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Mareux - The Perfect Girl

I love it. Idk if this is really an interpretation but I just really need to share this, even if it's about a girl it reminds me about my boyfriend a lot, it makes me feel so strange but I love feeling like this. I don't know what feeling it is but it's a mix of sad and happy, I'm happy I'm finally with him after almost two years, I'm happy I managed to get this lucky. But I'm sad because I can't understand why he loves me and I don't get why'd he'd be into someone like me. I hate myself for thinking he loves me, but I love myself for thinking he loves me. I have no idea. I wasn't sure if he'd actually like a trans dude like me at first but .. I did it. And I'm not sure how to feel about it, I don't have to keep chasing him and running inside of a loop anymore, all I need to do now is stay but it's hard. I love him a lot but it's so hard to tell if he loves me, even if he says "I love you" over text or a 'phone call' I still refuse to believe it. I don't know what's wrong with me, I want to break up with him because it feels like he wants to leave me but he's scared to do it because he knows how much I love him.

Mareux - The Perfect Girl

This is a song about a person who finds a girl strange. The lyrics depict that he wants to do random things with her, such as shaking her up and down- symbolising that he wants to learn more about her. Everything she seems to do he doesn't understand, and he finds her strange. My own interpretation of his attraction in her because she's strange is that he's strange too, and maybe this girl could be someone just as strange as him.Another interpretation is that he's delusional and is stalking this girl that he's so fascinated with, falling in love with her- but I prefer the first one.

i saw the lusic video and i interpret it as like a drag queen or a trans woman who really wants to be a girl but never really feels like they are one. that's why they say "i think i'm falling in love with you" because they mean he is falling in love with the girl he wants to be. and thats why he says "i want to be with you" because he wants to be a girl really bad. he wants to be with that personality. he says "you're such a strange girl, the way you look like you do." because thats how he thinks about himself. he feels like he doesnt look like a real girl and he won't pass as one. and he says he "i want to shake you all around, i want to turn you upside down." like somehow if he moves her the tight way he can finally feel like a woman. but he will never be close enough to being one.

Today, L.A.-based darkwave artist Mareux unleashes the seductive music video for his viral cover of The Cure's much-loved 1987 track "The Perfect Girl" which has 2.3 billion views across TikTok.Produced and directed by visionary filmmakers Muted Widows (Michael R. Zumaya, Nedda Afsari, and Michael E Linn), the clip perfectly captures the song's shadowy, '80s roots with RuPaul's Drag Race Season 7 winner Violet Chachki serving vintage vamp."The Perfect Girl" visual begins with Chachki entering an apartment full of leather daddies. She struts around the space as the leather-clad fellas perform household chores (watch TV, iron clothes, make spaghetti) around her. As she primps in the mirror, it soon becomes unclear whether the scene is real-or part of her imagination. The video ends up bringing diverse subcultures together to create something visually enthralling."Muted Widows were able to capture the song's vibe perfectly by casting a contemporary megastar like Violet and placing her against an unnerving mid-century backdrop, which parallels the dark yet dreamy and alluring nature of the song," says Mareux, real name Aryan Ashtiani. Mareux's "The Perfect Girl" has become a modern-day classic, reaching well over 70 million streams. 041b061a72


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