Daisy Jones & The Six: All songs on Aurora in the test
Tender and sweet, the lyrics tell of how she fell in love with someone who has a choice to make and how she is basically at their mercy to make a choice. Riley Keough’s vocals absolutely kill it on this track, feeling the disturbing and tragic realization of Daisy’s constant struggle with her feelings for Billy. There are no metaphors in it – it’s just a smooth love song aimed at a man who he can take as he pleases.
Pent-up anger: 7
Sexual anxiety: 4
Look at us now (Honeycomb)
In Daisy Jones and the Six, This is the song that starts it all, with Teddy bringing Daisy a cameo on the track from The Six to spice up the track. Technically this is on The Six’s first album, Seven eight nine, but let’s not be too pedantic here. The song describes a man who relies on a relationship and who he wants to be as opposed to who he actually is. It causes a couple to reflect on who they were and how their relationship informed who they became.
The lyrics question this romantic couple’s intentions with each other, whether they’re right for each other or tearing each other down. With a grueling middle eight as the music ramps up, “Look At Us Now” is more of a resigned couple than a couple fighting for each other. No fear, just an undercurrent of sadness at what was once love.
Pent-up anger: 9
Sexual anxiety: 9
Now let’s talk about it. During “Look at Us Now” was a track Billy wrote about his wife Camila, which Daisy jazzed up and turned into something new, “Regret Me”. is every outstanding bit of anger and sexual anxiety Billy and Daisy have towards each other. Taking shots at each other’s drinking and attitudes, “Regret Me” it’s more about superiority than romance – although the tension is clearly there in every text they spit at each other.
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