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Twenty One Pilots: Nico And The Niners Meaning

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Song Released: 2018


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East is up!
I'm fearless when I hear this on the low.
East is up!
I'm careless when I wear my rebel clothes.
East is up!
When bishops come together they will know that DEMA don't control us!
DEMA don't control!
East is up!

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    anonymous
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    Dec 1st, 12:57pm report


    Nico and the niners is about the depression that Clancy is, fighting against. He doesn't want the depression to stay so he is fighting against it.



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    Headphoneschick
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    Oct 31st, 10:10am report


    I always thought "nico and the niners" was about trying to escape prison. I learned just minutes ago that this song is about escaping depression. Suffering from depression myself, I was sure I would be able to pick up on this.. but depression is so much like prison that it's hard to tell one wall from the other, if one were in prison and one in depression, the walls of both are so close to smashing in on you, that sometimes to take a breath, feels like you must push the entire weight of living off of your chest to get the air to go in.. I think I was close.. sort of..



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    anonymous
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    Aug 17th, 2018 8:08am report


    The song means that demons controlls thier Town in form of 4 bishops nico and niners, and everyone on their town fit those yellow jumpsuit to protect themselves to those bad bishops. And they want to prove that demons cannot control them, and the want to fight it.




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