What About Me? by Louise Michelle Bomber
Pink Is Back With an Empowering New Song and, Finally, a New Album
But, in the end, there had still been a kiss, and that was more than enough of a reason for Mason to be upset with her. She knew the best thing to do was give Mason what he needed. Originally, that had been time. But, several days had passed and Hannah knew that at some point, they needed to discuss it again. She knocked lightly on the door. Log in Sign up. Pink P!
Driving to work this morning, I found myself crying big, ugly tears blasting P! Since then, I have been in and out of therapy, trying to understand that the traits I have long regarded as part of my personality are actually symptoms of a mental illness. But it has robbed me of much of the pride and satisfaction that should come with these milestones, and left me teetering on the edge of destroying it all. It has replaced joy and fulfillment with worry, self-doubt and dread. It has reared its ugly head in frantic 3 a.
I've been sitting feeling sorry for me. Since a week ago last week. I guess maybe I should change my clothes and wash the lipstick off my cheek. I can't explain how all this feels. I close my eyes and I can still see you laughing, singing, holding my hand, walking away. What about me?
The song, which is best described as a protest song, contains lyrics that talk about how politicians, leaders and the powers that be have disappointed the ordinary people. President Donald Trump and his policies that appear to worsen the plights of various minority groups in America. Pink has however, not confirmed or denied that. April 23, April 10, February 21,
A good music video can completely transform its subject matter, creating a new context that completely changes how listeners hear the song. Pink's What About Us music video is one such achievement, recasting her new single as a politically-inspired anthem for a wounded America. The video tells the story of a lost generation, its themes mirroring the pain of the many Americans who feel abandoned and unheard in today's society. In the context of the video, Pink's lyrics take on a different meaning, reading as a message to those in power from the people they left behind. We are searchlights, we can see in the dark We are rockets, pointed up at the stars We are billions of beautiful hearts And you sold us down the river too far What about us? What about all the times you said you had the answers?