It bore a message of confidence and strength as Swift stood up to her oppressor. And of course, everyone wants to be safe and protected. Pretty much for as long as pop music has existed, the main topic has been love. Such a good song, I can't wait to hear her debut album next year. Please ask the moderators through modmail for permission to host these. Katy Perry - Waking Up in Vegas - about the day after a crazy night in Las Vegas Literally about the legality of prostitution in certain jurisdictions of Nevada, including but not limited to Las Vegas Taylor Swift - Welcome to New York - kinda about a relationship I guess? He reluctantly agreed, on the condition that he could produce the song.
Perfectly timed handclaps can distract from anything -- even a pencil-stabbing in a psych ward. The Verve - The song is about Richard Ashcroft's dad dying of cancer and how the chemotherapy is making him sicker. The song is bright and energetic, just like the city itself and it was co-written with One Republic front man and renowned producer Ryan Tedder. And at no point does anyone hand anyone any flowers or chocolates. And, of course, you can dig deeper into The Man In Black himself -- Johnny Cash had a very deep catalog full of awesome music. The fantastic guitar work helps too! The song later made a huge comeback in 1999 when Sixpence None the Richer covered it, introducing a whole new generation to the blurred lines between states of infatuation and intoxication. I relate waaay too much.
The lyrics are all about desire and affection, but there is a creepy undercurrent. We are purposely vague on what we consider pop, because it's a difficult genre to define. The song's chorus, as well as the verse, hint at a less-than-poetic inspiration, too. If it was an honest mistake, please message us; we'll try to be as lenient as possible. Use of discriminatory language isn't appreciated. I relate waaay too much.
I mean any song can be interpreted as a romance between two people if you try hard enough, but on Pure Heroine I only get that thought during 400 Lux and A World Alone. The song is written from that soldier's perspective. What it's really about: U2 having a row Inspiration comes from many strange places, and the lyrics to 's most lovestruck song is no exception. Only official sources are allowed, i. Illegal links are banned sitewide on reddit. The office whip-round looks rather feeble by comparison.
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Will he hold your tiny face in his hands? If you like that, move on to Twilight and Needle in the Hay, and the rest of his catalog. Okay, maybe that is just me. Even then Lorde keeps her lyrics ambiguous so that she could be talking about a close friend or tidbits from various experiences with nothing relating to romance. Lorde's Team, White Teeth Teens, and Tennis Court are great criticisms towards modern society. This is not for links. Before giving the song to -- who took the deliciously overcooked power ballad to No. Van Halen — Panama 1984, 1984 — David Lee Roth knows how to write an ambiguous lyric, but he still maintains that this song is about a car that he saw in a drag race or somesuch, and promptly named his own car Panama after it.
And while this is an emotion that many people can empathise with - especially if they've just been dumped - it's not romantic in the slightest. Make sure your date is within 1,000ft of a police station when this tune comes on. Jay circa '96 was brazen, funny and well-positioned for a career pivot. Otherwise, do not use purely for self-promotion. More depressing if you're familiar with Bradley Nowell's back story.
Crickets That's why saying this quintessential '80s ballad wasn't necessarily inspired by a romantic relationship is kind of like being the guy who says the sky isn't blue; it's just how the human eye interprets white light. For some fans, the song took on a much deeper, widespread meaning as anti-bullying campaigns became prevalent at schools across the nation. This can be part of the fun, and no one wants their special gooey moment ruined by a pedant who can't let things lie. So here are my ten favourite happy or just upbeat songs about something other than love. Just don't pay attention too closely: his lyrics are absolutely morose. . The five best songs from Ella Mai's new album that aren't 'Boo'd Up' or 'Trip' While Mai's singles are among the album's best tracks, there's more to love on the rest of the tracklist.
Sad song about remembering a parent that passed away. His album Get Lonely doesn't totally fall into your criteria - it's about someone trying to resume life in the absence of a loved one, and realizing they are completely incapable of doing so - but it's pretty crushing, and definitely not at all a standard bitter love song. And who knows better than a true-blue stalker? What it's really about: sleeping around Famously, the brutal feelings expressed in this song have caused 's Michael Stipe some disquiet over the years, especially as it has been seized upon as a kind of sarcastic Our Tune for alternative types. And stop being so damn creepy about it. But it can be fun to compare popular lyrical interpretations with what the songwriters actually had in mind. It's one thing to know that a slow-dance classic is actually a bitter breakup song, but I can taste the betrayal felt by late '90s Hot Topic loiterers knowing that one of the most overused prom finales of all time is also a straight-faced kiss off to self-satisfied punk ideology. Richie plays a teacher who follows a blind pottery student around, watching her from the shadows as she eats lunch, talks with her friends, and does Jazzercize.
It's also rumored the song is aimed at Green Day's early Berkeley punk scene following that abandoned the group after it achieved massive mainstream success. Tenacious D — History The Pick Of Destiny, 2006 — Tenacious D are ridiculous and none of their songs are about love, so much as they are about sex, but this one is pretty much a mythological account of how awesome it is to be in a band. She also moved to New York from Nashville around the same time. In fact, lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong has said he initially penned the song as a somber send-off for an ex, but then later decided it needed more of a fuck-off tone thus the addition of a parenthesized title. The Light - The Ark is a promise from one friend to another that they'll remain together, and they'll always have each others backs.