SunnyDay
Bones Lyrics


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SESH
For me there ain't no finish, I get it then I replenish
I get up and I go get it while you sitting in the dirt like
How he do that? Bones, why you do that?
Always high, never hiding
That knife, it hop off my body
I let it fly if you doubt it
It will add some miles to your mileage, I make it go
But you knew that, but you knew that
It's the graveyard legend, they say that they independent
But they went and hired suits for business, booking, etcetera
It's the ultimate contradiction, I love how they got conviction
Result of false belief in self, it's time to hem up their britches
They swear that they're something different
It's time to hold up the mirror (yeah)
Let them see what there really is, what there really is
Let them see what there really is, (wait) what there (wait) really is
Blunts in the backyard
(Sunny day, sunny day, sunny day)
Blunts in the backyard
(Sunny day, sunny day, sunny day)
Blunts in the backyard




(Sunny day, sunny day, sunny day)
Blunts in the backyard

Overall Meaning

In Bones's song SunnyDay, he reflects on his success and work ethic. He acknowledges that for him, there is no end to the grind of creating and producing music. He constantly replenishes his creative energies and is always moving forward, while others may be content to sit in the dirt and watch him work. Bones takes a swipe at the music industry and those who claim to be independent, but have to hire suits for business and booking. He calls it the "ultimate contradiction" and suggests that false beliefs in oneself are to blame. He concludes by saying that it's time to hold up a mirror and let people see what's really there, a clear reference to his own uncompromising work ethic and dedication to his craft.


The chorus of the song is simple and repetitive, with Bones repeatedly invoking the image of smoking blunts in the backyard on a sunny day. This may be interpreted as a metaphor for his success, or simply a depiction of the laid-back lifestyle that he enjoys. The same could be said for the knife mentioned in the song, which he claims will "add some miles to your mileage." It's unclear whether he's referring to literal knife fights, or to the cutting-edge nature of his music and the challenges he faces in creating it.


Overall, SunnyDay is a commentary on the music industry and the creative process, as well as an ode to Bones's own success and work ethic. The song suggests that there is no finish line for those who are truly dedicated to their craft, and that success comes from constantly pushing oneself to do better, even when others may be content to sit back and watch.


Line by Line Meaning

For me there ain't no finish, I get it then I replenish
I never stop working towards my goals, and every time I achieve something, I use it to motivate me to reach even further.


I get up and I go get it while you sitting in the dirt like
While others languish in complacency, I am always working towards my next achievement.


How he do that? Bones, why you do that?
People are always wondering how I achieve so much, and why I have such drive and motivation.


Always high, never hiding
I am always at the top of my game, and always present and engaged in every situation.


That knife, it hop off my body
I am fully and unapologetically myself, and my personal style and attitude are evident in everything I do.


I let it fly if you doubt it
I have complete confidence in myself and my abilities, and I am always willing to prove my critics wrong.


It will add some miles to your mileage, I make it go
By pushing myself to achieve more, I am constantly building and growing my skills and experience, making me even more capable and successful.


But you knew that, but you knew that
Anyone who has been paying attention to my career knows that I am always striving for greatness and never content to rest on my laurels.


It's the graveyard legend, they say that they independent
I may not fit the mold of a typical hip-hop star, but I have earned my place as a legend in the genre, and I have always maintained my independence and authenticity.


But they went and hired suits for business, booking, etcetera
Other artists may try to blend in with the industry establishment and follow the traditional path to success, but I have built my success on my own terms, without compromising my values or vision.


It's the ultimate contradiction, I love how they got conviction
I find it ironic that other artists claim to be independent while relying on the same corporate structures and industry practices that stifle creativity and authenticity.


Result of false belief in self, it's time to hem up their britches
I believe that these artists are failing to truly embrace their own individuality and creativity, and it's time for them to step up and own their unique talents and ideas.


They swear that they're something different
Other artists may claim to be breaking the mold or offering something truly unique, but I don't see them living up to that potential.


It's time to hold up the mirror (yeah)
I believe that every artist needs to take a hard look at themselves and their work, and be honest about whether they are truly living up to their full potential.


Let them see what there really is, what there really is
I want other artists to take off their masks and truly reveal who they are, without hiding behind corporate structures or industry expectations.


Blunts in the backyard (Sunny day, sunny day, sunny day)
Despite all the challenges and obstacles I face, I always make time to celebrate my successes and enjoy life's simple pleasures.


Blunts in the backyard (Sunny day, sunny day, sunny day)
I know that staying grounded and enjoying the moment is the key to success and fulfillment in life.


Blunts in the backyard (Sunny day, sunny day, sunny day)
So while others may be caught up in the rat race or the industry game, I am content to enjoy a sunny day and a good smoke with my friends and family.




Writer(s): Dp, Elmo O'connor, Elmo O Connor

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

@rickyhb3681

Lyrics #TeamSesh

[Verse]
For me there ain't no finish, I get it then I replenish
I get up and I go get it while you sitting in the dirt like
How he do that? Bones, why you do that?
Always high, never hiding
That knife, it hop off my body
I let it fly if you doubt it
It will add some miles to your mileage, I make it go
But you knew that, but you knew that
It's the graveyard legend, they say that they independent
But they went and hired suits for business, booking, etcetera
It's the ultimate contradiction, I love how they got conviction
Result of false belief in self, it's time to hem up their britches
They swear that they're something different
It's time to hold up the mirror

[Pre-Hook]
Let them see what there really is, what there really is
Let them see what there really is, what there really is

[Hook]
Blunts in the backyard
(Sunny day, sunny day, sunny day)
Blunts in the backyard
(Sunny day, sunny day, sunny day)
Blunts in the backyard
(Sunny day, sunny day, sunny day)



All comments from YouTube:

@coolboy30000

only bones could make a song about a sunnyday and make it so dark and eerie

@bradmiller6045

@Hatt nah nah its about fools pose'n like they independent but they went and hired suits for business, booking, and etc.

@tarekwayne9193

Actually, the original dark song about a sunny day: My Own Summer, Deftones

@ironwoodnf9128

@Hatt "nah g lemme tell you what it REALLY bout" soundin ass

@LiveLaughPoop

He didn’t even produce this beat

@coolboy30000

@@LiveLaughPoop thanks for telling me that genius

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@xwavves208

If this is a sunnyday in bone’s life, let’s not imagine his nights

@dankfranklinproductions611

Sup me

@blackninja9400

I wonder how they still make money with this pandemic ... Does Sesh start selling masks too? I can't find new comments ... Are there no more concerts? What a scam .. :)

@alexheredia9594

@@blackninja9400 the fuck you be talking bout. they never sold SESH masks thats wack af. they making money from their merch and streams. they got a tour coming up in europe too

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