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dodie – She lyrics
[Verse 1]
Am I allowed to look at her like that?
Could it be wrong, when she's just so nice to look at?

[Chorus]
She smells like lemongrass and sleep
She tastes like apple juice and peach
You would find her in a Polaroid picture
And she means everything to me
Oh

[Verse 2]
I'd never tell
No, I'd never say a word

And oh, it aches
But it feels oddly good to hurt


[Chorus]
She smells like lemongrass and sleep
She tastes like apple juice and peach
You would find her in a Polaroid picture
And she means everything to me

[Bridge]
Oh
(Oh, oh)
Oh
Oh
(Oh, oh)
Oh
And I'll be okay
Admiring from afar
'Cause even when she's next to me
We could not be more far apart

'Cause she tastes like birthday cake and storytime and fall
But to her
I taste of nothing at all


[Chorus]
'Cause she smells like lemongrass and sleep
She tastes like apple juice and peach
You would find her in a Polaroid picture
And she means everything to me
Yes, she means everything to me
She means everything to me
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    I’ve been secretly in love with my straight best friend for years and this song speaks to me in a way no other song has. Especially the line “but to her, I taste of nothing at all” because no matter how much she cares for me, or how close we are, she’ll never be able to love me in the same way. Also the tone of the song, longing and loving but not bitter, is exactly how I feel. It hurts sometimes, but I’m so grateful to have her in my life, and for the relationship that we already have that “I’ll be ok admiring from afar”. And lastly, “I’d never tell, No, I’d never say a word” because I love her too much to burden her with a love she can’t return. I’ll break my own heart every day just to see her happy because “oh, it aches, but it feels oddly good to hurt”.
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    I think it's about a girl who falls in love with another girl, and this song is about her admiring that girl, and it literally says, "Admiring from afar.", but the other girl isn't in love with the singer, so, as I said earlier, the singer is admiring from afar.
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    This song is definitely about a girl who likes another girl but that girl will never feel the same way. The girl knows her crush will never feel the same. Unfortunately i relate and many others can too, this song just expresses it in such a way that’s so relatable. Sigh.
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    I believe this song is about exploring ones sexuality (in this case wlw) and accepting as well as having feelings for a girl who Is unable to reciprocate them. "is ir ok to look at her like that? I know its wrong..." is an example of the artist exploring her feelings towards girls, and possibly feeling guilty for a "sin" (put in quotes bc screw you homophobes). "but to her, I taste of nothing at all" shows that the girl obviously isn't interested, or that she enjoys..... male company...
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    I kind of facepalmed at that. Its not about a guy, he isn't included in the story. Its about two girls. It's a lesbian love song. Except the other girl {The one the singer likes} doesn't like her back. Maybe has another significant other, or is just asexual. That's why she's staring from afar.
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    This song reminds me of how I'm pan sexual and have a crush on my best friend, who's a girl. It's definitely about lesbian love, but one of the things that this song has is making you realize your true colors. A lot of people can relate to this. One girl likes another, yet the other girl doesn't like her back. 'but to her, i taste of nothing at all' is the proof. I bet you this is the lesbian song of the future. It a song that expresses who we are, and we know it straight away. Kids {Like me} who have listened to this straight away know who they are. This helped me realize who I am. If I could talk to dodie, I'd thank her for this song. It's really important we know who we are. Dodie will be the voice of our time. Soft, sweet, calm, meaningful and relaxing. It spurts your true colors. It says words you relate to. It revels who you are. This song has a meaningful meaning, a soft push on your life path, and a push on your heart to make you realize who you are! Thank you dodie for this song..P.s some might relate to the 'she doesn't love me back' sentence. I do to. But that's ok :)
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    This song is so relatable and makes me feel so sad and bitter. I know that when my female friends smile at me it's not the same way I smile at them. I think this song is about her feelings for another girl who doesn't return those feelings. And when she says "Am I allowed to look at her like that" she might be pondering if feelings for the same gender is wrong (which it isn't).
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    I have liked a lot of straight girls in the past, and that has slowly torn me apart. They will never like me the same, becasue I am different and not straight. The line, "and I'll be ok admiring from afar" I realte to also becuase as I mentioned I like a girl but she won't like me back. I drove myslef off the wall trying to not show my feelings but whenever she texted I smiled. Whenever I saw her notifaction I laughed. When she said something funny like her fav ice cream flaovr is Zuchini Bread (I didn't even know that was a flavor) but she doesn't like me back and never will. Also the line, "And she tastes like storytime and birthday cake and fall but to her I taste of nothign at all" I love that line the most because that is the line that probaly represents me the most. I feel bad for making her mad and I don't like that were not even speaking, not even as friends. Anyways thanks for taking the time to hear me rant about my crush. Have a good day people
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    The song truly symbolizes what a girl feels when she falls in love with her best friend. Having fallen for my best friend of so many years and hoping I could someday just kiss her, but in reality, she's just a straight girl who wants nothing to do with you. This song is just beautiful!! and so deep. All praise to Dodie for making this wonderful masterpiece, which summarizes all I want to say in a song.
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    this song reminds me of my ex gf she said this was our song.. and when she ghisted me idk how many times i texted her and cried but i did. She hurt me alot and it just hurts knowing right after she gt with me and i had heped her thriugh aot of her surgeries it hurts knowing she turned straight. i still think of her alot to. and ik im young and stuff and i dont need to worry about relationships but it hurts alot. Like i helped her through alot and she still left me. she ghosted not only m but everybody we knew, we shared alot of our friends like my friend ashy i introduced asher to emma (my ex) and she even ghosted her/. im just hurt.
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    The fact that I can't relate to this song is honestly astronomical. I used to be in love with my straight best friend, however, I knew they were most indefinitely not going to feel the same. "She means everything to me" it's true, she did mean everything to me. However, "I taste nothing at all" was something that spoke out to me. I knew I meant nothing to her, and that hurt a lot, but like Dodie said, "but it feels oddly good to hurt" because I was still close to her, however in the end I ended up telling her, and she became very distant, which ended everything, but at the moment, everything was great until it wasn't. She was the one who made me realize I'm not the straightest :) and in a way, I'm thankful for that. However, it hurts to see her with a guy who's a duche, when I could've given her so much more than what he was. Maybe that's mean, but he wasn't anything I would imagine her with, but neither was I. Yea, that's my explanation ig lol.
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    I believe this song is about a Daughter and absent Mother(Death/Divorce). The only things she has of her mother are a Polaroid picture and memories. Memories of her while she was a child; of Apple Juice, Storytime, and Birthdays. She holds her mother close(picture) yet she is so far away(physically). It is beautiful song.
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    i think this song is about a girl who has a crush on her guy bestfriend. but her guy best friend has a crush on the girl whom this song is about. the singer (girl who has a crush on the guy) is telling the story through her point of view as the guy tells it to her. at the end it sound like it says she and then trails off and says he means everything to me. this implies that the singer likes the guy.
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