7 Of My Favorite Twenty One Pilots Lyrics
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7 Of My Favorite Twenty One Pilots Lyrics

Why haven’t I started listening to Twenty One Pilots sooner?!

7 Of My Favorite Twenty One Pilots Lyrics

Allow me to be a bit mainstream for a moment...or however long it takes you to read this article. I have recently been really into my Twenty One Pilots station on Pandora. In the spirit of this new-found obsession of mine, this article is going to be my list of favorite Twenty One Pilots lyrics!

“I am not as fine as I seem. Pardon me for yelling and telling you green gardens are not what's growing in my psyche, it's a different me” – Migraine

Uhhh….YES. Super relatable! Who is actually really as fine as they seem? I know I put on a front a lot to make it seem like I have my stuff together….I really don’t ever. IT’S FINE

“The songs on the radio are okay, but my taste in music is your face” – Tear In My Heart

Honestly, I have no other words for these lyrics then, I like it. Someone should say that to me. There is so much meaning to this but at the same time nothing at all. I like it.

“And I will try with every rhyme to come across like I am dying to let you know you need to try to think” - Car Radio

One of my favorite songs from Twenty One Pilots. The song is so beautiful and deep. I couldn’t put the whole song on here so I picked these lyrics. Develop your own thoughts and remember how much power you have when you do so.

“Let's take this a second at a time. Let's take this one song, this one rhyme, together, let's breathe” – Guns For Hands

A nice reminder to take things one step at a time. Chill out. Look at things piece by piece before you try to look and understand the bigger picture.

“I'm a pro at imperfections. And I'm best friends with my doubt. And now that my mind's out… I'm thinking, 'Wow, I probably should've stayed inside my house.'” – The Judge

We have all been there at one point in time. You have all these thoughts and feelings rushing through your mind. When you actually stop to try to focus on one and understand it...it’s a big shock.

"No one else is dealing with your demons, meaning...Maybe defeating them could be the beginning of your meaning, friend" – Kitchen Sink

Once you start to focus on yourself and helping yourself, that is when you start to become who you are meant to be. Take a step back and reflect on yourself.

"Before you walk away, there's one more thing I want to say. Our brains are sick but that's okay" – Fake You Out

You are not alone when dealing with the feelings you are feeling. There are so much more people than you would think with the same problems as you. I promise it will get better, it just takes time. And you are not alone.

Why haven’t I started listening to Twenty One Pilots sooner?! The world may never know. All that matters is that I am now and I couldn’t be more content with life right now. Thank you, Tyler and Josh. Your music is happy as well as serious. It really makes you want to stop and listen to the lyrics. Once you do that, you are able to see the real meaning behind every word that is sung. Also, I can't write this article without a shoutout to my friend, Alyssa, who was also a pushing factor to start listing to Twenty One Piliots.
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