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Ivy Frank Ocean Lyrics

Ivy Frank Ocean Lyrics

Ivy Frank Ocean Lyrics

Ivy Frank Ocean Lyrics

You probably don’t know much about Frank Ocean. You might not have heard of him at all, unless you’re a music nerd.

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Parts of the song show Frank drowning in tears and filled with anger. In a November 2016 interview with the New York Times, Frank admitted to altering his voice in order to make it sound younger to better encapsulate the emotions of young love.

It features Ocean reminiscing "poignantly" and nostalgically about lost youth, innocence, love and sex, with the repeated lyric "I thought that I was dreaming when you said you loved me" plaintively addressing someone who's heart was broken by the narrator. The line "the feeling still deep down is good" highlights the ultimately worthwhile nature of the relationship. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

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I thought that I was dreaming when you said you love me The start of nothing I had no chance to prepare I couldn't see you coming The start of nothing I could hate you now It's quite alright to hate me now When we both know that deep down The feeling still deep down is good If I could see through walls, I could see you're faking If you could see my thoughts you would see our faces Safe in my rental like an armored truck back then We didn't give a f*ck back then I ain't a kid no more We'll never be those kids again We'd drive to Syd's, had the X6 back then Back then No matter what I did My waves wouldn't dip back then Everything sucked back then We were friends I thought that I was dreaming when you said you love me The start of nothing I had no chance to prepare I couldn't see you coming The start of nothing I could hate you now It's quite alright to hate me now When we both know that deep down The feeling still deep down is good In the halls of your hotel Arm around my shoulder so I could tell How much I meant to meant it sincere back then We had time to kill back then You ain't a kid no more We'll never be those kids again It's not the same, ivory's illegal Don't you remember? I broke your heart last week You'll probably feel better by the weekend Still remember, had you going crazy Scream my name The feeling deep down is good I thought that I was dreaming when you said you love me The start of nothing I had no chance to prepare I couldn't see you coming And we started from nothing I could hate you now It's alright to hate me now When we both know that deep down The feeling still deep down is good All the things I didn't mean to say I didn't mean to do There were things you didn't need to say You didn't need to need to I could dream all night Dream all night I could drive all night Drive all night Dreaming, dream on

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Like an armored truck, the emotional walls Frank put up when he was younger were hard to get past—he didn’t let this person fully in. While this made him safer, it may be the reason why their relationship ended. Frank does however affirm the idea that the relationship was worthwhile and a memory to keep.

How I listen to music. Not on purpose, but I let time pass then re-visit the album. I listened to this song yesterday and let it marinate and started to cry thinking about my current situation...... Classic, classic song. Played it like 10x’s plus since..... (Source: lyricsjonk.com)

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"Ivy" is a song by American R&B singer Frank Ocean, released as a part of his 2016 studio album Blonde. The minimalistic guitar-driven song embodies indie rock, avant-R&B and guitar pop, with its nostalgic lyrics exploring memories of a lost love. Ocean wrote the song with frequent collaborator Malay Ho, and produced it with Om'Mas Keith and former Vampire Weekend multi-instrumentalist Rostam Batmanglij, the latter of whom also arranged the track. Guitars on the track are performed by a musician credited as Fish. The track appeared on multiple year-end lists, with some critics describing it as amongst Ocean's best work, and charted at number 80 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, despite not being released as a single.

"Ivy" is a song by American R&B singer Frank Ocean, released as a part of his 2016 studio album Blonde. The minimalistic guitar-driven song embodies indie rock, avant-R&B and guitar pop, with its nostalgic lyrics exploring memories of a lost love. Ocean wrote the song with frequent collaborator Malay Ho, and produced it with Om'Mas Keith and former Vampire Weekend multi-instrumentalist Rostam Batmanglij, the latter of whom also arranged the track. Guitars on the track are performed by a musician credited as Fish. The track appeared on multiple year-end lists. with some critics describing it as amongst Ocean's best work, and charted at number 80 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, despite not being released as a single. more » (Source: www.lyrics.com)

 

 

 

 

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