A Broad and Blunt Analysis of the Lyrics to How Bad Can I Be by Jojo

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Jojo’s song How Bad Can I Be is about how she can be as bad as possible, but still not quite feel satisfied. This could come from a feeling that the world has already done so much wrong to her and those around her that it’s only fair for her to do some of the same (or at least try). The lyrics are definitely true in many ways – no one would want to live in Jojo-land or act like this daily – but they also serve as an example of how people often have feelings of entitlement when they’ve been hurt by others before. In addition, these types of actions often end up hurting them more than anyone else, which isn’t what we think most people really want deep down inside.

I’m not a psychologist, but I do agree with the idea that people’s own actions can often be harmful and hurtful to themselves. It may seem like it could never happen to them because they’re just trying to get back at what someone else has done – but in reality, how bad you are might actually be worse than everything that happened before.

Nowadays many of us feel entitled or believe we deserve more when things don’t go our way; this is definitely true for Jojo who constantly talks about how she deserves better even though there’s nothing wrong with her life as far as we know. The song also provides evidence of how people sometimes justify their negative behaviors by thinking “it must have been me first.” This is what Jojo does when she says “everyone hates me and I don’t know why.” She assumes that everyone’s mad at her because of how bad she is, but the reality could be different.

Jojo has a fair point – people can do things to hurt themselves, like getting into drugs or alcohol abuse for example. Sometimes we might even want to keep doing it just because we’re so used to the feeling by now; this idea is called addiction. The song also gives some insight on how all these negative thoughts come together in an individual’s head: “I’m not sorry about anything”.

Another important thing worth mentioning here are various meanings behind words such as “good” and “bad.” These terms may mean something different to different people depending on what they’ve been through in their life.

Jojo’s lyrics show how a negative thought can snowball and become bigger than it should be, which is something that often happens with mental illnesses such as depression. The song also serves as an important reminder for anyone who might think the same way: if you are feeling this bad about yourself, seek out help from someone or somewhere else – you don’t have to do everything by yourself all the time.

The video begins with Jojo in her room looking at herself in a mirror while wearing sunglasses and singing “I’m not sorry about anything,” which has garnered criticism on social media since its release last month because of how many people could relate to what she was talking about.

She then walks down the hallway where there are three The video begins with Jojo in her room looking at herself in a mirror while wearing sunglasses and singing “I’m not sorry about anything,” which has garnered criticism on social media since its release last month because of how many people could relate to what she was talking about.

She then walks down the hallway where there are three portraits and talks to herself in the mirror about how bad she could be for not feeling sorry. “I’m a mess, but you know that,” Jojo says while looking at one of her portraits before talking to herself again.

The video ends with all three photos being destroyed as she walks away from them.

“It’s kind of just like I’m trying to kinda get back into myself, go back inside my head.”

Jojo’s fans seem reassured by the honesty portrayed in this song which also includes lyrics such as ‘why don’t I stop?’ and believe it is an important release after suffering through several heartbreaks over the past few years.

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By Ethan Devid

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