Scars are with you forever.
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Ed was always very patient in making a name for himself. He often performed in front of small crowds and even no crowds. His friends, on the other hand, have the “get rich quick” attitude.
No matter how much Colgate goes on those pearly whites of his, he’s still spitting profanity.
Devlin gets as high off his rapping as people get off doing crack/coke (snorting lines).
Check out that pale ass face
This girl expects something big out of their relationship but he’s kind of just going with the flow.
Just like Princess Fiona in the aforementioned fairy-tale movie Shrek, the girl has hoped to find her “Prince Charming”. Hoping implies that there’s a chance he couldn’t be.
Not literally killed, but killed by the people who ignore him, neglect him. He goes unknown, “quietly”.
He’s widowed and like, REALLY LONELY. It’s worse because he’s got no one to live for but goes on living.
This song seems to be taking a direct stab at the government, sworn to protect and uphold the rights of its citizens but clearly things are not all rainbows and cupcakes.