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Sarah Nazim

July 23, 2018
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Following her earlier release this year of “Body Count”, Toronto songstress Jessie Reyez returns with her latest emotional track, “Apple Juice” which is more in-line with her track “Figures”.

She appears to be talking about the emotional turmoil that accompanies those who come from a broken home:

Broken home baby
I can never blame you
No one ever taught you how to love right
No one ever taught you how to stand by
When it’s uphill
And more times this love is just uphill

You’re always fighting something
You never stop running
You don’t even bother tryna keep your smile
Let me take you back, boy let me try
We might be alright
Perfect ain’t coming but we’ll be alright