No Evil Lyrics by SiR

Read No Evil Lyrics.Is Its Classy Lyrics Are Written By SiR. It Official Music Video Has been Release Jan. 26, 2024 Day And Presen On The YouTube Channel And lyrics can be seen above here.

No Evil Lyrics by SiR

No Evil Lyrics by SiR

Ayy, ooh, ayy, ooh
Ayy, ooh, ayy, ooh
Ayy, ooh, ayy, ooh
Ah, ah, ah

Explanation of Intro
The intro sets the mood with repeated vocalizations and sounds, creating a sense of anticipation.

[Verse 1]
What’s your superpower?
Show me what you’re made of
I been lonely for days and days
But we’re one and the same
Pardon my superstition
But with my supervision
I see so much of myself
My past, my pain, my pride and my ego (Han, han, han, han)

Explanation of Verse 1
The narrator questions the listener’s strengths and abilities (“What’s your superpower?”) and expresses feelings of loneliness.Despite this, they feel a linkage with the listener, seeing common denominators between themselves and the listener. The narrator acknowledges their own superstitions but recognizes familiar traits in the listener.

But I see no evil
I see no evil
I see another reason for me to believe in the hero

Explanation of Chorus
The chorus emphasizes the narrator’s refusal to see evil (“I see no evil”) and finds hope and inspiration in the listener, referring to them as a hero.

[Verse 2]
Can you breathe underwater?
Should I dive any deeper?
What’s the name you want me to call you whenever I need you?
Are you here to get even?
Must be here for a reason
No point in tellin’ the truth when you’re bulletproof
And nobody cares to believe you (Han, han, han, han)

Explanation of Verse 2
The narrator continues to question the listener, asking if they possess extraordinary abilities like breathing underwater. Despite this, the narrator acknowledges the listener’s resilience and the difficulty of being believed when one is seemingly invulnerable.

But, baby, I see you
And I see no evil (I see no evil)
I see another reason for me to believe in the hero

Explanation of Chorus
The chorus is repeated, with the narrator affirming their belief in the listener and their refusal to see evil.

Watch ’em switch up
No one rollin’ with you, yeah
New position, move too fast, you gon’ miss it, yeah
Intermission is over once you hit the light (‘Ight, ‘ight, ‘ight, ‘ight)

Explanation of Outro
The outro touches on themes of change and isolation, with the narrator warning that relationships can shift unexpectedly (“Watch ’em switch up”). They warn against moving too snappily and skipping out on openings, hinting that revise is sure once the light is turned on.
collectedly,” Superpower” explores themes of kinship, pliancy, and the hunt for meaning in connections. Lucky Daye’s soulful lyrics and introspective lyrics produce a musing and study- firing track.

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