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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 →
Explanation added by Lava_Divilia
And there is no one there, to dry your tears,
I could hold you for a million years
Good friends stick by your side theough the tough times, even if there is no one else to turn to, but her. Just trust the person who makes you feel okay and loved. This is a message to keep a life long love for friends and family. Even if you hate that person, they can comfort you through tough times. They all care about you except the people who had doubt of you. Make life perfect. Choose your own story, and be the person you are. Read more →
Explanation added by paige_elk
The vacancy that sat in my heart
Is a space that now you hold
When Justin put this into his song mirrors, he used it to say that he loved someone, using a creative way. Justin once had a "vacancy in his heart" which meant that he felt that he was missing love in his life. Now that he has met this girl she "now holds" the empty space in his heart, meaning that she has added love into his life.
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Explanation added by MangaPerson_
I can't choose, so confused
He isn't sure if he should choose basketball to become a professional basketball player, or choose theater to be with Gabriella. He wants both, but he knows he can't, and that's why he feels torn and confused about which one he truly wants. Read more →
Explanation added by booty
Let the storm rage on
She doesn't care what others think of her now so let the storm, meaning the outrage that occurred when she showed her powers, rage on.