Emily Osment: Drift Meaning
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Just another number
Stack me up, I'll crumble
And Drift Along
Just another nothin'
Line me up, I'll fold in
And then be gone
La da dee lee da da dee day, oh [X3]
Well suited for erasing
Fading into hazy
anonymous Jun 18th, 6:47am report
I think it's about bullying. She gets picked on for the way she looks and all so she gets into anxiety, where she starts thinking she not good enough and that's where the lyrics " stack me up I'll crumble" come in. You can try to fix it, but she's to sad. When I says " well suited for erasing, fading into hazy" it means she doesn't need to be in the earth and hazy is when you feel dizzy, so she obviously took pills or something and is feeling dizzy. The moral is bullying puts kids and adult under depression that leads to anxiety till they hit suicide.
anonymous Nov 27th, 2017 11:49am report
She is tired of being bullied like me.
anonymous Aug 27th, 2017 8:32am report
She feels like no one wants her in their lives.
anonymous Mar 28th, 2017 3:21pm report
I think its about depression, and feeling like its too much handle, so it leads to suicide. Saying "I'm just another number.." and "I'm just another nothing.." Basically means feeling worthless, like the world would be better off without you in it. Hazy means confused, blurred, vague, ext. So "Fading into hazy" basically means fading into a blur because you start to feel numb, and everything around you becomes a blur. You can't focus on anything because you're really deep in depression.
anonymous Aug 21st, 2014 8:34am report
I feel as if this song is saying basically she feels as if she does not belong people make her feel as if she nothing worthless and as soon as they haze her it gets to be to much to her she is bullied and soon as she feels like crumbling she says she is leaving she is drifting away weather it's into suicide or just leaving them she is tired and going .
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