Clever kids prefer adult company
But that was never me
I would dance like there was no-one watching
I would dance like I was loveless and proud

Equals - Trap lyrics meaning

Meaning

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It’s another reference to youthful idealism, basically. So that when you’re young you can dancelike no one’s watching - so you don’t care what people think of you, you don’t care that no one loves you. You’re proud of who you are anyway.

So, it’s that kind of… yeah, it’s a comment on the purity of youth, I guess, compared to the cynicism of adult life.

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