1.Who is going to put up with your Gemini sh*t like I do? 1. “I never had anybody with a love like you / It would be a shame not to see this through.”
This one is very direct. Wright, 35, is a Gemini and was born on June 9th, 1987. “And my love so good it hurts / You make it work ’cause you know my worth / And I can have any man I want / But I never had anybody with a love like you / It would be a shame not to see this through / Who gon’ put up with your Gemini sh*t like I do?” is how the second verse is fully phrased.
2. “We need to do this like, even if it takes us all of our lives / All of our lives / I’m willing to give it another try”
“Break Up Twice” is a song.
Lizzo discussed her relationship with Wright and how she fears monogamy and all of its “rules” during her appearance on The Breakfast Club. Even if their relationship turns out to be exclusive, she continued, she would prefer not to refer to it as monogamous. “I don’t worry about anyone else emotionally, sexually, or romantically.
I just have concerns for you. She said, “I’m just thinking of you. “I believe that a traditional marriage scares me for ten years, but love is eternal. I could love someone for all time. That’s what we have, in my opinion, and it’s the most lovely, pure thing ever.
Although it’s not clear if the two had serious issues that necessitated the need “to make up,” as in the song, her lyric “even if it’s gon’ take us all of our lives” could refer to an eternal reconciliation.
3.He calls me Melly and asks, “Girl, is this my boo?”
“To Be Loved (Am I Ready)” is a song.
Lizzo considers whether she is prepared for a relationship after ending a bad one in “2 Be Loved (Am I Ready). She claims to be “way too fine” to be here by herself but adds that she “don’t want a man.” She finally decides she’s prepared. “Yesterday I would have fled,” I’m not sure why, but I’m prepared.
She adds, “Guess I better learn to like this,” before going on to describe who or what it will “take my whole life” to learn to like. She wonders how she’s “supposed to love somebody else” when she doesn’t like herself. She seems to be referring to her new boyfriend in the song’s lyrics when she sings, “He call me Melly (Ayy),… Girl, is this my boo? (Is this my boo?)”
Lizzo, whose real name is Melissa Jefferson, discussed how those closest to her refer to her as Melissa in an interview with The Breakfast Club. “They don’t care if ‘Lizzo’ is wearing a chain. Everyone I’m close to has known me before all of this happened, and I think that’s important. They care about “Melissa,” she said. Even the man I’m with was acquainted with me prior to all of this. We were close. When they knew you before 2019, it hit differently.
4. “In Tulum, we pretended we were married, and that tiny little house was our home.”
a song by Coldplay
The last song on Special by Lizzo, “Coldplay,” features a sample of Coldplay’s “Yellow.” “In Tulum, we pretended we’re married / And that little tiny house was our home / It was so freein’ to know that we made it / To know that I never ever will be alone,” Lizzo croons in the song’s opening line.
Lizzo assured Lowe that each of those events took place. According to Lizzo, “This is one of my most literal songs ever.” “Everything I mention in the song really did occur. So yeah, I remember when we went to Tulum, we pretended we was married, I said as I sat in the booth. On that loop, I spoke for about 25, 30 minutes. I then experienced a really raw and sensitive reaction to it.