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Jess from FelthamIt’s about a person who can’t love a narcissist and there’s plenty out there
SongbingerIt just hits different when you can relate
Anon from In My Head“Sometimes all I think about is you, late nights in the middle of June”- reminds me of a time in my life where everything was brighter, like when you wake up from a long nap and everything is just fresher. But this song also makes me sad, like I grieve the person I was becoming before that one thing happened. Sometimes the harder you try to make something work the more you realize it’s not working. Whether it’s a relationship or a job, there’s a limit to how much you as a person can change/compromise. This song is about who I was and who I am and how compatible/ incompatible I am within myself. Like a love song to myself telling me to get it together because I deserve to give myself everything.
Allison from UsaI definitely feel this song is about a gay relationship. He literally says he thinks their lover would be "better off IN someone new".
Leia from NhThe part when he said- Sometimes, all I think about is you Late nights in the middle of June Heat waves been faking me out Can't make you happier now. That really hits on a late-night when you're trying to sleep or maybe it's just me. Otherwise the sad part, I think this song is amazing.<3
Person from MinnesotaI think this song is that no matter how hard you try you'll never be able to please everyone and as he learns he learns to let them go.
Jojo from South AfricaThe very last verse gets my - I can't figure it out without projecting.
Road shimmer Wiggling the vision Heat heat waves I'm swimming in a mirror"
Is this a bit about self-reflection VS illusions VS self doubt brought on by the sudden heatwave (flashflood of emotion)?
Raye from Berkeley, CaIt's actually about a friend of his who died and how he's grieving and processing that loss. He said he made the lyrics intentionally ambiguous though, so it can be interpreted in different ways. He talks about how he wrote the song on Song Exploder podcast.
Kkbird from NarniaI like to think that it is about a gay relationship, June being pride month and all. Hence, I will keep referring to it as the #1 gay song of 2021. :]
AnonymousAlthough this song has up best tone and rhythm the song is actually about a friend who committed suicide and then wishing they could of done more for that friend
AnonymousI love this song so much, and I think it's just because of it's weird rhythm. Even his voice is almost a forced whisper mixed in with a good singing voice. It's the perfect song for when you want to think, because the lyrics can go multiple ways. You can view the lyrics as SongFacts said, which is about him feeling that he didn't give enough. But you can also listen and hear how maybe she is with someone and he thinks he can do better for her. "You just need a better life than this" - he would provide her with that. "You need something I can never give" - he doesn't have the opportunity to because she is with someone else and he has to respect that. "Sometimes all I think about is you" - obviously, he thinks about her all the time. May 10, 2021 Age: 15
Spoopyghost from SomewhereThis helped me with a deep analysis in my English class, thank you! (It was during the poem unit and we had to choose a song to do with love or hate)
"Cruise" climbed from 6-5 on the Hot 100 in its 34th week. In doing so it set a record for the slowest ascent to the Top 5 in the chart's history, which was beaten by Imagine Dragon's "Radioactive" 42-week clamber to #4 three weeks later.
"Abracadabra" was inspired by Diana Ross and The Supremes. Steve Miller first met the girl group when they performed together on NBC's Hullabaloo in 1966, and he wrote the lyrics after spotting Diana Ross skiing in the mountains years later.