Machine Gun Kelly – Bloody Valentine | Lyrics Meaning & Song Review
Machine Gun Kelly’s first single in 2020, “Bloody Valentine” gets a brand new music video, featuring, wait for it, Megan Fox. Yes, the ‘Jennifer’s Body’ movie hottie is back on the visuals with MGK and it’s the perfect video to narrate the idea of the song. And thanks to the video, the song is making a resurgence, currently trending on social media.
“Bloody Valentine” is the first music from Machine Gun Kelly’s upcoming album ‘Tickets to My Downfall.’
In the music video for “Bloody Valentine,” we see Machine Gun Kelly getting trampled with love by Mega Fox. Literally getting trampled. There is a lot of bondage involved–we see MGK with his mouth duct-taped, hands tied behind his back and ropes running all over his body. Even at their dinner table, it is Megan Fox’s reign that enforces and feeds MGK. It is a bloody valentine, indeed.
Watch “Bloody Valentine” Video by Machine Gun Kelly
In the first verse of the song, MGK explains her entrance into his life. It was probably supposed to be a single one-night stand. But only after the rush of the night, MGK realized that she has not come to go; “She touched me, it’s permanent.”
As harsh as it may seem, MGK seems to be doubting about her feelings for him. He says that he is not one to love someone without genuine intent. But from her, ‘fake love’ is all he can expect.
In the second verse, we realize how confused Machine Gun Kelly is with this relationship. It might be hurting to be in this relationship, but it is also on the fence of pleasure. “I’m overstimulated and I’m sad,” it is not even possible to explain these feelings in words.
The song does not entirely tell us that she is living in his life forcefully. Rather, it is about how MGK cannot get rid of her, even in his mind, no matter how toxic her love is. Because; “you’re the best I ever had.”
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