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Machine Gun Kelly: Lead You On Meaning

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Lead You On Lyrics

Twice I turned my back on you
I fell flat on my face but didn't lose
Was it the blue night
Gone fragile
Was it above the man
In a wonder steady going under

Tell 'em drain the pool I'm sinkin fast
Come and save my life before It...

  1. anonymous
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    Mar 9th 2019 report

    The part where he said he loved waking up in the morning feeling her that was him getting well so it's heroin opiate addiction.I cry to this song all the time its one I can relate to and many.

  2. anonymous
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    Oct 3rd 2018 report

    Girl is Coke. Boy is Heroin.

  3. anonymous
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    Jul 18th 2018 report

    Just because it mentions "needle" doesn't per say mean its about heroin. Yet most people associate heroin with needle usage. Yet I've never used heroin in any way shape or form. But I was a avid iv user with methamphetamines. But the song is definitely about an addiction that does involve needle usage.

  4. anonymous
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    Jan 24th 2018 report

    This song is about he's addiction to heroin because he sings " why the fu** do I love that needle" and " now shes in my veins" so the song is about him having an addiction to heroin.

  5. anonymous
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    Nov 26th 2017 report

    What drug was MGK referring to in his song MGK

  6. anonymous
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    Apr 28th 2017 report

    This song is about his addiction to heroin. A lot of people call their drugs girls because of their "love" for them. MGK was addicted for about 2 years & relapsed a few times. Addiction can feel like drowning & no one really seems to want to help a "junkie".

  7. anonymous
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    Feb 10th 2017 report

    He uses heroin as a metaphor for love. His addiction is her love and as bad as heroin. I know or think bc I love a girl I can't fuckin let go no matter how I try. Every time I get close to her I gotta have her and her love gets me high but I want to fucking hate her. In the end if I can't have the high of her it'll be heroin I turn to and that will kill me so yeah a story in a story..

  8. anonymous
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    Sep 29th 2015 report

    Honestly, I know its about Heroin because you can tell that it is. If you listen closely to the song. When it says "Now all my family hates me
    Since I started fuckin with her"
    Thats because his family doesn't want to be around him when he is on it .

  9. anonymous
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    Sep 11th 2014 report

    This song is about no one in particular, but an event in his life where he struggles with a heroin addiction. He decided to put it in a song because he definitely can tell a lot of people have that same event or issue in their personal lives. His music is basically a story within a story

  10. anonymous
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    Jan 28th 2014 report

    When i listen to this song the first time i thought he was fighting with his girlfriend, now that i have listen to it many times now i realize he is fighting his addiction to drugs. I knew this because he says "why the fu** do i love the needle"and at the end when you hear him trying trying to breath and then the tray falls, because of an over dose.

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