LilacWine
Bones Lyrics


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All I need is woods so I can turn it to some smoke, bitch
All I need's a half so I can turn it to a O, bitch
Never had a friend so I'm used to being alone
Find me somewhere in between Howard Hughes and Nina Simone
What, Lilac wine with the fresh french roll
Subtitles off cause one day we might move
1887 when the Model T move
Through the cobblestone streets where I let my mind brew
Remember when we used to bring coins to the teller
Remember when we used to steal bottles from the cellar
I'm blitzing with some brother had the ice white camo with the twin 38's because we didn't know better

I know what you're thinking, I'm thinking it too, shit
Smoke with my brothers, we ride on that crew shit
We pull up the people like who this?
Who this, who that, who that now, when I pull up in it they don't know how to act now
Who this, who that, who that now, when I pull up in it they don't know how to act now
I'm going hard, I'm going hard





This a brand new DJ Hip-Hop supreme smash
DJ Truck Nuts

Overall Meaning

The lyrics of Bones's song "LilacWine" convey themes of isolation, self-reliance, nostalgia, and a sense of rebellion. The first verse begins with the desire for solitude, represented by the woods and turning it into smoke, which can be interpreted as a metaphor for finding solace in seclusion. The reference to needing only a half to turn it into an ounce highlights the singer's familiarity with illicit substances and their ability to provide solace or escapism.


The second line, "Never had a friend so I'm used to being alone," suggests a deep sense of loneliness and self-sufficiency, hinting that the singer has grown accustomed to being isolated. Comparing themselves to both the reclusive Howard Hughes and the legendary singer and civil rights activist Nina Simone reveals a complex identity, blending introversion with a longing for creative expression and social change.


The following lines reintroduce the theme of nostalgia, mentioning lilac wine and a fresh French roll. Lilac wine is a reference to a type of floral-infused alcoholic beverage, symbolizing the singer's fondness for indulging in nostalgic experiences. Subtitles being turned off indicates a desire to immerse oneself fully in the present moment, rather than dwelling on the past or future.


The mention of 1887 and the Model T car alludes to a bygone era, evoking a sense of historical reflection and contemplation. The singer mentions cobblestone streets and allowing their mind to brew, suggesting a desire for intellectual stimulation and introspection. Recalling a time when the singer and their friends used to bring coins to the teller and steal bottles from the cellar implies a rebellious past, characterized by mischief and defiance of societal norms.


The chorus reaffirms a sense of camaraderie and the importance of maintaining integrity within one's circle. Smoking with "my brothers" represents a form of bonding and shared experiences. The singer takes pride in their group's unity and nonconformity, as they pull up on people who may question their authenticity or credibility. This can be seen in the repetition of the line "Who this, who that, who that now, when I pull up in it they don't know how to act now."


The mention of DJ Truck Nuts in the final line of the lyrics seems to refer to the DJ or producer responsible for creating the track. It's a playful and attention-grabbing line, possibly suggesting that the song is a new release that the DJ is promoting as a "brand new DJ Hip-Hop supreme smash."


Line by Line Meaning

All I need is woods so I can turn it to some smoke, bitch
I only need marijuana to smoke and relax


All I need's a half so I can turn it to a O, bitch
All I need is a half ounce of marijuana to roll into a joint


Never had a friend so I'm used to being alone
I've always been lonely because I never had true friends


Find me somewhere in between Howard Hughes and Nina Simone
My personality is a mix of being reclusive like Howard Hughes and artistic like Nina Simone


What, Lilac wine with the fresh french roll
I enjoy drinking Lilac wine (a type of wine) with a freshly baked French bread roll


Subtitles off cause one day we might move
I disable subtitles on TV because I plan on leaving this place one day


1887 when the Model T move
In 1887, the Model T car was invented and changed transportation


Through the cobblestone streets where I let my mind brew
I walk through the old-fashioned streets and let my thoughts simmer


Remember when we used to bring coins to the teller
I reminisce about the times we would exchange coins with the bank teller


Remember when we used to steal bottles from the cellar
I recall the times we would sneakily take bottles from the cellar


I'm blitzing with some brother had the ice white camo with the twin 38's because we didn't know better
I am hanging out with a friend who foolishly carries two 38 caliber handguns wearing an impractical ice white camouflage


I know what you're thinking, I'm thinking it too, shit
I understand what you're thinking, and I'm thinking the same thing


Smoke with my brothers, we ride on that crew shit
I smoke marijuana with my close friends, embracing the camaraderie


We pull up the people like who this?
As we arrive, people wonder who we are


Who this, who that, who that now, when I pull up in it they don't know how to act now
When I arrive in my presence, it confuses people and they are unsure how to react


I'm going hard, I'm going hard
I am fully committed and giving my all in everything I do


This a brand new DJ Hip-Hop supreme smash
This is a newly released song by DJ Hip-Hop that is receiving great popularity


DJ Truck Nuts
A humorous reference to the DJ's name, implying a bold and lively personality




Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
Written by: Elmo Kennedy O'Connor

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