"The idea of the song is that some people are so desperate to fit in and hold onto their friends/relationships that they will let people walk all over them in the interest of belonging. The hook of the song basically plays at the fact that some of these people are so far gone in that sense that they would literally be hanged before they admitted to themselves that their friends are shitty, because ultimately they'd rather be dead than alone."
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