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4 Morant Lyrics

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    #1 top rated interpretation:
    anonymous
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    May 24th 2021 report

    her struggling with depression and suicidal thoughts i honestly can be mistaken but thats what i took from it aswell as a few others i have seen also said the same thing.

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    Jun 22nd 2021 report

    Doja in this song went through a painful breakup that left her broken. she’s looking back on it (“I’ve been moving in backward directions”). She’s reached out to others but the connections she make are fake (“Friends will pretend in the end when you get big, Get slick, get quick, wanna spend shit”). She turned to drugs and alcohol to cope with the pain of rejection, and she’s hating herself and sees herself as weak for it. No one understands what she’s going through. She turns to whoever’s around but it still leaves her hurt in the end. She knows she shouldn’t go back to her ex who’s now free to move on and do whatever he wants. He’s doing alright but she’s stuck in a bad place. She tries her hardest in relationships but it never works out for her. the song is about self harm, coping, and trauma that repeats itself.

  3. anonymous
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    Jun 22nd report

    I feel that this song is meant to emcompass her issues with drugs and mental illness. The song goes into a little depth about what triggers these self destructive behaviors but also what they are.

  4. anonymous
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    May 30th report

    I feel that this song is meant to emcompass her issues with drugs and mental illness. The song goes into a little depth about what triggers these self destructive behaviors but also what they are.

    In the lyric "Ends with a sniff or a huff or injection,I can’t handle rejection..." She talks about her drug use but then follows that up with the fact that she can't handle rejection, hinting at what lead her to do drugs or in a broader sense, that rejection is a trigger for her to do drugs. In another line, later into the song, Doja gives us a breif yet unsettling look into her self harming tendencies.

    "My brother finds blood I say, "Shut up 'fore she sees"" Gives us a story as follows: Her brother finds blood near or on Doja which is assumed to be because of self harm and Doja tells him to keep quiet so that "she" doesn't see. This "she" is heavily implied to be her mom since the line before says "I say, "Mother never weep"". Which could also be an act of reassurance from Doja, for her mother not to worry about her. But this reassurance doesn't seem to work out for Doja or at least she thinks so because of this encounter with her brother she says "Won-wonder will she weep, won-wonder where she be".

    The emotional expression of Doja in this song was near perfect for me and that fact that it paints a clear story which ties in to all the other seemingly random lyrics related to her mental anguish makes it 10x better. I respect the meaning behind the song and it's relatable to a lot of people including myself. I expect nothing less from such a talented artist.


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