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How is firework deep? It has some of the dumbest lyrics I have ever heard.
Regardless, it does have a good meaning; it's encouraging others to embrace their individuality and be proud of who they are. As opposed to songs that glorify barfing glitter and ~gettin' all da bitchez in da club~.
Do you ever feel like a plastic bag drifting through the wind wanting to start again?
I agree even though the meaning of that song is positive. The concept has been over done as far as the whole " beliveing in yourself" concept went for this year P!nk did better with F'n Perfect. But yea The lyrics for Firwork were pretty simple and self explanitory so while beeng cute I dont really think it could be described as "deep"
And then they go and make Last Friday Night.
Last Friday Night, the song and video, is still pretty creative compared to most songs about partying.
I'll grant that the video is creative, but the song is still about partying and drinking too much and having sex.
I hate that song -____- A better song is Lose Your Heart by Mayday Parade >.<
I agree with the post, but that was a bad example
But. It's kinda in style to write inspirational songs these days.
It's true that a lot of artists do have at least one, but they're usually one of their best songs so who cares why they're doing it? ex. Born This Way, which is possibly my all time favorite Lady Gaga song.
That's true, they also turn out to be very catchy most of the time, but at the same time, it feels almost like its a fad that artists are trying to keep up with.