<i>I've been losing friends and finding peace But honestly that sound like a fair trade to me</i> Here, Drake denounces fake friends who are stressing him out. Rather than letting these people grind him down, he's cutting them out of his life.
During the second verse, Drake addresses a prospective girlfriend. He warns the girl if they are to date, he expects her to be totally committed to him.
The topic of superficial friends is a frequent one for Drake: On the 2013 track "<a href="https://www.songfacts.com/facts/drake/the-motion">The Motion</a>" he reflects on colleagues who ask him for favors, then ignore him when they don't need him anymore. On <b>Nothing Was The Same</b>'s "<a href="https://www.songfacts.com/facts/drake/started-from-the-bottom">Started From The Bottom</a>," Drizzy proclaims a staunch moratorium on friends because of all the fake ones he's encountered. On <b>More Life</b>'s "<a href="https://www.songfacts.com/facts/drake/fake-love">Fake Love</a>" the Toronto MC calls out people who pretend to be his pals in order to benefit from his success.
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