you don't know her like i do lyrics

anonymous asked:

The ut,uf,us,sf brothers react to melanie martinez,plus what's their favorite song from her?(look her up if you don't know who she is. She is a great singer.)

(I love her) I won’t be doing fav songs because I suck at matching songs with characters.~ Mod God


UT Sans: He likes her music. It’s good to play in the background as he drifts off into sleep.

UT Papyrus: He likes the music, but the lyrics of most of her songs concern him.

UF Sans: He relates to a lot of the songs which is concerning. Imagine him listening to Cry Baby, laughing, and saying same.

UF Papyrus: He will never admit to liking her music, but she is one of his favorite artists.

US Sans: Same as UT Pap

US Papyrus: He finds her music very catchy. He’ll hum along to certain songs when there on.

SF Sans: He knows all of her songs by heart. He will gladly play any of her songs.

SF Papyrus: He doesn’t mind her music he just wishes his brother would stop playing them all the time.

alteyv  asked:

OK, but is 'The Long and Winding Road' for John? I don't know any story about the song, I only have lyrics that brings me a lot of mcln-feelings and tears. It was 1969 so I think lyrics match perfectly. It sounds for me like 'You broke my heart on Abbey road, you left me for her, I tried so hard to return to you and I don't know what to do now 'cuz I still love you'. Don't you tell me you've never cried over this song!

I’ll tell you a story about this song. I never actually loved it, it was never my favourite beatles song. When I went to Paul’s concert 4 years ago it was the song that hit me the most, I cried like a baby, it was so emotional. 

All the songs in the Let it Be and Abbey Road album written by Paul are about loss, separation and broken hearts. Paul was engaged with Linda in 1969 and seemed quite happy too, so WHY WOULD HE WRITE SUCH A SAD COMPILATION OF SONGS?

Because he was breaking up with John, he was losing him, and tried his best to have him back. He knew it was over and he could do nothing but sing his desperation away. ‘let it be’ is about dreaming his mother telling him that that’s life, that he had to let it happen, no matter if it hurted. ‘Oh!darling’ was a desperate scream of love. ‘The long and winding road’ is his resignation, he gave up, singing how much he tried to come back to him, to put the pieces together and start again.

Many times I’ve been alone
And many times I’ve cried
Any way you’ll never know
The many ways I’ve tried

He’s completely lost and desperate, still begging forgiveness from John, waiting for him to come back 

Don’t leave me standing here
Lead me to your door

We all know that it will never happen. 

‘Cause you don’t know her like I do
You’ll never understand
You don’t know we’ve been through
That girl’s my best friend
And there’s no way you’re gonna help me
She’s the only one who can
No, you don’t know how much I’ve got to lose
You don’t know her like I do
—  — Brantley Gilbert - You Don’t Know Her Like I Do

erikisaheretic  asked:

I saw you in Pittsburgh and asked you to write "Stay Alive" for me, and I've been thinking about using the writing itself in my first tattoo. I wanted to ask if you would be okay with that? I don't want to do it if it would feel too weird for you.

I’m ok with it of course, it’s your body, do as you like with it – when people ask me to write out a lyric it’s sometimes for this purpose. And I’m totally honored. But I’d really suggest that you find a tattoo artist whose thing is lettering and ask him or her to render the phrase in the raddest lettering they know, maybe if it’s somebody who’s open to listening to one of those two songs on TY they might have an idea about making the letters out of, I don’t know, Stay Alive sliders or something. Rifles and hay-straws. Trains.

I suggest this latter because of a view I try to encourage people to join me in adopting: the opinion that I am not special. When people want it in my handwriting, I feel like there’s a sort of elevating-me-as-an-individual aspect to it, and I seek to discourage this. Because it’s not about me. I do a thing and I hope it’s good, I work very hard at it, and I’m super excited and proud and grateful when it connects with people, and if it connects at a super-deep level and is more than helpful and reaches that level of connection that only music really ever makes in its own incredible way, then that is the raddest. It makes me feel so good. But it still doesn’t mean I am in any way special as a person. It means that my work is good. It makes me much, much prouder to think “I’ve done good work” than it would to think “I must be something, to have made this good music.” You know? So, again, do exactly what you want, it’s your body, but because neither I nor my handwriting are anything really special, I would go with some bad-ass tattoo lettering that elevates the sentiment. Let the tattoo artist work, is my philosophy on tattoos, asking “do this exactly” of one cheats you out of the opportunity to let an artist really shine. 

But if your opinion of my handwriting is “that looks completely awesome, nothing could be better” then go for it of course. 

anonymous asked:

I believe you're missing the point. Taylor didn't mind when a small group were shipping their friendship. But then it became some conspiracy.. Her family, friends were liars. She's fake, her lyrics were fake. She dated girls since HS. You think she didn't see it? And most likely didn't like it. Don't compare how Selena handled a situation to Taylor. Bc Selena didn't have blogs created about she/ Cara in some secret lesbian affair.

While I do understand the point I think you’re trying to make, here’s where I stand on the whole thing.

1. I’m sure Taylor has seen Kaylor blogs, I know she has, she’s liked things from them, and even follows them. Now, considering Taylor has a certain number of blogs she can follow, why would she choose to follow blogs that post solely, or at least mostly, about something she dislikes, or that makes her uncomfortable?

2. Taylor could have literally cleared up the rumors (like Selena did with Cara) by simply saying, “Oh wow, I’m flattered, but no..”

As far as Taylor being fake, and her lyrics being fake, I don’t feel that way at all. Music is subjective, Taylor has said herself that she doesn’t have to be in a relationship to write a song about someone, that she can just as easily write lyrics about someone she has fairly minimal interaction with, and quite frankly, that’s one of the reasons I believe she’s such an amazing songwriter. 

This isn’t the illuminati, I would hardly classify Kaylor as a “conspiracy theory.” I have my opinions, you have yours, and like I said in a previous ask, if Taylor (or Karlie) were to ever either explicitly say “I am straight” or do something that made it obvious they weren’t together (get married, have kids, etc) then I could let it go.

What frustrates me about asks like this isn’t that you don’t believe in Kaylor, because we all have our opinions. What is frustrating is that to believe that Taylor could ever have/have had a relationship with a woman must mean I think she’s faked her entire career/personal life, when in reality, that isn’t the case at all. Like I said, I am not pressed in the slightest that you don’t think Kaylor is real, or that Taylor possibly being less than 100% hetero is something you see as a conspiracy. What does make me sad is that if she is indeed in a closeted relationship (or has been), people that would say “she’s faked her entire career! I thought I knew her!” are probably the biggest reason she still is.