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Rihanna: Towards The Sun Meaning


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Towards The Sun Lyrics

Turn your face towards the sun
Let the shadows fall behind you
Don't look back, just carry on
And the shadows will never find you
Turn your face towards the sun
Let the shadows fall behind you
Don't look back, just carry on
And the shadows...

  1. anonymous
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    Oct 29th 2020 report

    I think Riri was trying to tell that our mistakes don't define us and we shouldn't let them drag us down along with darkness, because we always deserve a chance to do better, for us and for the people that love and care about us... so we should stand up and rescue the best in ourselves, our sparkle...

  2. MyCrushOnMewtwo
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    Jul 12th 2020 report

    I think Rihanna was trying to tell us that "Just because you're afraid to change and follow the light does't mean you should sit in the shadows and wait for it to come to you. Let the light guide you're way and pick your own path. Don't be afraid to change."

    This was MY interpretation, but if you disagree, let me know!

  3. anonymous
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    Apr 19th 2020 report

    See the brighter side of life and let your past be behind you. Don't drag yourself back into your past, just focus on your future and don't ever look back.

    Deola Aro.

  4. anonymous
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    May 2nd 2019 report

    I think this song means like some people are kind of scared to be themselves so they rely on the shadows to guide them into darkness, but the sun helps those people turn away from the evil shadows and show them the right way to be themselves.

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