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Beauty Behind the Madness

The Weeknd

2015

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Beauty Behind the Madness

The Weeknd

Released: 28/08/2015

Genre: R&B/Soul

℗ 2015 The Weeknd XO, Inc., Manufactured and Marketed by Republic Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.



  • 3:43
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    Real Life

  • 4:41
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    Losers (feat. Labrinth)

  • 5:34
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    Tell Your Friends

  • 4:09
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    Often

  • 4:02
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    The Hills

  • 5:48
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    Acquainted

  • 3:33
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    Can't Feel My Face

  • 4:13
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    Shameless

  • 0
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    Earned It (Fifty Shades of Grey)

  • 0
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    In the Night

  • 5:40
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    As You Are

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    Dark Times (feat. Ed Sheeran)

  • 0
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    Prisoner (feat. Lana Del Rey)

  • 6:17
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    Angel

14 songs, 47:40 total time, 95.61 MB

Song lyrics

[Verse 1]
Tell 'em this boy wasn't meant for lovin'
Tell 'em this heart doesn't stay to one
I'll be the same, never changed for nothin'
It's all I know, never learned much more
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Real Life

The Weeknd


[Verse 1]
Tell 'em this boy wasn't meant for lovin'
Tell 'em this heart doesn't stay to one
I'll be the same, never changed for nothin'
It's all I know, never learned much more

[Pre-Chorus]
Mama called me destructive, oh yeah
Said it'd ruin me one day, yeah
Cause every woman that loved me, oh yeah
I seemed to push them away

[Chorus]
That's real life, oh oh oh
Real life, ooh
Mama talking that real life, oh oh oh
That real life, real life, real life, real life

[Verse 2]
I know you don't really understand it
I'm not allowed to regret my choice
I heard that love is a risk worth taking
I wouldn't know, never been that boy

[Pre-Chorus]
Mama called me destructive, oh yeah
Said it'd ruin me one day, yeah
Cause every woman that loved me, oh yeah
I seemed to push them away

[Chorus]
That's real life, oh oh oh
Real life, ooh
Mama talking that real life, oh oh oh
That real life, real life, real life, real life

[Bridge]
Heaven only lets a few in
(Heaven only lets a few in)
It's too late for me to choose it
(It's too late for me to choose it)
Don't waste precious tears on me, I'm not worth the misery
I'm better off when I'm alone

[Chorus]
That's real life, oh oh oh
Real life, ooh
Mama talking that real life, oh oh oh
That real life, real life, real life, real life
That's real life, oh oh oh
Real life, ooh
Mama talking that real life, oh oh oh (ooh mama!)
Yeah, yeah, real life, real life, real life, real life
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"Real Life" Track Info



The Weeknd begins his 2015 album, Beauty Behind the Madness, with advice from his own mother on how his life was going to destroy him over time.

In this intro, we find Abel opening up about mistakes and claiming them as such, rather than in the storytelling aspect he has utilized during his career.

The song's pre-chorus is reminiscent of the bridge on Michael Jackson's “Billie Jean”,

People always told me be careful of what you do And don't go around breaking young girls' hearts And mother always told me be careful of who you loveAnd be careful of what you do cause the lie becomes the truth

Abel also mentions his relationship with his mother on the grandiose Echoes of Silence track “The Fall.”