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Mac Miller - Good News

[Verse 1]
I spent the whole day in my head
Do a little spring cleanin'
I'm always too busy dreamin'
Well, maybe I should wake up instead
A lot of things I regret, but I just say I forget
Why can't it just be easy?
Why does everybody need me to stay?
Oh, I hate the feelin'
When you're high, but you're underneath the ceilin'
Got the cards in my hand, I hate dealin', yeah
Get everything I need, then I'm gone, but it ain't stealin'
Can I get a break?
I wish that I could just get out my goddamn way
What is there to say?
There ain't a better time than today
Well, maybe I'll lay down for a little, yeah
Instead of always tryin' to figure everything out
And all I do is say sorry
Half the time I don't even know what I'm sayin' it about

Good news, good news, good news
That's all they wanna hear
No, they don't like it when I'm down
But when I'm flyin', oh
It make 'em so uncomfortable
So different, what's the difference?

“Good News” is Mac Miller’s first officially released music since his death in September of 2018. It is also the first single from Miller’s sixth studio album and first posthumous project "Circles". On the track, Miller discusses many of the same themes seen on his last record, Swimming. He speaks on feeling no reprieve from negative feelings in life, while the people around him only want him to say that he’s good, wanting him to suppress the negative feelings he has all the time. The track’s music video features clips of Miller recording music, as well as many animated nature-scapes depicting the positive parts of the world that Miller wants to find on the track. The track first appeared online on September 1, 2019. At the time, it was rumored to be part of an unreleased project that Miller was working on around the time of the release of his fifth studio album "Swimming" in August 2018. It was later released, along with an accompanying music video, and finally confirmed to be on his posthumous album "Circles", on January 9, 2020.

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