Apparently Lana Del Rey just confirmed that not all bad boys turn into good ones, but maybe they can just be good when it comes to their lady. “Boys Boys Boys” by Grace The lyrics include, “Mama say ‘I'm 'bout to get burned if I'm playing with the fire.” In case you didn’t know, the word fire is a metaphor for boys and that’s just any male species. Don’t say Ariana Grande didn’t warn you with these lyrics, “Boy, you make me make bad decisions.” At least the sex is amazing!
One of the best things about country music is that we as fans can easily relate to it. One emotion that country music has always gone good with is sadness. These artists put their own emotions into every lyric, every note, and every beat.
” Considering he’s spying on her from a closet—whose, hers? A night out takes a painful turn when she runs into her former flame and his “new friend,” who don’t notice her as they make out on the dance floor.
She seems to dance not to express herself but to prove to the world she’s all right when in actually she’s “…in the corner / Watching you kiss her.” The next lines, “I’m right over here / Why can’t you see me? The idea that anyone—even an ex—would betray handsome R&B teddy bear Ne-Yo seems preposterous.
“Some people call it a one-night stand / But we can call it paradise.” Not that the song’s pensive video full of dancing Sri Lankan children has anything to do with any of that. Garfunkel And Oates, “One Night Stand” (2011)To hump or not to hump?
For the comedy-music duo Garfunkel And Oates, the answer to that question is easy: “This might be strange to tell you / And I swear I’m not a whore / But there are 206 bones in my body / And I’d really like one more,” they sing in “One Night Stand,” a pointed look at the ins and outs of 21st-century sex.
With so many pop stars open about their bisexuality, it's no surprise there are plenty of songs about being attracted to both men and women.
LGBT artists have long explored, celebrated, and sometimes lamented what it's like to be bisexual in their music.
He’s a little bit clingy, if not obsessive: “All the plans we’ve made don’t work if you’re not around” devolves a few lines late The production sheen on Jawbreaker’s major-label album brought Blake Schwarzenbach’s storytelling to the forefront, and in the album’s hookiest song, the singer-guitarist is a shoulder to cry on at a house party.
However, in his single “Forever Now,” his carefully constructed apologies and amends to a (presumably) estranged partner come crashing down because he catches her doing the unthinkable: “I watch you kiss him softly the same way you kissed me.” The rest of the song details Ne-Yo’s long, slow emotional collapse (“And I scream, ‘What am I gonna do with forever now?
’”) as his happily-ever-after fantasy crashes down around him.
It’s been the song of choice for too many American Idol, The Voice, and every other singing competition audition and it’s just kind of getting old.
However, I do feel it definitely deserves to be on this list.