Penelope Scott: Montreal Meaning
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I haven't counted in a while it might be a few more
Then there's seven days for Spring and maybe one more in between
And then on top of all the everything assuming I survive
anonymous Jun 11th report
I think Penelope is talking about how she doesnt want adulthood. In Montreal she states that 'I wanted the coffee job, the weather, the apartment, but i dont think i want anything anymore.' this probably means in her childhood she was excited for adulthood, but now she doesn't.
anonymous Apr 2nd report
I think Penelope is talking about how she how she thinks everyone thinks she's not gonna make it to adulthood. And apparently she agrees. Also in one of her other songs, it says "I wasn't supposed to be around this long". Or maybe how people she knows are gonna have a lot of opportunities, while she wouldn't. Also GIFTED BURNOUT ANTHEM.
anonymous Nov 27th 2021 report
It could be about friends aspiring to be something special or a famous person, specifically making it big in Montreal, but Penelope knows she doesn’t want to live to adulthood.
anonymous Aug 4th 2021 report
I think Penelope is saying how she feels like she isn’t going to make it to Montreal, wether she’s talking about the place or something exciting her friends are doing. Her mental health is slacking and she feels like things she used to look forward to don’t make her happy anymore.
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