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Juice WRLD: Maze Meaning


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Song Released: 2019

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Maze Lyrics

Stuck in a maze
Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
Stuck in a maze, mmh
Stuck in a maze
Everything's okay but it's not really okay
My life's a death race
I'm numbing my pain with codeine rain
I'm going insane
Life's not the same
Stuck in a maze

  1. anonymous
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    Feb 11th 2020 report

    I believe that this song is simply explaining in life in the industry. Many have thought that one is living their best life when you're in such position not knowing that there are certain things you have to give up when you're there. Juice have spoken about being tormented and is using drugs to cope with his situation. No amount of his drugs he took couldn't numb the pain. Maze is being stuck in a, let say in a situation where you cant get out easily. His album Death Race for Love is him crying out for help and on more than one track he have spoke about overdosing.
    It's sad to know such a young son was caught up in this. RIP JW.

  2. anonymous
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    Nov 10th 2019 report

    Drugs help cope with society and he feels as if he’s trapped inside

  3. anonymous
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    Jun 16th 2019 report

    In my opinion it's about him going through his everyday life and it's like he's in the exact same spot he's always been like the money and fame don't help him cope with depression and drug abuse.

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