Save Me (with Lainey Wilson) Lyrics - Jelly Roll



" Save Me" is a important collaboration between Jelly Roll and Lainey Wilson that delves into the struggles of tone- destruction and the hankering for deliverance. The song is a raw and honest disquisition of the artists' particular battles with inner demons, dependence , and the crushing weight of a damaged history.



[Verse 1: Jelly Roll]
Somebody save me, me from myself
I've spent so long livin' in hell
They say my lifestyle is bad for my health
It's the only thing that seems to help

 

Explanation of Verse1
Jelly Roll lays bare the extent of his suffering, describing a prolonged actuality in a particular hell. The verse hints at a managing medium — his life — that provides a semblance of relief, albeit temporary. The lyrics are a tone- reflection on the consequences of one's choices and the hopeless hunt for solace.


[Pre-Chorus: Jelly Roll]


All of this drinkin' and smokin' is hopeless
But feel like it's all that I need
Somethin' inside of me's broken, I hold on
To anything that sets me free

 

Explanation of Pre Chorus


In the pre-chorus, Jelly Roll acknowledges the futility of his drinking and smoking habits, feting them as hopeless trials. Despite this consummation, he expresses a deep- seated belief that these vices are the only effects furnishing a sense of comfort. The brokenness within him becomes apparent, and the adhering to anything that offers freedom becomes a hopeless plea.


[Chorus: Jelly Roll]


I'm a lost cause
Baby, don't waste your time on me
I'm so damaged beyond repair
Life has shattered my hopes and my dreams
I'm a lost cause
Baby, don't waste your time on me
I'm so damaged beyond repair
Lifе has shattered my hopes and my drеams

 

Explanation of  Chorus
The chorus becomes a important hymn of tone- mindfulness and acceptance of being a" misplaced cause." Jelly Roll implores a significant other not to invest time in him, portraying himself as irreparably damaged by the rigors of life. The fractured expedients and dreams serve as a poignant conceit for the scars left by particular struggles.

 


[Post-Chorus]
(Ooh)
(Ooh)
(Ooh)


[Verse 2: Lainey Wilson]
What if the night sky was missin' the moon?
There were no shootin' stars to use wishin' on you
And all of my sorrows, I'd just wash them down
It's the only peace I've ever found

 


Explanation of Verse 2
Lainey Wilson's verse introduces a tropical script, meaning a world without stopgap and likening it to a night sky missing the moon. She reflects on chancing peace in managing mechanisms, drawing parallels with Jelly Roll's narrative. Wilson's donation adds a poignant dimension to the song, showcasing participated gests of searching for solace.


[Pre-Chorus: Both]


All of this drinkin' and smokin' is hopeless
But feel like it's all that I need
Somethin' inside of me's broken, I hold on
To anything that sets me free

Explanation of Pre Chorus
In the pre-chorus, Jelly Roll acknowledges the futility of his drinking and smoking habits, feting them as hopeless trials. Despite this consummation, he expresses a deep- seated belief that these vices are the only effects furnishing a sense of comfort. The brokenness within him becomes apparent, and the adhering to anything that offers freedom becomes a hopeless plea.


[Chorus: Both, Jelly Roll, Lainey Wilson]
I'm a lost cause
Baby, don't waste your time on me
I'm so damaged beyond repair
Life has shattered my hopes and my dreams
I'm a lost cause
Baby, don't waste your time on me (No, don't waste your time on me)
I'm so damaged beyond repair (I'm so damaged beyond repair)
Life has shattered my hopes and my dreams (Life has shattered my hopes and my dreams)

 

 

Explanation of Chorus
The cooperative chorus unites the voices of Jelly Roll and Lainey Wilson, emphasizing the universality of struggles. The reiteration of being a" misplaced cause" and the unrecoverable damage serves as a collaborative cry, reverberating with anyone who has faced challenges and adversity.

[Post-Chorus: Lainey Wilson]
Oh (Ooh)
(Ooh)
(Ooh)

 


Explanation of Post Chorus
Lainey Wilson's solopost-chorus provides a reflective check, emphasizing the emotional depth of the song. The oral expressions convey a blend of despair and adaptability, recapitulating the complex feelings girding particular battles.
OVERALL
" Save Me" isn't just a song; it's a poignant narrative that captures the substance of mortal struggles, the pursuit of redemption, and the adaptability to hold on, indeed when everything seems broken.


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ℚ. Who sang the song "Save Me (with Lainey Wilson)"?
"Save Me (with Lainey Wilson)" is sung by "Jelly Roll".
ℚ. Who wrote the lyrics of "Save Me (with Lainey Wilson)" song?
"Jelly Roll" has written the lyrics for the song "Save Me (with Lainey Wilson)".
ℚ.When was the last time lyrics modified for song "Save Me (with Lainey Wilson)"?
"Save Me (with Lainey Wilson)" song lyrics was modified on "13 Dec 2023".

About Save Me (with Lainey Wilson)

Save Me (with Lainey Wilson)

Album Whitsitt Chapel

Jelly Roll

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Lyrics Updated at: 13 Dec 2023