My god-sister getting married by the lake
But I couldn't figure out who I'd wanna take
Bad enough that I showed up late
I had to leave before they even cut the cake
Yet another struggle of the stereotypical male celebrity: one can get all the women in the world, but has not developed the deep connection needed to trust them. Therefore, one can infer that they shouldn’t be taken to an important event like this, because they are just meaningless flings.
(He’s choosing to stay committed to non-commitment… even when it comes to his own family)
And of course, because celebrities are on tight-run schedules, his fast-paced life reduces the time he can spend with the people he cares most about (or have the potential of caring most about, with regard to relationships).
“Bad enough that I showed up late” is also a nod to his second album, Late Registration.
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