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Miranda Lambert: Virginia Bluebell Meaning


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Virginia Bluebell Lyrics

Carrying the weight on the end of a limb
You’re just waiting for somebody to pick you up again
Shaded by a tree, can’t live up to a rose
All you ever wanted was a sunny place to grow

Pretty little thing, sometimes you gotta look up
And let...

  1. anonymous
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    Jul 3rd 2020 report

    Shaded by a tree, cant live up to a rose. Yes, something, the tree is holding her back from living her full form or life or self

  2. anonymous
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    Sep 21st 2012 report

    This song is about someone who is something special but doesn't let it show because they don't feel like they are good enough.
    "Pretty little thing, sometimes you gotta look up
    And let the world see all the beauty that you’re made of
    ‘Cause the way you hang your head nobody can tell
    You're my Virginia Bluebell"
    In another line where it talks about the bluebell not being able to live up to a rose, it's like that one person that you never feel as good as.

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