I’m not sure if I can blame the song for my bad relationship with my girlfriend, but maybe I can, at least in part, blame myself for the way I felt when I first met her.
The song is one of those moments in music where you get a glimpse of an inner life that you would prefer to keep hidden. I’ve always felt that people who like pop music, and particularly rap music, don’t have a lot of inner lives. It’s something that I’ve been very interested in and trying to read more about.
The song is about a girl who meets a boy and instantly feels like he is her soul mate, but after a while she begins to feel like they share some of the same personality traits. It also goes into some very weird details about the girl’s relationship with her parents, and also goes into a rather detailed, but not really funny, account of a couple of bad relationships while growing up in the same town.
Some people have a tendency to avoid relationships because of the baggage a relationship brings to their lives. I think that’s very valid and understandable. But for someone who has an active, active relationship outside of the relationship, it can be really hard to be able to just be in the relationship and not feel like you’re the object of their attention.
That’s a bit of an oversimplification, but basically the song is about two people who are having a hard time accepting each other for who they are. But it really is about a bunch of other things, too. The song is about how often people with a lot of baggage feel like they have to take care of each other or else it will all turn out to be a bad relationship.
The song also talks about how people with a lot of baggage can become very clingy, and in fact if you are the object of someone’s significant other’s attention, you will definitely become clingy. I think that is a really good example of how much baggage one has to carry, and how much baggage one has to carry is probably inversely proportional to how much one is willing to give up.
Like the song, I think it is interesting to look at how a relationship can turn from one of intense love and passion into one of less intense intimacy and dependency. Some people have a lot of baggage in their relationship, but I think that it is actually the negative baggage (i.e. the pain that you carry around with you, like a bad habit) that cause any negative relationship to become so negative that it can tear apart a relationship in the end.
That’s not to say that a person who is in a relationship that is truly happy and healthy is incapable of having negative baggage, but that if they are, we can often find a way to avoid it.
I think that you can be in a relationship that is happy and healthy, but you still carry around a lot of negative baggage. Some of the worst things i.e. things that you carry around with you that are just a part of your personality without actually being your true self, actually make you a bad person to be around.
I have to admit that one of my favorite quotes that i have ever heard about negative baggage comes from a book called I Want You. I don’t remember where I read this quote, but I always liked it so I thought I’d share.