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Macklemore: Can't Hold Us Meaning

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Song Released: 2013


Can't Hold Us Lyrics

[Intro:]
Ay, ay, ay
Good to see you, come on in, let's go
Yeah, let's go
Alright, alright
OK, uh, alright, OK
Alright, OK

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    anonymous
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    Nov 28th, 2014 11:33pm report


    "On my I-N-D-E-P-E-N-D-E-N-T shit hustler,
    Chasing dreams since I was fourteen with the four track bussing
    Halfway cross that city with the backpack,"

    I think it's about how he's been working towards his dream since he was young, and now that he has made it to the point he has been working towards, he is celebrating.

    "Now I never ever did it for a throne.
    That validation comes from giving it back to the people."

    I think it is also about being grateful towards those who have helped him get to where he is in his life and career, as well as giving back to them.



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    manthatsonofamitch
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    Dec 22nd, 2013 12:21pm report


    It doesnt really have a meaning its just that they are keeping their hands up at a party.




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