In the "A Snippet into Billie's Mind" video for xanny , Billie states that the song was written the day after a party where her friends "were Juuling, throwing up, drinking. Kept throwing up, kept drinking more". According to Billie, nobody was fazed by the situation at all and she was watching her friends "become completely not who they were". At this party, a girl was smoking two cigarettes and blew the smoke into Billie's face, which inspired the sound of the chorus, as Billie stated it was meant to "sound like what it feels to be in secondhand smoke". The production of the song began one night when Billie came into a room in which her brother and his girlfriend were sleeping and began playing the piano, coming up with the song's chord progression and one of its lyrics. The song discusses the glorification of drug use, drinking, and smoking. It speaks on how more teenagers and young adults are getting into drugs and alcohol over time and how it is becoming normalized in society. Billie stated that the song is not necessarily telling people not to do drugs, but rather to be safe when doing so.
The singer and her brother Finneas O'Connell co-wrote it, whilst the latter solely handled its production. Musically, it was described as a mid-tempo and jazz -influenced pop ballad. Eilish recalled being inspired by several artists during the track's creation, most notably by Frank Sinatra. Productionwise, her distorted falsetto vocals are prominently layered over a similarly deformed bass in the drop of "Xanny", replicating the feeling of secondhand smoke. Lyrically, Eilish addresses substance abuse among teenagers; she was specifically inspired by the negative effects it had on her friends and ultimately on her.
Billie Eilish Lyrics. What is it about them? I must be missing something They just keep doing nothing Too intoxicated to be scared Better off without them They're nothing but unstable Bring ashtrays to the table And that's about the only thing they share I'm in their second-hand smoke Still just drinking canned Coke I don't need a Xanny to feel better On designated drives home Only one who's not stoned Don't give me a Xanny now or ever Can you check your Uber rating? Oh my god And it's like, wait, like, when? Waking up at sundown They're late to every party Nobody's ever sorry Too inebriated now to dance Morning as they come down come down Their pretty heads are hurting hurting They're awfully bad at learning learning Make the same mistakes Blame circumstance I'm in their second-hand smoke Still just drinking canned Coke I don't need a Xanny to feel better On designated drives home Only one who's not stoned Don't give me a Xanny now or ever Please don't try to kiss me on the sidewalk On your cigarette break I can't afford to love someone Who isn't dying by mistake In Silver Lake What is it about them? I must be missing something They just keep doing nothing Too intoxicated to be scared Come down Hurting Learning. Submit Corrections. Lyrics licensed by.
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