Nicki Minaj: Young Forever Meaning
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Young Forever Lyrics
Whenever late, pretty summer day
I remember when you would say
Would be ok, come what may
I never knew you would lie to me
Took everything from inside of me
Your silhouette in the doorway
But before you...
anonymous Oct 14th, 10:17am report
Well I think the song it's about her dating a guy she loved so much but the guy does not really feel that way about her and the both of them went their seprate ways but she could not forget about him because when they were dating she had so many plans bt everything fell apart and the guy moved on without her and she will forever remember him because he was a big part of her life and the part she mentioned this is my own prison is about being stuck with memories of him and in the end she made up her mind to forget about him even if it will be diffficult for her.
anonymous Feb 5th, 2017 2:11am report
I interpret it to be about an eternal love that could not go on in this life (whether it be by physical death or emotional death). Love is timeless and endless. Even though the physical relationship does not connect in this "real world" the love she feels for him goes on forever and he will remain young forever since she never saw him in any other form. He will be frozen in time in her dreams and memories.
anonymous May 2nd, 2014 5:04pm report
Its about her first big love. She was still young and naive about him. She can´t forget the last moment she saw him when he was about to leave her: He´s standing in the door, getting ready to leave and she´s standing in the room crying. She will have him like this in her mind all of her life. You´ll never forget your first relationship.
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