If I Was A Question Would You Be My Answer, My Answer Is No

This song appears on the TMRW EP, the follow-up to “YSTRDY.” Christopher is asking if someone will always be there to be the peanut butter to his jelly.He’s admitting he… Read More 

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If I was the question, would you be my answer?If I was the music, would you be the dancer?If I was the student, would you be the teacher?If I was the sinner, would you be the preacher?Would you be my…N' dun d-dun dunI still got a lot of shit to learn, I'll admit itN' dun d-dun dunI still got a lot of shit to learn, I'll admit itFeeling like a digit in a system, just another stupid numberI don't know, know, knowEverything is twisted, I can feel itIt's another stupid summer where it's cold, cold, coldAnd we can do it on our ownHead up to a place where baby no one goesIn a rocket full of liquor, in a Polaroid for picturesBaby you should stop me, 'fore I lose controlHow imperfect a person am I?Go through your purse and put on your disguiseYou see the stars, but they just see the skiesAnd you see my scars, what do they see?
If I was the question, would you be my answer?If I was the music, would you be the dancer?If I was the student, would you be the teacher?If I was the sinner, would you be the preacher?Would you be my…N' dun d-dun dunI still got a lot of shit to learn, I'll admit itN' dun d-dun dunI still got a lot of shit to learn, I'll admit itN' dun d-dun dunWe still got a lot of shit to learn, just admit itN' dun d-dun dunWe still got a lot of shit to learn, don't you get it?Got your finger on the trigger and you aiming'at the mirrorDon't you shoot, that ain't you, nahCause on the outside you pretendingBut you hurtin' in the inner, what's the truth, what's the truth now?How imperfect a person am I?Go through your purse and put on your disguiseYou see the stars, but they just see the skiesAnd you see my scars what do they see?
If I was the question, would you be my answer?If I was the music, would you be the dancer?If I was the student, would you be the teacher?If I was the sinner, would you be the preacher?Would you be my…N' dun d-dun dunI still got a lot of shit to learn, I'll admit itN' dun d-dun dunI still got a lot of shit to learn, I'll admit itIf I was the question, would you be my answer?If I was the music, would you be the dancer?If I was the student, would you be the teacher?If I was the sinner, would you be the preacher?If I was the question, would you be my answer?If I was the music, would you be the dancer?If I was the student, would you be the teacher?If I was the sinner, would you be the preacher?Would you be my…N' dun d-dun dunI still got a lot of shit to learn, I'll admit itN' dun d-dun dunI still got a lot of shit to learn, I'll admit it
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This song appears on the TMRW EP, the follow-up to “YSTRDY.” Christopher is asking if someone will always be there to be the peanut butter to his jelly.

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He’s admitting he doesn’t know everything, and is willing to do what it takes to learn.He also addresses a girl who seems to be hiding an inner sadness inside of her.

Christopher has a theory about why this song is popular. He told NRJ Sweden: “The reason why it’s been so successful is because it’s relatable. I feel like everyone kind of feels that way. For me, it was something I wanted to say. And I think people agreed. People thought the same way.”

Christopher has a clear memory of how he wrote “Lot to Learn.” Christopher to NRJ Sweden: “I’ll sit down on the piano and come up with a chorus. For ‘Lot to Learn,’ that’s kinda how I did it. I sat down on the piano and then kinda wrote the chorus and then made the beat and then did the other stuff afterwards.”

For Christopher, the song is about maturing, and being honest about your shortcomings. He told Billboard: “I feel like the song is really about humility and growing as a person. We wanted to capture the fact that we all do shit that we aren’t proud of. To be honest, everyday, I’m learning from my mistakes.”

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