After months of releasing killer singles including "Bad" and "Breakaway," Lennon Stella 's debut EP has finally arrived. The Nashville star dropped Love, Me on Nov. Teen Vogue exclusively presents Lennon's video for "La Di Da," which the year-old directed and produced herself. In it, she's reunited with her sister and duo partner Maisy Stella , as they lip-sync the bop while taking a joyride and playing with Lennon's dog, Ocean. The song itself is a poppy slow-burn about literally plugging your ears when people start saying "empty words made for hurting" you. She sings, "Just before you take it too far, I'll hold my ears say 'La da da di da'" — and it's not only a fun lyric to sing in the car, but also an appropriate coping mechanism for dealing with annoying people. As for how she came up with the idea? I love when the lyrics of a song are heavy, but you can still dance to it and it makes you feel good.
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Times Square. I cannot wrap my brain around this. A post shared by thisislennon lennonstella on Mar 15, at am PDT.
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Some things don't sit right This close to midnight You're someone else in this light Ooh, ooh, ooh Stand in the kitchen Attempting to fix this So I try to listen to you, you, you. But you're gonna say something you don't mean So just before you take it too far I'll hold my ears Say la da da di da Your empty words made for hurting me So just before you take it too far I'll hold my ears Say la da da di da. It's just like you To take me down with you Feed off each other's issues Ooh, ooh, ooh. Both know there's no use Talking 'bout what I owe you I want back the old you, Ooh, ooh, ooh. But you're gonna say something you don't mean So just before you take it too far I'll hold my ears Say la da da di da. Your empty words made for hurting me So just before you take it too far I'll hold my ears Say la da da di da.
Then, do any of the above morsels of advice matter. Interestingly, my parents felt the same way about him. Mormon girls are raised to believe their worth is how young they marry and how many kids they have.