The Weeknd - Can't Feel My Face (Official Video) TOP
I can't feel my face when I'm with youBut I love it (but I love it, yeah), but I love it (but I love it), ohI can't feel my face when I'm with youBut I love it (but I love, babe), but I love it (yeah, I love it), oh
The Weeknd - Can't Feel My Face (Official Video)
I can't feel my face when I'm with you (I can't feel my face)But I love it (but I love it, yeah), but I love it (oh, I love it, yeah), ohI can't feel my face when I'm with you (said I can't feel my face, girl)But I love it (but I love it), but I love it (girl, I love it), oh
In the pre-chorus, The Weeknd sings that his female friend told him to not "worry about it" and to "worry no more." She wants him to relax and give his worries to her--to trust her that she'll take care of him despite how many times she's hurt him. Obviously, this relationship is anything but healthy. What's even more troublesome is that he then sings, "We both knew we can't go without it." It's almost as if he's addicted to this relationship and partially because "[s]he told me, 'You'll never be in love.'" If he leaves this woman, he's afraid he'll never truly be happy and that as good as he feels with her is the best he can feel.
Despite his discomfort with fame and the American pop machine, the Weeknd has stepped in to fill the power vacuum that's existed in male R&B since the decline of Usher (due to natural exhaustion) and the disfiguration of R. Kelly (due to his being a vicious sex criminal and all that). In the music video for "Can't Feel My Face," we see him stretching his legs as a dancer, for once, thus providing yet another hint that the Weeknd 2.0 is a robust and spectacular pop package, not just a kinky shtick. "The Hills," which is currently the Weeknd's second-most popular single (and just hair's length from entering the Top 10), is truer to the Weeknd's definitive mood: brooding and polluted. But now "The Hills" represents just one facet of the Weeknd's diversified appeal. He's come a long way from billing himself as some reclusive "villain shit," a.k.a., Victor von Croon, just two years ago. 041b061a72