Suicide Squad’s “You Don’t Own Me”

“You Don’t Own Me” on the Suicide Squad soundtrack is a dope song, which I took a listen to on Sunday, February 19, 2017.

Actually, Grace, ft. G-Easy, ain’t no slave in this song.

“You don’t own me. You don’t own me,” she charges.

For this reason, she wants it all.

“Woah, let’s go. But I’m Gerald and I can always have just what I want,” she boosts.

Ultimately, this girl is very bad, which G-Easy likes.

“She’s that baddest I would love to flaunt. Take her shopping, you know Yves Saint Laurent,” he says.

Strangely enough, this artist can’t be bought.

“But nope, she ain’t with it though. All because she got her own dough. Boss bossed if you don’t know. She could never ever be a broke ho,” he says.

No doubt, this artist wants nothing to do with you.

“You don’t own me. I’m not just one of your many toys. You don’t own me. Don’t say I can’t go with other boys,” she explains.

Of course, this artist doesn’t like being ordered around.

“Don’t tell me what to do. And don’t tell me what to say,” she interjects.

Basically, this artist is not a trophy for some guy.

“Please, when I go out with you. Don’t put me on display,” she cries.

In addition, this artist won’t be changed.

“You don’t own me. Don’t try to change me in any way,” she demands.

First and foremost, this artist doesn’t like being held.

“You don’t own me. Don’t tie me down ’cause I’d never stay,” she warns.

Secondly, G-Eaxy says Grace will never be owned.

“Never borrow, she ain’t ever loan. That’s when she told me she ain’t never ever ever ever gonna be owned,” he says.

Finally, she just wants to be free.

“I’m young and I love to be young. I’m free and I love to be free. To live my life the way I want. To say and do whatever I please,” she sings.

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