Album: A Deathrace For Love (2019)
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  • On this piano-laden song, Juice WRLD describes his heartbreak after breaking up with his girlfriend.

    I can't reverse it
    It was a gift and a curse
    And now I'm drinking too much, so I'ma talk with a slur
    Last time I saw you it ended in a blur
    I woke up in a hearse
    She said, "You loved me first"

    Though the title does not appear in the track's lyrics, it sums up Juice's emotions as the rapper drunkenly pleads that their toxic relationship has robbed him of his ability to love.
  • The emo song's concept of love and heartbreak is a familiar theme in Juice's music dating back to his breakthrough single "Lucid Dreams (Forget Me)."
  • The song features production by Juice's frequent collaborator Nick Mira. He helmed both "Lucid Dreams" and its follow-up, "All Girls Are The Same."
  • The song first leaked online in early 2018 as part of a huge leak of Juice WRLD's music.

Comments: 3

  • Stewart from South CarolinaJuice Wrld is the best!! Rip
  • Marvel from NigeriaI love this song
  • Ela from New York CityI love this music ....juice keep on
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