Glass
by

Album: No Mythologies to Follow (2014)

Songfacts®:

  • This song is an ode to nostalgia and longing for the ease of youth. Mø told The Guardian: "I think everyone grew up thinking that by their mid-20s they'd have everything sorted out, but I know I don't. There is this unidentifiable problem of wanting more from life and never being satisfied. The days are slipping away and you're one step closer to death. Life was so easy as a child, maybe you fall over and you cry but you get back up again."

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