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The Devil Wears Prada: Hey John, What's Your Name Again? Meaning

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Song Released: 2007


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The concept of fashion is the one to blame:
Painting the portrait of convictionless existence.
Well, it must be difficult being so gorgeous.
Claiming to be the kings and queens but it's all of nothing.
This shall...

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    anonymous
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    Oct 14th, 2014 10:54pm report


    Es sobre la duda que tiene una persona respecto a el nombre de otra persona llamada john.

    Si es sarcasmo pinches gringos.



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    anonymous
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    Oct 23rd, 2012 10:27pm report


    This song is about that the people are too obsessed about their looks style and fashion, because of this, they put people down just to stand out eventually it will pass away with them when they die, you just have to hope and pray for salvation, have a friend that will always help you and never let you down, "my time is yours my friend"



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    anonymous
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    Apr 8th, 2011 4:24pm report


    mostly about how people care about there outer appearance and not there inner faith and showing off everything they have. claiming to be the kings and queens.but its all for nothing. because when they die there values will be no use. instead of counting on your outer appearance if you wanna go to heaven you have to have faith in god.



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    anonymous
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    May 16th, 2010 5:52am report


    This song is obviously about the materialistic views of today's society. People are more concerned with their outward appearance rather than their inner faith. People "claim to be kings and queens" by showing off their money and possessions. "but it's all for nothing" because when they die, their possessions will have no value. It is the faith of people that will have value. "Salvation lies within." You cannot get into Heaven by being having a lavish outward appearance; you must have faith in Him.



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    anonymous
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    Jan 17th, 2009 1:09pm report


    I think it definitely sounds like it's about mindless following and superficial mindset.
    "No mercy to fashion. You've compromised your doctrines. You've surrendered yourself now."
    Even the title sounds like something someone shallow and s=arrogant would say. They are so into themselves they can barely remember a name.
    It's sound like they think our cultrue is dangerous to our minds. "We all find ourselves so horribly weak. Here's an offering. I did not want you to join this culture. So how can you be so proud?"




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