Sorry, but this text is not in our database!
If you know the text, you can help with the development BeatZone and add text.
“emily” is a song that is set beyond the honeymoon phase of a relationship, and highlights differing views and a stubborn approach to its potential demise. The song somewhat serves as a sequel to the aptly-named song “please,” which features on the EP’s predecessor "brent" and details a desperate attempt at salvaging a faltering relationship—albeit in a less destructive way than this song. This isn’t the first time Jeremy Zucker has penned a song titled after a person, as in March 2020 he released “julia,” which he later revealed to be a true story when describing his writing process in an April 2020 interview with tmrw: "I’m not the type of person to think up a fiction and try to express it as art […] I think what I do has meaning to me when it’s the most real, and the most real I can be is to talk about my experiences and the feelings that come with them." "'We had both been in very dysfunctional relationships—and it’s not a specific story, and Emily isn’t a specific person, but we ended up using the name. We weren’t going to call somebody out. Chelsea’s middle name is Emily, so I was like, ‘Oh, that’s kind of cute.’" - via Apple Music