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This song is quite interesting because it keeps us thinking who the culprit is and who the victim is. The singer says that his girlfriend is accusing him of cheating and being unfaithful. But the singer only says "I thought I was faithful". This can be taken in two ways. The first meaning that can be interpreted from this is that he was actually faithful and honest. The other meaning is that he believed that his actions were honest, but maybe he was only fooling himself.

Man's World cover Man's World by MARINA

The singer of this song is highlighting a very important issue in this song. She is talking about the oppression women have to face in this world, which she is referring to as a "Man's world". She is saying that men believe that they have control over everything. They try to oppress the women thinking they are weak. The are basically defying mother nature like this. She is saying that this type of world is not acceptable to her. She wants a world where men and women are considered equal.

Somebody’s Problem cover Somebody’s Problem by Morgan Wallen

In this song, Morgan Wallen is basically just willingly going into a relationship that he knows won't work out. He is falling in love with a beautiful girl. But he knows some things about her past. He knows that she has broken several hearts before. She is "somebody's problem", meaning that there are people who are either still in love with her or have been destroyed by her somehow. But despite all that, he cannot help but fall in love. He is willingly making this "problem" his own.

Fallin’ (Adrenaline) cover Fallin’ (Adrenaline) by Why Don't We

This is the type of love everyone wishes for in my opinion. You know that feeling when you look at someone and you get those butterflies in your stomach. You get this adrenaline rush that makes all your senses very heightened. It is this feeling that the singer is talking about in this song. For me, something that really stood out is the fact that the singer is still having insecurities despite the feeling of love. This I think is what makes this song super realistic.

Intro cover Intro by Shawn Mendes

This short little song is the perfect "Intro" for Shawn's new album Wonder. If any of you guys have had a chance to listen to the songs from this album, you will be able to understand how fitting this song is with the vibe of the new album. The meaning behind these few lyrics is very deep. Shawn is basically saying that we all have different “faces” and different personas. How we act with one person does not mean that we would act the same way with another. But the world is very cruel and judges us for our “millions” of faces.

Feel Something cover Feel Something by Armin van Buuren ft. Duncan Laurence

In this song, we get to see what real pain and heartbreak really looks like. The singer's pain is conveyed through the lyrics in a very masterful and emotional way. Lyrics like "Pain is what happens with left over love" show that while love may be a strong emotion, but the feeling of heartbreak is even stronger. But an interesting thing to note is that the singer does not want the pain to go away for some reason. He is saying that "I'd rather feel something than be numb". This is not the kind of approach most people take towards pain, which is why I find this lyric the most intriguing.

Last Christmas cover Last Christmas by Wham!

This song is both happy and bitter at the same time. Usually Christmas is referred to as a happy, merry and jolly time. Mostly people remember Christmas for the good memories. But this singer is referring to the previous Christmas to recall horrible event that happened on that day. The singer is saying that he confessed his love to his lover, but got used and brutally rejected. Because of this, the singer learned a very important lesson. They decided to be very careful in terms of who to trust and who not to trust. The ending is happy because the singer is saying he has found someone who actually deserves his love.

Better Than We Found It cover Better Than We Found It by Maren Morris

It takes a very courageous person to write a song like this. Many celebrities and influencers do not like to use their platforms and their fame for political purposes. They like to stay as diplomatic as possible so that their fan base stays intact. But Maren has used her song to talk about the importance of speaking up in favor of something. If you really truly believe in something or support something, then you should be able to have the guts to support it. This song is the practical example of that.

Everybody Dies in Their Nightmares cover Everybody Dies in Their Nightmares by XXXTENTACION

This song is very deep and impactful. It is addressing the pressing issue of mental health. Mental health is something people do not take seriously. Often times, it can get hard for a person who is suffering from a mental health problem to be able to express their thoughts and emotions properly. And in a society where mental health problems are considered a stigma, these people feel too afraid to tell the world how they really feel. These lyrics are coming from a place of deep pain and sorrow. The singer has come to a point where he just wants to die.

Fallin' cover Fallin' by Why Don't We

Nothing can compare to the feeling of falling in love with someone. Falling in love is basically a whole new experience, and it makes you feel emotions that you have never felt before. This song is basically describing that feeling. When a person falls in love, it feels like the whole world just stops and everything else seizes to exists. Your heart starts beating really fast, and you feel a strong rush of adrenaline. But with this strong feeling comes an even stronger feeling of uncertainty and fear. When you love something so deeply, you are terrified of losing it.

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