Nicki Minaj: Right By My Side Meaning
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Song Released: 2012
Featuring: Chris Brown
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Right By My Side Lyrics
I miss your morning kiss
I won't lie, I'm feeling it
You don't know, I'm missing it
I'm so gone I'm must to be
It's too much to hold it in
I can't say no more than this
I just hope your heart hear me now
anonymous Aug 11th, 2014 8:41am report
It means she can't do anything without her man..... Even if she's just playin about with another guy she won't love him like she loves her man
anonymous Feb 28th, 2013 2:47am report
My interpretation of this song is Nicki Manij is saying how they can't do anything without each other."You own my heart he just renting" meaning that she has feelings for another guy but she can do without him but she needs the one who owns her heart by her side.
anonymous Sep 6th, 2012 9:26pm report
My interpretation of this song is that she needs her man (of course) but she has something going on with another guy as well "you own my heart he just renting" meaning that she has feelings for another guy but she can do without him but she needs the one who owns her heart by her side. So shes just thinking of how shes messed up what shes missing and she needs the one who owns her heart next to her
anonymous Aug 19th, 2012 8:57am report
Right By My Side by Nicki Minaj feat Chris Brown is about exactly what it says. How they can't do anything without each other. They need each other right by their side.
anonymous May 27th, 2012 5:46am report
I think in my point of view the song tell you the exact meaning of who when you miss someone or when they are not there you feel like you can't do anything. The person your missing is basically your life.
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