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Twenty One Pilots: Migraine Meaning

Migraine Lyrics

Am I the only one I know,
Waging my wars behind my face and above my throat?
Shadows will scream that I'm alone.

I've got a migraine and my pain will range from up, down, and sideways,
Thank God it's Friday 'cause Fridays will always,
Be...

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    anonymous
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    Mar 14th, 3:53pm report


    I think this song is about a person that suffers from depression/anxiety and suicidal thoughts and all the thoughts are "giving him a migraine" and he is saying he would rather die than suffer these horrible thoughts and things like that. When he says Sundays are his suicide days he means sundays are his day of most suicidal thoughts. The song cuts off at the end representing that he probably committed suicide



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    anonymous
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    May 31st, 5:09pm report


    K.I.S.S. people:
    Best description of what those who actually suffer repeated Migraines that make light an enemy, the throat hurt from vomit, your head like Hiroshima on replay go through.
    It's a war, it's depressing, it's a royal pain in the ... head. Frankly, at the time they occur lions eating you would be kind, a mercy, as your veins stick out of your forehead, your blinded, and the pounding just hits over and over and over and over again, until you pass out into slumber for hours.
    Wake up, it's a Migraine!



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    anonymous
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    May 18th, 5:06pm report


    Yeah, you guys are all over-analyzing. As a fellow migraine sufferer, it is glaringly obvious to me that Tyler suffers from migraines. Yes, they make you wish you were dead, hence the suicide talk. I was thrilled that someone wrote a song about the bane of my existence.



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    anonymous
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    Mar 29th, 3:23pm report


    The "suicial lions" are his depressing and suicidal thoughts which are "trying to eat " him ( make him commit suicide) and he knows he can fight them or let them win. The "weapons " represents him stopping the thought somehow, maybe by antidepressants? And "sometimes to stay alive you've gotta kill your mind" mean that killing your mind keeps you alive because it stops you from suicide.



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    anonymous
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    Mar 22nd, 3:23pm report


    Well this song is gr8 first off. Second, it probably is about someone being suicidal.

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    anonymous
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    Jan 11th, 2017 1:51pm report


    'Migraine' is about Tyler's depressing thoughts that are basically hurting his head or giving him a migraine. 'Sometimes death seems better than the migraine in my head' means he would rather die than have his depressing thoughts control his life. "Thank God it's Friday cause Fridays will always be better than Sundays, cause Sundays are my suicide days" means he is glad its Friday because he doesn't want to deal with his suicidal and depressing thoughts that usually happen on Sundays. This song is about mental illness, anxiety, and depression. "Sometimes to stay alive, you have to kill your mind" This part of the song describes how the mind can drive a person to choose whether or not to live, and sometimes the only way to stay alive is to kill your mind. For people with depression, "killing your mind" is basically an escape.



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    anonymous
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    Oct 11th, 2016 10:51am report


    I think that this song is about a dude who has faced many obstacles while trying to reach his goal and often face a lot of depressions. Although he might have thought of suiciding, he still persisted to work even harder as he looked back to how far he has achieved. Idk that's my opinion and I really like this song tbh!



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    anonymous
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    Sep 19th, 2016 9:56pm report


    It's about needing someone there to help threw the struggles.

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    anonymous
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    Jun 11th, 2016 6:08pm report


    I think this song is about a dude that suffers depression and thinks about suicide often, as the song cuts off at the end, referring to that he has succumbed to suicide.



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    anonymous
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    Feb 17th, 2016 2:05am report


    Dude's got a headache.



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    anonymous
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    Feb 12th, 2016 2:08pm report


    i think it is about migraines haha

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    anonymous
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    Sep 25th, 2015 9:46pm report


    My opinion to what the meaning is, Is sending a message that Your mind is killing you. And your thoughts are drowning you and you can't escape. Only certain people will understand the deeper meening towards this song, As some people will find the song crazy because they do not know the meening behind the lyrics. I've been listening this song since it was released and It has been my favorite since.I find thet the meening is to send a message to all the people out there who is overthinking and getting depressing thoughts,That they should STOP THINKING.



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    anonymous
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    Jun 12th, 2015 6:34pm report


    To me this song is a reach to show how you can attack your mind: less an actual migraine, but more "waging your war behind your face, above your throat." Aka your brain. How your own thoughts can begin to change the way you see yourself.




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