Stunner
Milky Chance Lyrics


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She was a stunner
Riding high and I got low
Rank and others
Couldn't see what she was worth
On the party
Behind the sunrise in the meadow
Month of July
I was a runner
Running high without a stop
Sticking to the
Imaginable spire-spot
On the party
Behind the sunrise in the meadow
Month of July

Come, come
We go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
We go so far and we
End up in richest poverty
Go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
And we end up
In richest poverty

She was a stunner
Riding high and I got low
Rank and others
Couldn't see what she was worth
On the party
Behind the sunrise in the meadow
Month of July

I was a runner
Running high without a stop
Sticking to the
Imaginable spire-spot
On the party
Behind the sunrise in the meadow
Month of July

Come, come
We go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
We go so far and we
End up in richest poverty
Go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
And we end up
In richest poverty

Come, come
We go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
We go so far and we
End up in richest poverty
Go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
And we end up
In richest poverty

I was a runner
Running high without a stop
Sticking to the
Imaginable spire-spot
On the party
Behind the sunrise in the meadow
Month of July

Come, come
We go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
We go so far and we
End up in richest poverty
Go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
And we end up
In richest poverty

Come, come
We go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
We go so far and we
End up in richest poverty
Go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
And we end up
In richest poverty

Go up to church
Ring the bell of happiness
And end up
In richest poverty, mhm, yeah
End up
End up




Richest poverty
Goodbye

Overall Meaning

The lyrics to Milky Chance's song Stunner describe a relationship between two people who are opposites in some ways but have a deep connection. The woman is described as a stunner, riding high and impressive to those around her, while the man is a runner, constantly moving and not settling down. Despite their differences, they share a moment of happiness and connection, going up to church and ringing the bell of happiness. However, this happiness is short-lived as they inevitably end up in "richest poverty" - possibly describing a sense of emotional or spiritual emptiness.


The use of contrasting imagery throughout the song adds to the sense of the two characters being different but complementary. The woman is described as being "behind the sunrise" in the meadow - a place of beauty and calm - while the man is "sticking to the imaginable spire-spot" - a high point that is difficult to attain. The repeated chorus of "Come, come / We go up to church / And ring the bell of happiness" emphasizes the fleeting nature of their happiness and the sense that they are searching for something that they can't quite reach.


Overall, Stunner is a melancholic yet hopeful song that explores the complexities of human relationships and the search for happiness.


Line by Line Meaning

She was a stunner
The woman in question had an impressive appearance and demeanor.


Riding high and I got low
She was successful and I was not.


Rank and others
People of importance and status.


Couldn't see what she was worth
They did not recognize her true value or potential.


On the party Behind the sunrise in the meadow Month of July
These lines establish the setting in which the events are taking place.


I was a runner
The singer was always on the move, constantly working hard.


Running high without a stop
He was motivated and determined in his pursuits.


Sticking to the Imaginable spire-spot
He was focused on a specific goal that may seem impossible to achieve.


Come, come We go up to church And ring the bell of happiness
This repetition of a phrase indicates a desire for joy and fulfillment.


We go so far and we End up in richest poverty
Despite putting in effort, they do not achieve success and remain in a state of unfulfilled desire.


Go up to church And ring the bell of happiness And we end up In richest poverty
This chorus reiterates the point that despite their efforts, they do not achieve the happiness and success they seek.


Goodbye
The song ends on a somewhat melancholy note, with the idea that things may not have turned out as hoped.




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Written by: CLEMENS REHBEIN

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@indialloyd-hitchins5448

She was a stunner
Ridin' high and I got low
Ranking others
Couldn't see what she was worth
On the party
Behind the sunrise in the meadow
Month of July
I was a runner
Ridin' high without a stop
Sticking to the
Imaginable spire-spot
On the party
Behind the sunrise in the meadow
Month of July
Come, come
We go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
We go so far and we
End up in richest poverty
Go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
And we'll end up
In richest poverty
She was a stunner
Ridin' high and I got low
Rank and others
Couldn't see what she was worth
On the party
Behind the sunrise in the meadow
Month of July
I was a runner
Ridin' high without a stop
Sticking to the
Imaginable spire-spot
On the party
Behind the sunrise in the meadow
Month of July
Come, come
We go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
We go so far and we
End up in richest poverty
Go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
And we'll end up
In richest poverty
Come, come
We go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
We go so far and we
End up in richest poverty
Go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
And we'll end up
In richest poverty
I was a runner
Ridin' high without a stop
Sticking to the
Imaginable spire-spot
On the party
Behind the sunrise in the meadow
Month of July
Come, come
We go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
And we'll end up
In richest poverty
Go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
And we'll end up
In richest poverty
Come, come
We go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
And we'll end up
In richest poverty
Go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
And we'll end up
In richest poverty
Go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
And end up
In richest poverty, mhm, yeah
Yeah
End up
End up
In richest poverty
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@beslaxuba2011

She was a stunner
Riding high and I got low
Rank and others
Couldn't see what she was worth
On the party
Behind the sunrise in the meadow
Month of July

I was a runner
Running high without a stop
Sticking to the
Imaginable spire-spot
On the party
Behind the sunrise in the meadow
Month of July

Come, come
We go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
We go so far and we
End up in richest poverty
Go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
And we'll end up
In richest poverty

She was a stunner
Riding high and I got low
Rank and others
Couldn't see what she was worth
On the party
Behind the sunrise in the meadow
Month of July

I was a runner
Running high without a stop
Sticking to the
Imaginable spire-spot
On the party
Behind the sunrise in the meadow
Month of July

Come, come
We go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
We go so far and we
End up in richest poverty
Go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
And we'll end up
In richest poverty

Come, come
We go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
We go so far and we
End up in richest poverty
Go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
And we'll end up
In richest poverty

I was a runner
Running high without a stop
Sticking to the
Imaginable spire-spot
On the party
Behind the sunrise in the meadow
Month of July

Come, come
We go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
We go so far and we
End up in richest poverty
Go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
And we'll end up
In richest poverty

Come, come
We go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
We go so far and we
End up in richest poverty
Go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
And we'll end up
In richest poverty

Go up to church
And ring the bell of happiness
And we'll end up
In richest poverty, mhm, yeah
Yeah
End up
End up
In richest poverty



@LexusBLN1985

Lyrics to Stunner :

She was a stunner
riding high and i got low
rank and others
couldn’t see what she was worth
on the party
behind the sunrise in the meadow
month of july

I was a runner
running high without a stop
sticking to the
imaginable spire-spot
on the party
behind the sunrise in the meadow
month of july

Come come
we go up to church
and ring the bell of happiness
we go so far and we
end up in richest poverty
go up to church
and ring the bell of happiness
and we’ll end up
in richest poverty



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@gracec5017

I PERSONALLY THINK MILKY CHANCE IS UNDERRATED. HIS MUSIC IS AMAZING WHAT

@meghandavern3521

i agree!!!!!

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it's 2 guys

@jedcopeland2599

Their music

@davittumasian8671

way too underrated and unpopular I'd say

@gracec5017

+David Tumasyan TRUE

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@farklotinc3359

Milky chance's music just gives you this GOOD FEELING INSIDE :) WHO'S WITH ME!!

@medvadel1237

exacly

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naruto uzumaki I'm with you

@rohandaniel311

Yeah man. I use this to mellow out.

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