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Song Released: 2012


Featuring: Taylor Swift


Both of Us Lyrics

[Taylor Swift - Chorus]
I wish I was strong enough to lift not one but both us
Some day I will be strong enough to lift not one but both of us
[B.o.B]
Ever thought about losing it
When your money’s all gone and you lose your whip
You might...

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    anonymous
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    Jul 1st, 2012 7:00am report


    I think its about people who are not treated equally, who stand out from the crowd, are bullied, about racism. It's dedicated to those people so they know they're not alone, there are others like them. It's dedicated to those who mistreat people so they know its not going to make them cool. It's about our world.



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    anonymous
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    Jul 31st, 2012 7:52pm report


    This song is about how society is based only on how successful we are but all of us don't have the same skills. so is it fair to judge people on how we look or how wealthy we are? People try to make themselves look more then what they are because being judged unfairly. And then he is showing sympathy for all who have less and if he had the power he would change how society works to make it fair for everyone privileged in circumstance or not.



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    anonymous
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    Jul 8th, 2012 7:30pm report


    Trying to get by and have a family and be happy even if you live in poverty or are bullied or have had a hard past



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    anonymous
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    Jul 17th, 2014 7:50pm report


    I thought this song was about people that don't have as much as others. The people that only care about what they think about themselves. Not how other people judge them. It's a song to tell you to be yourself.

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    anonymous
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    Dec 5th, 2013 12:20pm report


    I think that this song is about how everything is crumbling around these to people. And one is quickly losing hope, while the other barely has enough hope to hold themselves up such as the verse "I wish I was strong enough to lift not one but both of us." And the other person is scrambling to get more hope to help out the falling one. And is saying hold on cause one day i'll have enough hope for both of us



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    anonymous
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    Dec 8th, 2012 12:05am report


    I think it's about how we treat others! And that you should try to be who you are and even if it's hard right now someday you will have curage to stand out in the crowd.



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    anonymous
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    Dec 7th, 2012 12:23pm report


    What I got out of the song (and this is only my opinion) was that you have to see the bigger picture. It may not look like the hardship will end, you may think that you'll never be happy again, but their is always a light at the end of the tunnel. There will always be someone going through a similar situation. Other people have troubles aswell, we can overcome our problems and work together.



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    anonymous
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    Sep 30th, 2012 9:19am report


    I thought it was about someone having a depressed/suicidal friend, and that the person wishes (s)he could make his/her friend happy, but isn't strong enough to do that



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    anonymous
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    Jun 27th, 2012 6:35pm report


    This is about poverty.




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