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Lorde: Glory & Gore Meaning

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Glory & Gore Lyrics

"Glory And Gore"

[Verse 1:]
There's a humming in the restless summer air
And we're slipping off the course that we prepared
But in all chaos, there is calculation
Dropping glasses just to hear them break
You've been drinking like the...

  1. anonymous
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    Sep 3rd 2017 report

    Reminds me highly of the hunger games.

  2. anonymous
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    Mar 28th 2017 report

    Bad comes with anything that's good.

  3. anonymous
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    Jan 14th 2017 report

    I think it's about media and violence.

  4. anonymous
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    Mar 6th 2016 report

    To achieve fame. It comes with consequences.

  5. anonymous
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    Oct 27th 2014 report

    The oh oh part and haaaaaaa part seem to be facetious. One of Lorde's most confusing songs. But whatever the true meaning is--it could be a dozen difference things--I'm sure it's meant to be satirical, given the mocking tone.

  6. anonymous
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    Apr 22nd 2014 report

    She is talking about how show business is more like a blood bath. It is obvious by the part talking about now they are making headlines and that the only way to get to the top is to fight for it.

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