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Losers Lyrics Meanings
by The Weeknd
feat. Labrinth

R&B/Soul
2015
2K

Losers Lyrics

Only losers go to school
I taught myself how to move
Im not the type to count on you
Because stupids next to "I love you"

No? So what can you show me
That my heart don't know where it is
We make our own sins and you're qualified to me
What can you show me
That my heart don't know where it is
We make our own sense
And you're qualified
And you're qualified

Only losers go to school
They can't teach what they can't prove
Come put this inside a test-tube
'Cause stupid's next to "I love you"

So what can you show me
That my heart don't know already
We make our own sins
You're qualified to me
What can you show me
And my heart don't know already
We make our own sins
You're qualified to me And you're qualified to me

And now that we're all grown up
Who do we owe it to
And now that we've gone this far
Who do we owe it all too
We did it unknown
No we're coming for the throne
We did it unknown
Now we're coming for the throne
And now that we all came up, do we lose
Do we lose

So what can you show
That my heart don't know already
Because we make our own sins
And you're qualified to me
What can you show me
That my heart don't know already
'Cause we make our own sins
And you're qualified to me

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This one is tough (I went onto this website hoping to see something already posted). I think this song is generally about growing up. The beginning starts as an "F you" to not just education, but authority in general. This includes education, but also things like religion and societal norms. It makes sense, since the Weeknd's mother is a devout Christian, but Abel, to say the least, doesn't show much interest in Christian values (through the content of his songs). There seems to be plenty of typos in the lyrics posted here, so I can't be sure, but looking at the lyrics in writing makes me see a possible romantic connection. This is typical of the Weeknd, contradicting himself. He clearly says "stupid is next to 'I love you'" so if there is a romantic element, he obviously in confused about love, another common theme in his music. The end of the song is clearly describing how screwed over people seem to be after they've "grown up." As a recent high school graduate, I relate. The lyrics suggest a "what's next?" situation. The Weeknd and Labrynth are saying, "ok great, now what?" They feels screwed over by society and it seems that they "lose."

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