What does Juliet mean?

Search Login

Cavetown: Juliet Meaning

Tagged:

No tags, suggest one.

Song Released: 2018


Get "Juliet" on MP3:

Get MP3 from Amazon

Juliet Lyrics

I need to cry
But I can't
Get anything out of my eyes
Or my head, did I die?
I need to run
But I can't
Get out of bed for anyone
Not for you, hun
My sour boy is a pain
I wanna shoot him in the brain
But I'd miss him in the morning
It...

  1. anonymous
    click a star to vote
    Mar 4th report

    Perhaps "Juliet is about Robbie, the song writer's experience with gender dysphoria. Juliet represents his dead gender, female, while Sour Boy is Robbie's goal. "I wanna make a color that no one has ever seen" may be a reference to how Blue and Pink are gender colors, so maybe making a new one is what Robbie wants.

  2. anonymous
    click a star to vote
    Dec 22nd report

    My interpretation of this song is that it is showing how he (Cavetown) feels on some of his low days. He wants to get up and talk about it but he can't find the energy or the motivation. He wants to do better and do the impossible like making a new color and it is keeping him down. He feels like there is a bully in his head telling him how terrible he is even though that's not true.
    The song may even be saying that Juliet is someone who keeps him going and keeps him motivated even in those really though days.


More Cavetown song meanings ยป


 


Submit Your Interpretation

[ want a different song? ]





Just Posted

Half the World Away anonymous
Baker Street anonymous
Down Boys anonymous
Serpentine Fire anonymous
Champagne Problems anonymous
Rich and Blind anonymous
Wishing Well anonymous
Change Your Ticket anonymous
Something to Remind You anonymous
I See Fire anonymous
Price Tag anonymous
Man in the Box anonymous
The Beach anonymous
Two Out of Three Ain't Bad anonymous
Barbie Girl anonymous

Get a weekly email update

(We won't give out your email)

Latest Releases

Not Yet
Brett Young
Fill Them Boots
Chris Lane
Your Man
Josh Turner
Bunch Of Nothing
Eric Church
Country Again
Thomas Rhett
Half Of My Hometown
Kelsea Ballerini
Long Haul
Ian Munsick
Astronaut In The Ocean
Our Last Night