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Explanation added by @maimaitabs
Just smile for me and let the day begin
It seems like no matter what you're going through in life, no matter the uncertainty, you are ready to face anything by only seeing the one you love, and when they smile at you it's like you're ready to conquer the world. Read more →
Explanation added by Anymous
Cause I just wanna look good for you, good for you
I just wanna look good for you, good for you
Let me show you how prou
d I am to be yours
Leave this dress a mess on the floor
And still look good for you, good for you
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Meaning added by AranaShanna
"Marry Your Daughter" by Brian McKnight is a great song and a song that has a great meaning. Brian is singing to the father of the girl he is gonna marry, he is asking if he can marry the father's daughter. On the first stanza "Sir I'm a bit nervous 'bout being here today, still not real sure what I'm going to say, so bare with me please if I take up too much of your time, See in this box is a ring for your oldest, she's my everything and all that I know is, it would be such a relief if I knew that we were on the same side" which means that Brian is talking to the father of the girl he is gonna marry. He brought a box with a ring for the oldest daughter of the father. And very soon he is hoping that he can marry his daughter. Thank you very much, God bless everyone who read this, and reply if there are some autocorrect. Thank you again to you. Once again, I'm AranaShanna and I'm ten years old and I love Lyricsmode.com. Read more →
Explanation added by Zonix
From the ancient Greek language, it means a circular symbol depicting a snake, or less commonly a dragon, swallowing its tail, as an emblem of wholeness or infinity. This symbol has been found in many cultures, and it represents the perpetual cyclic renewal of life. Alchemist saw it as very important.
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SNSD – Flower Power
Editors choice
Explanation added by Acchan1
Daremo ga butterfly butta spider
It means "Everyone's a spider disguised as a butterfly".
This means that in reality everyone is hiding their true colors. Everyone has the ability to be as pretty as a butterfly but this also means that they can be a
s ugly or frightening as a spider. So basically it means to watch your back because you don't know who to trust in this world. Read more →
Explanation added by JK Gabica Cafe
You'll never know what went well
Then again it just depends on
How long of time is left for you
You will never knew the good or bad things happened in your life, all that matters is the time that is left for your life you have. And all you can do is correct them if it is bad and continue it if it is good.
Eminem – The Monster
Editors choice
Explanation added by Innate Thought
I wanted the fame, but not the cover of Newsweek
In this phrase I consider it to imply:
I sought to find my deeper passions and share their deeper messages, but the Fan(atics) converted it into something super special, which is a part of me continuing in my growth s
o I guess beggers can't be choosey. I really wanted everyone to hear the beautiful message and got lost in my motives and intention. Soon my focus lost I found I was no longer focused on my messages but lost in that I had messages to TEACH. Fame mad me balloon cause my ego inflated.
He continues to exemplify the meaning with the next part for when it began to come clear it got more confusing. For in his efforts to be strong in the ability to convey a deep meaningful message it also he SAW could be misused if he lost his focus. He realized that he must abandon his aspirations of being so grandious and return to the focus. In a backwards world Eminem found how to reverse polarity and use those very aspects he so desired to part from. The Monster we all are inside. Rihanna complements this with the chorus that supports it; as I have explained.
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Fantasy is not a crime
Find your castle in the sky
The part "Fantasy is not a crime" of the lyrics of this song say that fantasy is not an bad thing. Fantasy make part of every human, and is not an terrible thing, and much less an crime.

The part "Find your castle
in the sky" say to you find you real creativity and to not be pushed back or give up while you try to find it.

This two parts united literally say the following:
"Fantasy is not an bad thing. Fantasy is part of everyone and everything. So, find you pre creativity and imagination without the worry of it be a bad thing."
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"Cartouche" was a French bandit who was executed in the early 18th century. It's said that he was living with his thieves in the forests around Paris, and he made himself a name by not only robbing people, but also entertaining them while doing so. So he became quite popular among peasants and nobles as well - although the authorities went after him (of course). It's said Cartouche believed his deeds would seen be less "negative" when he makes those laugh who'd otherwise be scared (who wouldn't be scared if being robbed?). Nonetheless his execution was very cruel - the executioner got a so-called "Retentum" too late (a Retentum is a secret agreement that the delinquent gets killed within the torture before he has to face the true agony). The song "Cartouche" implies the feeling (within me at least) that the spirit of this famous bandit still lingers around in the old places he used to live when he was alive - not caring that Paris grew a lot during the last centuries; for him most places probably still are the forest: When you step on a staircase leading to a modern building you see "the caramel-colored leaves" that can't bee there because there is no tree nearby; from the corner of your eyes you might see something like a card-trick, but when you look - nothing is there. A street-performancer somewhere on a public place is doing magic-tricks where he lets rings re- and disappear within and from his empty hands - and his actions honor Cartouche who probably did that to entertain his "Victims"; and on the street-corner, where wandering storytellers used to play Puppets ("Stories carved out of wood") while telling awesome stories of how Cartouche robbed the Nobleman you might see another performancer today, maybe not telling stories, but juggling or doing pantomime - but for split-seconds you see Cartouche's smile in the corners of his mouth. Like Robin Hood is still somewhat alive in Sherwood Forest and Nottingham - Cartouche is probably still there in France, too. Read more →
Explanation added by MyLittleStoner
Well they're never gonna get me
And like a bullet through a flock of doves
To wage this war against your faith in me
The protagonist attempts to flee the scene, but is implied to have been arrested regardless.