Much of the lyrical content on Honey
is downbeat, a result of the death of Robyn's close friend and collaborator Christian Falk and the breakup of a relationship. However, she ends the record on a more optimistic note in which she declares defiantly, "Never gonna be broken hearted, ever again!"
Robyn told Pitchfork
: "The song is defiant in that maybe my heart will be broken again, but maybe I will think about it in a different way. Maybe I won't let it destroy me."