Post Malone: Go Flex Meaning
Song Released: 2017
Go Flex Lyrics
They tell me to quit, don't listen what I'm told
Help me forget that this world is so cold
I don't even know what I'm chasin' no more
Tell me what I want, just keep searchin' on
It's never enough,...
1TOP RATED#1 top rated interpretation:anonymous Sep 25th 2017 !⃝
He's just saying fuck all the bullshit life's throwin. I'm done with living by expectations and doing what I think others want me to be doing I order to make others happy. I just want to do me and how I want, escape it all for awhile. Find bliss my way
2TOP RATED#2 top rated interpretation:anonymous Oct 30th 2017 !⃝
To "flex" means to show off your wealth. He wants to throw it in the face of his doubters how successful he has become.
anonymous Dec 6th 2018 !⃝
Post put his young and happy self out into the world. It was endearing to see his early interviews - so genuine, sweet and naive.
The big, bad world started eating on him piece by piece. In Flex, I believe he is realizing the world is not as benevolent as he had assumed. Learning this hurts.
At the end of the song, I could detect his voice cracking with emotion. It made me cry a bit for his sadness and loss of innocence.
When he sings "Looking back on better days" perhaps he regrets (among other things) signing with a music production company.
guard/arm himself from the media $$ machine and music production pimps.
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anonymous May 9th 2018 !⃝
i think to flex means to push until you get results
anonymous Feb 7th 2018 !⃝
I think its About Coke
I am Stone cold with the "flex" (https://de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Austin) Stone cold is a Wrestler and pretty huge against malone
anonymous Aug 5th 2017 !⃝
I personally think this song is just a simple translation that's saying " fuck life" on the first verse but when it comes to the second it sounds like he's doing alright for himself
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