The Neighbourhood: Void Meaning
Song Released: 2018
I only touched you once
Lately I can't find the beat
I used to feel the rush
Started with a little bit
Now I don't know how to quit
Always feel inadequate
Same way that my daddy did
Mama told me not to...
1TOP RATED#1 top rated interpretation:anonymous Dec 13th 2018 !⃝
About a drug addict and his regrets. His mom warned him not to try, but he did it to fill his ‘void’. He is just like his father, and how he always feels like it’s never enough. Even if he tries to quit, he can’t. He doesn’t want to feel empty again.
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3TOP RATED#3 top rated interpretation:anonymous Jun 7th 2018 !⃝
That the character is a drug addict, his mom warned him to not try but he did so anyway. Then he later regrets his decision and is just like his father. He sings that he is no longer the same and needs it to fill his 'void'.
anonymous Jun 6th 2021 !⃝
um so i like the beat to this and i fr thought it was about sex so i literally got butterflies listening to it LOL but its good to know the true meaning of a song
anonymous Apr 3rd 2021 !⃝
its about addiction to drugs. “i need you to fill the void” meaning they need drugs to get them through things. “i wonder how i got by this week i only touched you once” showing theyre definitely abusing drugs. “lately i cant find the beat i used to feel the rush” they used to be able to get along fine without the drugs but theyve become dependant on them.
anonymous Feb 26th 2021 !⃝
Oh come on . I thought it was about a person he was in love with and couldn’t live away from them . I was disappointed when I saw this song was about drugs..
anonymous Feb 7th 2021 !⃝
"You paralise me everytime i try to find some paradise"
Trying to get off the addiction everytime hes happy the craving crawls back.
anonymous Nov 21st 2020 !⃝
i think its about jesses addiction to weed. "i only touched it once" means he used weed once but got too addicted so he quit but "he needs it to fill his void".
anonymous Jun 28th 2020 !⃝
i think its about jesse (lead singer of the neighbourhood) ‘s addiction
like his mom warned him and now he’s like his father and this is his struggle with his addictions.
anonymous Jun 21st 2019 !⃝
Deadass thought it was about masturbation .
anonymous May 10th 2019 !⃝
I feel like it could work for a murderer too if you listen it can sound that way too.
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