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Harry Styles - She

[Verse 1]
Nine in the morning, the man drops his kids off at school
And he's thinking of you, like all of us do
Sends his assistant for coffee in the afternoon
Around 1:32, like he knows what to do

[Chorus]
She (She), she lives in daydreams with me (She)
She's the first one that I see, and I don't know why
I don't know who she is (She, she)

[Verse 2]
He takes a boat out, imagines just sailing away (Away, away)
And not telling his mates (Not telling his mates)
He wouldn't know what to say (Wouldn't know what to say, to say)

[Chorus]
She (She), she lives in daydreams with me (She)
She's the first one that I see, and I don't know why
I don't know who she is (She)
She (She), she's the first one that I see (She)
She lives in daydreams with me, and I don't know why
I don't know where she is (She, she)

[Bridge]
Lives for the memory
A woman who's just in his head (Just in his head)
And she sleeps in his bed (His bed)
While he plays pretend (Pretend)
So pretend (Pretend)

The ambiguous, six minute long “She” can be interpreted in an array of meanings. While the song appears to touch on the protagonist spending his days picturing himself with someone other than who he’s with, the song can also take an introspective approach towards the examination of the protagonist’s gender identity. Styles has never confirmed what exactly the song is about, which has allowed for multiple interpretations of its meaning. Harry Styles channels a character who is fantasizing about his ideal girl. A married office worker, his daydreams liven up his humdrum existence. Harry experimented with magic mushrooms during the recording of "Fine Line". The former One Direction star admitted to Rolling Stone that he took the hallucinogenic drug at a LA recording studio and bit the end of his tongue off while under the influence. "She," which he wrote with his guitar sidekick Mitch Rowland, was penned while they were taking them. "We had no idea what we were doing," he recalled. "We forgot all about that track, then went back later and loved it. But Mitch had no idea what he did on guitar that night, so he had to learn it all over from the track."

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