H.O.L.Y. By Florida Georgia Line Interpretation
This is my interpretation of the song H.O.L.Y. by Florida Georgia Line. [Verse 1] When the sun had left and the winter cameAnd the sky fall could only bring the rainI sat in darkness, all broken ...
This is my interpretation of the song H.O.L.Y. by Florida Georgia Line.
When the sun had left and the winter came
This girl is the silver lining of his life.
He believes that this girl is a person of exemplary conduct or virtue.
In addition to the pre-chorus, he thinks that this girl is sacred. Being in love has an effect of giving a person a "high," which is obviously what he is feeling right now with this girl.
That were killing my freedom
Let me lay you down, give me to ya
Get you singing babe, hallelujah
We'll be touching, we'll be touching heaven
She made his "brightest days from the darkest nights" which is exemplary saving grace, don't you think? Being baptized is the first step to being saved and he is saying that this girl saved him from something bad, which only reiterates the first line.
I don't need the stars cause you shine for me
Like fire in my veins, you're my ecstasy, you're my ecstasy
Stars are guidance for some people. He says that he doesn't need any other guidance except from what is from her. Also, she is his happiness.
You're the healing hands where it used to hurt
She healed him.
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