30 SCORE: 8.0674 HIGHEST SCORE: 10 x 10 (@tea, @savilizabeths, @Petty Mayonnaise, @papatrick, @KingBruno, @Orange, @Phloo, @nikkysan, @Blond, LOWEST SCORE: 4 x 2 (@diamondliam, @Sprockrooster) MY SCORE: 7 I won't lie, I forgot this song was still in - specially after some of the Billie cuts we've already had, but anyways. I'm that one girl in high school who doesn't play about production and this song really excels in that department. The song opens with a sample of Shark, Billie's pit bull, growling which immediately switches into everyone's favourite genre of music - Wii Music™. What I love is how the catchy, lighthearted beat is then overtaken towards the end by a warbling synth which swallows everything in its path. In the mix, FINNEAS' humming can be heard, slowly transitioning from the main song into the outro. Honestly, that entire section is my favourite moment of the song. The song is essentially about leaving someone behind who you clearly don't want to be with anymore. This is clearly in tone with the rest of the album. It's quite interesting, I find that as an album, a lot of Happier Than Ever has a much clearer storyline than If I Can't Have Love, I Want Power - even though it got a full-length feature film. I'm not trying to start anything because I think thematically, they both have their fair share of clear tone and theme, but it's interesting to see which one has a clearer story. Fun fact, originally, the song was going to be called "Laura", in reference to the line "Laura said I should be nicer / But not to you". The Laura in question is Billie's personal assistant.