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TL;DR The blue pill is likely an addictive prescription drug like a benzodiazepine or oxycodone. The blue hands are a likely reference to heroin overdose. A SiriusXM blog post quotes Halsey: My song "Colors" [released in 2016] is about being in a relationship with someone and kind of watching the vibrancy slowly start to leak out of them ... ...


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This is a callback to a metaphor introduced in the first verse. I used to believe In the days I was naïve That I'd live to see A day of justice dawn And though I will die Long before that morning comes I'll die while believing still It will come when I am gone Esmerelda wants to live to see "A day of justice dawn", until the metaphorical coming ...


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A search of the lyrics reveals them to be rendered like this: Everybody loves a landlord Everybody's bosom friend I do whatever pleases Jesus! Won't I bleed 'em in the end! And it's noteworthy that there's almost no punctuation in the lyrics as written: listening to the song, there is a pause at the end of most lines. "Jesus!" is also a repeating ...


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