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Song” is a song by American singer-songwriter Gabbie Hanna. It was released on May 1, 2020 independently as the second and final single from second extended play Bad Karma.[1]

Background

Hanna wrote the song about cyberbullies and was inspired by the quote "people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones", meaning that one should not criticize people for things that they have also done themselves, denouncing hypocrisy. It was also the last song to be written and produced for the EP.[2]

Track listing

Digital Download[1]

  1. Glass House: 2:03

Lyrics

[Verse 1]
I got people blamin' me for shit they did to me
Lots of people shamin' me for shit they didn't see
So point the finger, pull the trigger
Throw them off your trail
You'll get yours eventually
I got people whisperin' as if they know my life
Friends can turn to enemies if you hand them the knife
You're diggin' me my grave, but keep the shovel nearby
Dig your own right next to mine

[Chorus]
In your glass house
Are you sure you're ready for the fall out?
Throwin' stones, I think you need to slow down
I can see right through you from my glass house
Your glass house

[Verse 2]
I got people sayin’ take an eye for an eye
I just turn the other cheek ’cause you ain’t worth my time
'Cause you see in black and white
There's more than just wrong and right

[Chorus]
In your glass house
Are you sure you're ready for the fall out?
Throwin' stones, I think you need to slow down
I can see right through you from my glass house
Your glass house
Glass house
Are you sure you're ready for the fall out?
Throwin' stones, I think you need to slow down
I can see right through you from my glass house
Your glass house

[Post-Chorus]
You see in black and white
You see in black and white
You see in black (and white)
See in black (and white)
See in black (and white)

[Outro]
All you see is black and white
All you see is black and white
All you see is black and white
All I see is red

Music video

The songs music video, directed and edited by Hok, was released on May 2, 2020.[3] The video features Hanna on a computer screen, appearing in photo and video windows which are dragged around the screen. During the first chorus, she appears in one of her YouTube videos, attacking the camera, and the person on the computer is unable to close the video. She even recreated part of her old apartment in a room in her house to make it seem more realistic. The video also contains several hidden messages and quotes. Towards the end of the video, fan Instagram comments containing the songs lyrics pop up all over the screen.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Glass House - Single". Apple Music. May 1, 2020. Retrieved October 4, 2020.
  2. "'Glass House' Song Transformation!". YouTube. May 2, 2020. Retrieved October 4, 2020.
  3. "Glass House - Gabbie Hanna (Official Video)". YouTube. May 1, 2020. Retrieved October 4, 2020.

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