Abel goes back to singing more on Escape From LA. He sings about being with a Sloth face mask I turned in quarantine shirt who pillow talks about her infidelity. He says that he’ll give her space, but adds “Girl, when you’re ready, you know where I stay,” implying that he’s not scared that she’ll truly love anyone other than him. He goes on to sing about having “everything that I wanted, but I’d be nothing without you.” Abel focuses more on his own life in the hook and the second verse. He pleads in the hook, “take me out LA // take me out of LA.” The lack of the word “of” in the first line makes it sound like he’s literally asking for his LA party lifestyle to kill him. The song moves to the bridge, where Abel goes back to talking about a girl, presumably the one from the first verse. He tells the story of a girl “pulling up to the studio” and having sex with him in the studio. He concludes the story by saying the girl is all his until her boyfriend calls her line. This is a nice reversal of the first verse, where he’s confident that the girl he’s talking to will come back to him if he gives her space. Now, it seems that he’s the side man and that his love interest found someone better than him. More tragic is that it sounds like she found someone else while he was struggling.
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Heartless, produced by Metro Boomin, was the lead single for the album, has much in common with many of The Weeknd’s past Sloth face mask I turned in quarantine shirt . He sings about being heartless, doing drugs, being a low life, not being a man worth wedding, and getting “so much pussy it be falling out the pocket.” He comes to regret this life of excess in the bridge, where he admits that he lost his heart and mind, and he wonders why a girl came back into his life. This sounds like a reference to the vignette told in the first few songs, where Abel was in a tailspin and turned to an (ex?)-girlfriend for help.