Ariana Grande wrote three versions of thank u, next

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The notes show off Grande's four-octave vocal range. Grande explains her feelings about not wanting to feel down any longer, but she has an apparent inability to escape them. This album, released on February 8, is called "thank u, next". If Grande's songs offend you, be consistent in your outrage.

"Needy" is the ultra-realistic ballad that reflects most relationships, regardless of fame or wealth.

As of Friday morning - the day thank u, next was released - Grande held the top 10 places on the United States Top 50 playlist on Spotify, with the two other songs in the top 15. My favorite track is "NASA", which draws the analogy that her significant other needs to give her some "space". She dropped the music video for the song the same day as the album, featuring teenage heartthrob Charles Melton. But why are people begging everyone to stop streaming the song?

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In lusting after someone who is taken, she has the ideal album closer because it is loud and clear, that despite the heartbreak, love and loss, Grande is moving on - and moving up. The chorus belts out: "Don't want you in my bloodline, yeah / just wanna have a good time, yeah". "Bad idea", however, reflects hooking up with someone after a break up, singing, "Forget about it, yeah, forget about him, yeah" and "Yeah, I'ma call you over here to numb the pain". She focused in stead on the things the public was saying about her.

In the new episode released on Thursday - which was filmed before Davidson and Grande split last October - Hart and Davidson help a family move, and upon meeting the family, the daughter excitedly tells Davidson, "Oh, my God, you're engaged to Ariana Grande!".

Another top song, "imagine", shows off Grande's vocal range, and although it highlights romance and intimacy, listeners can't help but notice her wonderful pitch.

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In addition to exposing her relationships, Grande sings about her own faults and painful experiences.

The song, which samples 'N Sync's "It Makes Me Ill", centers around Riverdale's Charles Melton and Instagram model Ariel Yasmine who resembles Ariana down to the infamous ponytail and oversized sweaters. It continues with the same dream-world beat as "imagine", as though she is still in denial of the negativity. She is choosing to love herself before anyone else. With the rise and fall of her engagement to comedian Pete Davidson and the sudden tragic death of her ex, rapper Mac Miller, it is easy to see that she is letting her music speak indefinitely through her. It's about love lost for good. "I just wanted to cover all the bases", she revealed. The internet was quick to assume that the song is about Miller and Grande's most recent ex, Davidson.

She referred to this song as a "punchline" of her latest work, showing that music doesn't always have to be taken so literally, but light-heartedly.

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Why would they do such a thing, you might wonder?

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