Billie Eilish: Goodbye Meaning
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Song Released: 2019
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Don't leave? me be
It's not true
Take me to the roof
Told you not to worry
What do you want from me?
Don't ask questions
Wait a minute
Don't you know I'm no good for you?
Baby I don't feel so good
And all the good girls...
anonymous Jul 5th, 7:30am report
I agree that it shows how her album went from an energetic and excited intro (!!!) to a gloomy, sad, and slower ending. I think this is because Billy knows to that even if things seem great and like everything will be fine, it will always end in sadness, pain, and misery. Her album portrayed this beautifully, as she went from a beginning of silliness and excitement to an ending of slow, gloomy despair.
anonymous Jul 5th, 7:18am report
This song is all the songs on her album WWAFAWDWG in reverse order. When she went on tour, Billie played this song after finishing her performance as she left the stage to wrap up the show and signal to the audience that the performance was done before the lights came back on. She also stated once that it was supposed to be like a happy ending.
anonymous May 4th, 5:55pm report
this I think just serves as a kind of cute mashup medley thing to thank you for listening to her album. throughout the album it goes from really energetic by starting with a literal string of exclamation marks to ending with a slow, slightly sad, goodbye track
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