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Billie Eilish: Lovely Meaning

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Song Released: 2018


Featuring: Khalid



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[Verse 1: Billie Eilish & Khalid]
Thought I found a way
Thought I found a way out (found)
But you never go away (never go away)
So I guess I gotta stay now

[Pre-Chorus: Billie Eilish & Khalid]
Oh, I hope some day I'll make it out of...

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    anonymous
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    May 28th, 2018 5:40am report


    Heart made of glass, my mind of stone. That could mean that your heart can be broken easily but your mind can't because it knows better. For example your heart got broken after a break up and your minds telling you not to go back to him/her eventually you do because your heart wants him/her to fix it but you get hurt again.Mind made of stone basically means that your mind knows more than your heart basically



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    anonymous
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    May 27th, 2018 5:14pm report


    "This is referring to the music video only. I interpret this music video as a symbol for mental illness. Every-time you think you're close to the end, or that there's room above you to get better, the box becomes more and more enclosed and you end up right back where you started. Its like an endless battle and trap that you can never get out of. The box in the music video represents being iced out ... the lyrics express that beautifully as well... gave me chills"- anonymous

    I completely agree with you, and it reminds me of the story of the scientist.
    There was a scientist who was giving a speech about the earth and a lady in the crowd decided to contradict him.

    The following anecdote is told of William James. [...] After a lecture on cosmology and the structure of the solar system, James was accosted by a little old lady.

    "Your theory that the sun is the centre of the solar system, and the earth is a ball which rotates around it has a very convincing ring to it, Mr. James, but it's wrong. I've got a better theory," said the little old lady.

    "And what is that, madam?" inquired James politely.

    "That we live on a crust of earth which is on the back of a giant turtle."

    "If your theory is correct, madam," he asked, "what does this turtle stand on?"

    "You're a very clever man, Mr. James, and that's a very good question," replied the little old lady, "but I have an answer to it. And it's this: The first turtle stands on the back of a second, far larger, turtle, who stands directly under him."

    "But what does this second turtle stand on?" persisted James patiently.

    To this, the little old lady crowed triumphantly,

    "It's no use, Mr. James — it's turtles all the way down."

    There is no way to find the end of our mental illness, it never ends. We can only take the precautions to help ourselves for now.



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    anonymous
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    May 15th, 2018 5:47pm report


    Heart made of glass my mind of stone.



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    anonymous
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    May 7th, 2018 5:42pm report


    This is referring to the music video only. I interpret this music video as a symbol for mental illness. Every-time you think you're close to the end, or that there's room above you to get better, the box becomes more and more enclosed and you end up right back where you started. Its like an endless battle and trap that you can never get out of. The box in the music video represents being iced out ... the lyrics express that beautifully as well... gave me chills



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