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Beach Bunny: Prom Queen Meaning

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Song Released: 2019


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Prom Queen Lyrics

Shut up, count your calories
I never looked good in mom jeans
Wish I was like you
Blue-eyed blondie, perfect body
Maybe I should try harder
You should lower your expectations
I'm no quick-curl barbie
I was never cut out for prom queen
If...

  1. 1TOP RATED

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    anonymous
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    Nov 5th 2019 report

    This is talking about how she needs to be pretty and be skinny and like all the other girls but she doesn’t know how and she thinks doing all this will cause the boys to like her, but she really doesn’t want to change herself.

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    anonymous
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    Jun 12th 2020 report

    it's about an eating disorder and starving yourself. she also mentions self-harm. it's not a happy song

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    anonymous
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    Jun 23rd 2020 report

    She talks about eds, this lowkey hits home because what she sang about was what I thought. "maybe I should try harder"

  4. anonymous
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    Jun 20th report

    Prom queen is a song that speaks of eating disorder awareness for women AND men. People may believe only females struggle with body image yet, I've met several men which also have eating disorders. Prom queen is a very deep song that spreads the message of hoping not to feel alone, I myself struggle with Anorexia and was put on my death bed last year. I hope everyone reading this can seek help and know that you don't have to change yourself for others, in the end, we're all the same and don't need reassurance from imbeciles xx love you

  5. anonymous
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    Mar 8th report

    I agree with this song it is very appropriate to society and the expectations girls have to meet nowadays. I can heavily relate to this song and im sure many others can. This song is so powerful and reassure the young girls and women of the 21st century that they are not alone and we are all going through the same societal troubles. Just because we arent meeting stereotypes, we can get through this together x

  6. anonymous
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    Nov 18th 2020 report

    she's singing about the high beauty standards, how she's starving herself to try and turn into one of these 'perfect' girls. And about the plastic wrap lyric, she's talking about how she has to fake to be happy and smile. the other meaning of it also is how most girls and women these days are getting plastic surgery so they look more presentable. She also talks about Blue Eyed Blondie, perfect body, meaning that that's the what 'attracts' men these days.

  7. anonymous
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    Oct 28th 2020 report

    I am anorexic and I know exactly what she is going through. All these thoughts constantly race through my mind. I find comfort knowing that I’m not alone in my struggles, and someone out there probably understands how hard it is. To anyone reading this, remember you are not alone. Its ok to reach out for support, and if you are struggling with an ed i hope you recover soon. YOU ARE LOVED. DONT LOSE HOPE.

  8. anonymous
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    Oct 25th 2020 report

    i am at the beginning stages anorexia and this song describes me so much. I look at my sister and i think of her as perfect and i wish i was her. ive been starving myself and exercising so i will lot prettier than her

  9. anonymous
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    Oct 21st 2020 report

    I agree with what all these people are saying about eds and self harm. i really relate to most of this song. i don’t have a diagnosed ed, but i do skip meals, obsessively count calories, make sure i eat under 1000 and feel like i need to be skinny. i have a sister and she is a few months older than me (we r not biological) and she has a perfect body, and shes a blue eyed blondie. she is constantly exercising and she eats 3x the amount i do in a day but she is still skinnier. its like a rub in my face like ha im perfect and no matter how long you starve u will never be like me. at this point i feel like if i start exercising more my family will just think im copying her. obviously they would never admit to it but shes the favorite. if she wants something she pretty much gets it without hesitation. she is skinny, blonde, blue eyes, wears a lot of crop tops and stuff, average height. Im 5’8 curly brown hair brown eyes, freckles all over me, fat, and every day i wear an oversized flanel shirt. :,(
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    i never look good in mom jeans.

  10. anonymous
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    Oct 10th 2020 report

    I’m pretty sure it’s about her (Narrator of the song) singing about the high beauty standards, and conflicting self harm and starving herself to gain a slimmer body. And about the plastic wrap lyric, talking about plastic surgery. She also talks about Blue Eyed Blondie, meaning that the “attractive” girls, abs how she isn’t one. as a blue eyed blonde girl, i know that just because i look like this, it doesn’t mean i am any prettier than a brunette, or such

  11. anonymous
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    Sep 28th 2020 report

    She is talking about the extremely high standards for girls in todays society and she mentions being more pretty so that boys will like her and honestly that's the ugly truth cause you got to have big boobs tiny waist big ass and big thighs but the rest has to be tiny with big lips and make up of course so that s honestly ridiculous but many girls believe it and its sad cause people commit su***** over this.

  12. anonymous
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    Aug 12th 2020 report

    I think this is a song about anorexia, eating disorders and depression. I mean, just listen to the lyrics. It talks about Beach Bunny starving herself and even hurting herself. There also is a lot of self-deprecating lyrics so there’s that too.

  13. anonymous
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    Jul 28th 2020 report

    i believe the song is about societies expectations for girls and how we have to have perfect bodies, hair, eyes, etc. to be accepted. i believe she also talks about how she is so desperate to be accepted and to be "perfect" that she starves herself and harms herself. (for the record, if you're reading this and you're questioning your beauty, let me just tell you that you are beautiful the way you are!)

  14. anonymous
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    Jul 17th 2020 report

    I think it's about eds, the extremely high standards for beauty in society, & how lots of girls view their body

  15. anonymous
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    Jul 15th 2020 report

    i think shes talking about being a "perfect girls" and for the phrase "this plastic wrap in my cheeks" it means plastic surgery to look beautiful "blue-eyed blondie, perfect body" is the things that are the most popular, i don't know how to explain it. this was m explanation i hope you understand it :)

  16. anonymous
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    Jul 8th 2020 report

    I think she wants to be prettier so she'll be loved so she stops eating to be skinnier like the other girls but she truly doesn't want to change.

  17. anonymous
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    Jun 26th 2020 report

    She’s talking about a eating disorder and that no boys like her because she’s not skinny. And how if she was more pretty that boys would like her


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