more →
Rihanna – Work
Editors choice
Rihanna is singing about her lover and how she will love him and how she would like him to love her back. The song is beautiful and really it's not about how it sounds it's about the message hidden in between right? Well at least it is in my opinion! The lyrics are flawless (by that I mean the meaning of the lyrics)! Rihanna has better songs I know that for sure but is a pretty good on I believe and I know that a lot of people don't agree but those people need to read farther between the lines or try to make sense of the ones on the lines! Like one of he lines is say that she will never neglect him even he does something to deserve it and another says that don't leave her alone when she needs him the most! All in all this song speaks to me in a positive way towards relationships like that one that she's in, in the song (please like if you agree with me #StopTheWorkHate) thank you for your precious time ladies and gentlemen (boys and girls if you're out there). Read more →
Prince – Purple Rain
Editors choice
I see this as a man who wants to love a complicated woman. He is saying to her, I want to love you in the good times and in the bad. I want to love you and make you happy. That's all I ever wanted. I don't care for all the other material things, I don't care for the classical definition of love. I want our story to be unique. Purple Rain is Prince's way of declaring his love for Vanity. He wanted to show Vanity that he wasn't like other guys and that he wanted to make her laugh, to smile, to dance in the rain. He wanted her to see that he was going to do whatever it took to convince her of that. But, as the relationship began to fall apart, he realized that he couldn't do anymore. So he's telling her, that no matter what happened, he just wanted to see her happy and was wishing her the best. Read more →
I feel that this song is about a couple that was once very strong and ended off on a bad note. He feels emptiness and regret now that the girl left him. He realized how much he loved his girl and would do anything to have her back in his life. I have NEVER been in a relationship but from listening to this song, this is the message I get out of it. Great song Adam! Read more →
Explanation added by anmiapbl4e
I got sunshine, in a bag
"Sunshine in a bag" is from a Clint Eastwood movie (hence the name of the song). The phrase is used to mean a bag of gold or money. In the context of the song, he has just earned or found a large sum of money. He once was useless and with the money, he believes he can become useful. When he sings "I ain't happy, I'm feeling glad", it most likely is referring to depression. He is still depressed, even with the money, he now feels a little more hopeful and like "the future is coming on." Read more →