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You've been my muse for a long time
You get me through every dark night
I'm always gone, out on the go
I'm on the run and you're home alone
I'm too consumed with my own life

Are we too young for this?
Feels like I can't move

Sharing my...

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    anonymous
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    Jul 13th 2022 report

    I interpret the songs meaning as a young man who is emotionally conflicted about his relationship. With the lines "I feel my youth slipping away" and "are we too young for this" he is signalling his yearning to be free and that perhaps his relationship is causing significant stress. However on the other hand he is acknowledging his dependance on his s/o. It's a love song undoubtably. But with the lines "every time I kiss you baby I can hear the sound of breaking down" he is acknowledging that they're time together is almost up.

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    anonymous
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    Mar 20th 2022 report

    I believe he made it because he thinks he’s not good enough for someone. And “sharing my heart it’s tearing me apart” meaning he’s giving all his love but he can’t get love back from her. He’s said “am breaking down” many times which just believes he wishes to be enough but he can’t be enough so he crys each night because of it.

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    Jan 23rd, 08:06 report

    I think it's about being in a toxic relationship, and when it says "are we too young for this" it's referencing the toxic relationship. Also that when it says "you've been my muse for a long time" it is referencing how things usually start off well in a toxic relationship.

  4. anonymous
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    May 24th 2022 report

    I understand it being all the love and stuff but i also see it as like a toxic relationship or form of sh “you’re like the sun, you wake me up, but you drain me out if i do to much, i might need you or i’ll break down” sh the feeling waking them up/making them feel alive but doing to much drains the blood outta them/trying to hard in a relationship where nothing is in return but if they don’t they breakdown and it’s the only way of release/if not trying while the s/o does nothing the relationship goes to pieces.

  5. anonymous
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    May 14th 2022 report

    I think this song is about forcing something that isn't there. I see it as being too young to be in a relationship/ not feeling comfortable in a relationship.
    "doin what I can, trying to be a man ... are we too young for this" These lyrics in my opinion could be perceived as a young boy trying to seem grown up for his girlfriend


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