Penelope Scott: Cigarette Ahegao Meaning
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Cigarette Ahegao Lyrics
I guess they call it the sophomore slump
Always crying and always drunk
A few dead more gone and the rest well
On their way
(I hate it)
So everyone I love is stuck
Because this that the other...
anonymous Dec 7th report
I think this song is talking about how highschool isn't some sing and dance television show. It sucks, the touch of the internet, mixed with sucky human beings and a messed up sence of normal, along with the fact that during your sophmore year your kinda stuck. Your not a adult, and your not a child. You have the responsibility but not the ability to deal with it. You become exposed to all of these 'adult' things but lack being an adult.
anonymous Nov 15th report
I believe that Cigarette Ahegao by Penelope Scott is about the side of high school that nobody likes to talk about.
When people are going through the Teenage years where they are influenced by Alcohol
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