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Panic! At The Disco: Hey Look Ma, I Made It Meaning


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Song Released: 2018

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All my life been hustlin' and tonight is my appraisal.
Cause I'm a hooker selling songs and my pimp's a record label.
This world is full of demons, stocks and bonds and Bible traders.
So I do the deed, get up and leave, a climber and a sadist,...


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    Dec 12th, 12:06pm report

    Based on the music video, which presents Brendon as a puppet, rather than himself. Although he made it in the Music Industry, like most stars, he ended up being pressured into alcohol and drugs.

    At the end of the video, he washes his face, turns off the water, and throws away the puppet, showing he was no longer controlled by his work, and finally got to be himself.


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    Jul 12th, 2018 7:28pm report

    I think this song is about you want to achieve your dreams and be a super famous person in the media, but you do not know who to trust. You eventually get into a lot of bad stuff like drugs, etc. You didn't want to get involved into all this stuff at the beginning but it swallowed you and it eventually ruined your career. In the video when he is signing the record label with that fat guy, you can see the strings on him. Clearly, this represents him being controlled. This person had such an innocent dream, and it turned into a nightmare.

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