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LIL PEEP - Life is Beautiful

[Verse 1]
I know that it hurts sometimes, but it's beautiful
Working every day, now you're bleeding through your cuticles
Passing through a portal as you're sittin' in your cubicle
Isn't life beautiful? I think that life is beautiful
Tryin' to keep your cool at your grandfather's funeral
Finding out eventually the feeling wasn't mutual
You were not invited 'cause you're nothing like the usual
Isn't life beautiful? I think that life is beautiful
You wanna see your friends, but you're stuck inside a hospital
Doctor walks in and he tells you that it's terminal
Tumor in your brain and they're sayin' it's inoperable
Isn't life beautiful? I think that life is beautiful
They'll kill your little brother and they'll tell you he's a criminal
They'll fucking kill you too, so you better not get physical
Welcome to America, the type of shit is typical
Isn't life beautiful? I think that life is beautiful

[Verse 2]
Wake up in the morning, now you doing the impossible
Find out what's important, now you're feeling philosophical
When I die, I'll pack my bags, move somewhere more affordable
Isn't life horrible? I think that life is horrible
You think she's adorable, she thinks that you're intolerable
You think you can do it, but your chances are improbable
Once you feel unstoppable, you run into an obstacle
Isn't life comical? I think that life is comical

“Life is Beautiful” is the third single off of Peep’s posthumous album, Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 2. The song is a remix of a previous Lil Peep song known as “Life” which was released as one of his first songs and was apart of the Feelz EP. It was produced by TeamSesh’s own Drip-133. The song’s lyrical content dives into themes of life, death, and depression. Peep sings regarding the negative aspects of life while also recognizing the beauty of life. Bouncing back and forth between these two ideologies, the song finally settles on its initial depressing theme with Peep imagining a death alone in his room from a drug overdose. The song’s lyrical content inadvertently was reflected in Peep’s life when he died on November 15, 2017 from an accidental overdose on fentanyl and xanax. The album itself was released just under a year after Peep’s death.

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