Stan Lyrics - Eminem



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"Stan" may be a song by American rapper Eminem, including British artist Dido. Discharged in 2000 as the third single from Eminem's third collection, "The Marshall Mathers LP," the melody tells the story of an fixated fan named Stan who composes letters to Eminem communicating his adoration and developing disappointment at not getting a reaction. The song's verses are displayed as a arrangement of letters from Stan to Eminem, with each verse uncovering more around Stan's falling apart mental state.


[Intro: Dido]
My tea's gone cold, I'm wondering why I
Got out of bed at all
The morning rain clouds up my window
And I can't see at all
And even if I could, it'd all be grey
But your picture on my wall
It reminds me that it's not so bad, it's not so bad


Explanation of Intro:
The song starts with Dido singing the chorus, setting a melancholic tone as she depicts a inauspicious day and finds comfort in a picture on her divider. This sets the organize for Stan's to begin with letter, which is filled with fervor and enthusiasm to put through with his symbol.


[Chorus: Dido]
My tea's gone cold, I'm wondering why I
Got out of bed at all
The morning rain clouds up my window
And I can't see at all
And even if I could, it'd all be grey
But your picture on my wall
It reminds me that it's not so bad, it's not so bad


Explanation of Chorus:
The chorus of "Stan," performed by Dido, typifies the somber environment and passionate turmoil that plagues the tune. It depicts a disheartening morning where the protagonist's tea has gone cold, including to the sense of dissatisfaction and addressing almost the reason of getting out of bed. The rain clouds discourage the see from the window, strengthening the sentiments of separation and lose hope. Indeed on the off chance that the hero might see clearly, everything would appear gray and dead. In any case, the nearness of Eminem's picture on the divider serves as a update that there's a flicker of trust in the midst of the obscurity, giving a few comfort and viewpoint. This refrain sets the arrange for the contemplative and disturbed account that unfurls in "Stan."


[Verse 1: Eminem]
Dear Slim, I wrote you, but you still ain't callin'
I left my cell, my pager and my home phone at the bottom
I sent two letters back in autumn, you must not've got 'em
There probably was a problem at the post office or somethin'
Sometimes I scribble addresses too sloppy when I jot 'em
But anyways, fuck it, what's been up, man? How's your daughter?
My girlfriend's pregnant too, I'm 'bout to be a father
If I have a daughter, guess what I'ma call her? I'ma name her Bonnie
I read about your Uncle Ronnie too, I'm sorry
I had a friend kill himself over some bitch who didn't want him
I know you probably hear this every day, but I'm your biggest fan
I even got the underground shit that you did with Skam
I got a room full of your posters and your pictures, man
I like the shit you did with Rawkus too, that shit was phat
Anyways, I hope you get this, man, hit me back
Just to chat, truly yours, your biggest fan, this is Stan
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Explanation of Verse 1:
Stan introduces himself and clarifies his profound adoration for Eminem, referencing particular tunes and minutes from Eminem's career. He moreover offers individual subtle elements, such as his girlfriend's pregnancy and his plans to title his girl after Eminem. Stan notices his disturbed past, counting a friend's suicide, and relates to Eminem's possess battles, showing a solid enthusiastic association to the rapper's music.


[Chorus: Dido]
My tea's gone cold, I'm wondering why I
Got out of bed at all
The morning rain clouds up my window
And I can't see at all
And even if I could, it'd all be grey
But your picture on my wall
It reminds me that it's not so bad, it's not so bad


Explanation of Chorus:
The chorus of "Stan," performed by Dido, typifies the somber environment and passionate turmoil that plagues the tune. It depicts a disheartening morning where the protagonist's tea has gone cold, including to the sense of dissatisfaction and addressing almost the reason of getting out of bed. The rain clouds discourage the see from the window, strengthening the sentiments of separation and lose hope. Indeed on the off chance that the hero might see clearly, everything would appear gray and dead. In any case, the nearness of Eminem's picture on the divider serves as a update that there's a flicker of trust in the midst of the obscurity, giving a few comfort and viewpoint. This refrain sets the arrange for the contemplative and disturbed account that unfurls in "Stan."


[Verse 2: Eminem]
Dear Slim, you still ain't called or wrote, I hope you have a chance
I ain't mad, I just think it's fucked up you don't answer fans
If you didn't want to talk to me outside your concert, you didn't have to
But you coulda signed an autograph for Matthew
That's my little brother, man, he's only six years old
We waited in the blisterin' cold for you, for four hours, and you just said, "no"
That's pretty shitty, man, you're like his fuckin' idol
He wants to be just like you, man, he likes you more than I do
I ain't that mad, though I just don't like bein' lied to
Remember when we met in Denver? You said if I'd write you, you would write back
See, I'm just like you in a way: I never knew my father neither
He used to always cheat on my mom and beat her
I can relate to what you're sayin' in your songs
So when I have a shitty day, I drift away and put 'em on
'Cause I don't really got shit else, so that shit helps when I'm depressed
I even got a tattoo with your name across the chest
Sometimes I even cut myself to see how much it bleeds
It's like adrenaline, the pain is such a sudden rush for me
See, everything you say is real, and I respect you 'cause you tell it
My girlfriend's jealous 'cause I talk about you 24/7
But she don't know you like I know you, Slim, no one does
She don't know what it was like for people like us growin' up
You gotta call me, man, I'll be the biggest fan you'll ever lose
Sincerely yours, Stan—P.S. We should be together too


Explanation of Verse 2:
Stan's second letter uncovers his developing disillusionment at not getting a reaction from Eminem. He relates a time when he and his more youthful brother held up for hours to meet Eminem after a concert, as it were to be disregarded. Stan moreover uncovers that, like Eminem, he had a troublesome childhood and finds asylum in Eminem's music amid extreme times.


[Chorus: Dido]
My tea's gone cold, I'm wondering why I
Got out of bed at all
The morning rain clouds up my window
And I can't see at all
And even if I could, it'd all be grey
But your picture on my wall
It reminds me that it's not so bad, it's not so bad


Explanation of Chorus:
The chorus of "Stan," performed by Dido, typifies the somber environment and passionate turmoil that plagues the tune. It depicts a disheartening morning where the protagonist's tea has gone cold, including to the sense of dissatisfaction and addressing almost the reason of getting out of bed. The rain clouds discourage the see from the window, strengthening the sentiments of separation and lose hope. Indeed on the off chance that the hero might see clearly, everything would appear gray and dead. In any case, the nearness of Eminem's picture on the divider serves as a update that there's a flicker of trust in the midst of the obscurity, giving a few comfort and viewpoint. This refrain sets the arrange for the contemplative and disturbed account that unfurls in "Stan."


[Verse 3: Eminem]
Dear Mr. I'm-Too-Good-to-Call-or-Write-My-Fans
This'll be the last package I ever send your ass
It's been six months, and still no word—I don't deserve it?
I know you got my last two letters, I wrote the addresses on 'em perfect
So this is my cassette I'm sendin' you, I hope you hear it
I'm in the car right now, I'm doin' ninety on the freeway
Hey, Slim, I drank a fifth of vodka, you dare me to drive?
You know the song by Phil Collins, "In the Air of the Night"
About that guy who coulda saved that other guy from drownin'
But didn't, then Phil saw it all, then at a show he found him?
That's kinda how this is: you coulda rescued me from drownin'
Now it's too late, I'm on a thousand downers now—I'm drowsy
And all I wanted was a lousy letter or a call
I hope you know I ripped all of your pictures off the wall
I loved you, Slim, we coulda been together—think about it!
You ruined it now, I hope you can't sleep and you dream about it
And when you dream, I hope you can't sleep and you scream about it
I hope your conscience eats at you, and you can't breathe without me
See, Slim—shut up, bitch! I'm tryin' to talk
Hey, Slim, that's my girlfriend screamin' in the trunk
But I didn't slit her throat, I just tied her up—see? I ain't like you
'Cause if she suffocates she'll suffer more and then she'll die too
Well, gotta go, I'm almost at the bridge now
Oh, shit, I forgot—how am I supposed to send this shit out?!


Explanation of Verse 3:
Stan's third letter takes a dim turn, communicating outrage and hatred towards Eminem for not recognizing him. He gets to be progressively unhinged, specifying self-harm and referencing a Phil Collins melody approximately missed openings to spare somebody. Stan's mental state break down further as he communicates contemplations of suicide and viciousness.


[Chorus: Dido]
My tea's gone cold, I'm wondering why I
Got out of bed at all
The morning rain clouds up my window
And I can't see at all
And even if I could, it'd all be grey
But your picture on my wall
It reminds me that it's not so bad, it's not so bad


Explanation of Chorus:
The chorus of "Stan," performed by Dido, typifies the somber environment and passionate turmoil that plagues the tune. It depicts a disheartening morning where the protagonist's tea has gone cold, including to the sense of dissatisfaction and addressing almost the reason of getting out of bed. The rain clouds discourage the see from the window, strengthening the sentiments of separation and lose hope. Indeed on the off chance that the hero might see clearly, everything would appear gray and dead. In any case, the nearness of Eminem's picture on the divider serves as a update that there's a flicker of trust in the midst of the obscurity, giving a few comfort and viewpoint. This refrain sets the arrange for the contemplative and disturbed account that unfurls in "Stan."


[Verse 4: Eminem]
Dear Stan, I meant to write you sooner, but I just been busy
You said your girlfriend's pregnant now, how far along is she?
Look, I'm really flattered you would call your daughter that
And here's an autograph for your brother; I wrote it on a Starter cap
I'm sorry I didn't see you at the show, I must've missed you
Don't think I did that shit intentionally just to diss you
But what's this shit you said about you like to cut your wrists too?
I say that shit just clownin', dawg, come on, how fucked up is you?
You got some issues, Stan, I think you need some counselin'
To help your ass from bouncin' off the walls when you get down some
And what's this shit about us meant to be together?
That type of shit'll make me not want us to meet each other
I really think you and your girlfriend need each other
Or maybe you just need to treat her better
I hope you get to read this letter, I just hope it reaches you in time
Before you hurt yourself, I think that you'll be doin' just fine
If you relax a little, I'm glad I inspire you, but Stan
Why are you so mad? Try to understand that I do want you as a fan
I just don't want you to do some crazy shit
I seen this one shit on the news a couple weeks ago that made me sick
Some dude was drunk and drove his car over a bridge
And had his girlfriend in the trunk, and she was pregnant with his kid
And in the car they found a tape, but they didn't say who it was to
Come to think about it, his name was—it was you
Damn...


Explanation of Verse 4:
Eminem reacts to Stan's letters, communicating concern and attempting to reason with him. He clarifies that a few of his verses, counting references to self-harm, are not implied to be taken truly. Eminem recognizes Stan's battles but energizes him to look for offer assistance and not to idolize him to the point of self-destructive behavior.
OVERALL
The tune closes with a tragic bend, as it's uncovered that Stan has driven off a bridge with his sweetheart within the trunk, reflecting the situation from the Phil Collins melody he specified prior. The tune closes with Eminem's realization that Stan was the man from the news story, clearing out him stunned and disheartened by the result of their correspondence.


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FAQ & Knowledge

ℚ. Who sang the song "Stan"?
"Stan" is sung by "Eminem".
ℚ. Who wrote the lyrics of "Stan" song?
"Eminem, Dido & Paul Herman" has written the lyrics for the song "Stan".
ℚ.When was the last time lyrics modified for song "Stan"?
"Stan" song lyrics was modified on "20 Apr 2024".

About Stan

Stan

Album The Marshall Mathers LP (2000)

Eminem

Live Listeners: 120
Total Listeners: 9282180
Lyrics Updated at: 20 Apr 2024

Lyrics of Eminem - Stan (Long Version) ft. Dido