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Dixie D’Amelio – One Whole Day Ft. Wiz Khalifa | Lyrics Meaning & Song Review

Popular TikToker and social media influencer Dixie D’Amelio is continuing her musical transition with a brand new single and music video for “One Whole Day.” This new song enlists rapper Wiz Khalifa.

“One Whole Day” is the second track out from Dixie D’Amelio’s upcoming debut studio album. In June 2020, the first single off the album “Be Happy” was released.

The new song talks about getting out of a seemingly toxic relationship. There was so little love and affection in this relationship that getting over it was one of the easiest things she had to do. She was sad about the relationship for a mere 24 hours before she realized how freeing it was to abandon that painful existence.

Listen to “One Whole Day” by Dixie D’Amelio Ft. Wz Khalifa

In the first verse of the song, the singer talks about the reasons for the loveless relationship she lived. Her boyfriend was stuck in the past–the last relationship–the last girl. He might have promised to let everything go and live in the moment with Dixie. But it was not a reality that came true. In the end, he just ended hurting and breaking Dixie.

The day after the breakup, Dixie obviously feels strange. But ‘strange’ is not an appropriate word for such a situation. But she feels this way because of a mix of feelings of heartbreak and freedom. She knows that the relationship was not meant to work out. So she knows that the breakup was the right thing to do. Dixie D’Amelio is done feeling like the second-best option and having to compete with an ex-girlfriend! Hence, getting over this relationship was as easy as spending 24 hours in bed!

Wiz Khalifa joins the song in the third verse and sings the POV of the ex-boyfriend. He claims that she is suspecting him for no logical reasons. He is on the grind–working late nights to make his money grow. And when he takes one step away from the middle ground, he is at fault, and she comes crashing down on him. Wiz Khalifa does make a case for himself, but a weak one at that.

Let us hear what you think about this song in the comments below. Check out the complete lyrics and further meaning breakdown on Genius.

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