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Do you ever feel like a .......................................?
Everything inside you is ................................. and twisted
Oh, but it's okay to be different
'Cause baby, so am I (So am I, so am I, so am I-I-I-I-I)
Can you hear the ............................... all across the room?
You feel her eyes all over you like cheap perfume
You're beautiful, but ...................................
So why you tryna be just like the ......................................?
I can see it, I know what you're feelin'
So let me tell you 'bout my little .................................
I'm a little crazy underneath this
Underneath this
Do you ever feel like a ............................?
Everything inside you is .............................. and twisted
Oh, but it's okay to be different
'Cause baby, so am I (So am I, so am I, so am I)
Do you ever feel like an outcast?
You don't have to fit into the format
Oh, but it's okay to be different
'Cause baby, so am I (So am I, so am I, so am I-I-I-I-I)
Oh so, dressed so fancy like Sid and Nancy (Yeah)
Walkin' Killer Queen, gotta keep 'em guessin'
So baby come pass me a lighter
We're gonna leave 'em .................................
We're the sinners and the blessings
I can see it, I know what you're feelin'
So let me tell you 'bout my little .........................
I'm a little crazy underneath this
Underneath this, ooh
Do you ever feel like a ?
Everything inside you is ......................... and twisted
Oh, but it's okay to be different
'Cause baby, so am I (So am I, so am I, so am I)
Do you ever feel like an outcast?
You don't have to fit into the format
Oh, but it's okay to be different
'Cause baby, so am I (So am I, so am I, so am I-I-I-I-I)
You're king and you're .........................
You're strong and you're .............................
You're bound but so ............................
(Ah-ah-ah)
So come and ......................... me
And call me Harley
And we'll make a scene
Do you ever feel like a .................................?
Everything inside you is .................................. and twisted
Oh, but it's okay to be different
'Cause baby, so am I (So am I, so am I, so am I)
Do you ever feel like an outcast?
You don't have to fit into the format
Oh, but it's okay to be different
'Cause baby, so am I (So am I, so am I, so am I-I-I-I-I)
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"So Am I " by Ava Max
So Am I” is the title of a 2019 single by American singer and songwriter Ava Max. The lyrics of “So Am I” see the narrator (Ava Max) telling her listener(s) that regardless of how they are, it is okay to be different. She encourages the listener not to be worried about feeling like a misfit or an outcast, for there is nothing inherently wrong with not fitting “into the format”. She assures the listener that they are perfect just the way God made them. Owing to this, they should never bother to try to fit in.
This is a self-empowering song whose lyrics are designed to boost the listener’s confidence and make them love and embrace themselves even more
The song stands to be a cause for all the “different,” “outcasts” and “misfits” of the society. In the song, Ava Max calls these people unique and categorizes herself as one of them, thus giving the inspiration for the song title. The music video for “So Am I” presents some people who would be classed “misfits” in our perfectionist society. An African American male, a ginger-haired girl, a girl with the skin condition vitiligo, a guy with braided hair, homosexuals, and different ethnicities.
Ava Max says it’s normal for people to whisper about your “differences” from across the room. This simply means that you are worth their time and attention.
In the second verse of “So Am I,” Ava Max shouts out to several mainstream “misfits” of the world. She shouts out to the story of Sid and Nancy(a member of the band Sex Pistols and his girlfriend with a sad story). She also makes a reference to "Killer Queen"HYPERLINK "http://justrandomthings.com/2018/11/24/queen-killer-queen-lyrics-meaning-and-song-analysis/" a global hit from the Rock band Queen, talking about high-class escorts. The lead singer of Queen, HYPERLINK "http://justrandomthings.com/2018/10/27/watch-the-epic-online-trailer-for-bohemian-rhapsody-movie-biopic-of-queen/"Freddie Mercury himself was a massive “misfit” from the society due to his bi-sexual tendencies.
In the same verse, Ava Max calls themselves “sinners and blessings.” In the eyes of the society and religions, they are sinners for being different on the outside. But most of the time, they have been blessings on this earth, much better than the ordinary Joes.
There's also a reference to Harley Quinn,  a fictional character appearing in  famous  American comic books, Harley Quinn is a frequent accomplice and lover of the Joker in Batman's Adventures.
Read more at: https://www.songmeaningsandfacts.com/ava-maxs-so-am-i-lyrics-meaning/

What do you think about this new hit by Ava Max?  Have you put up your hand for “So Am I” yet?
See the lyrics and translation
SO
SO is used to show agreement with positive statements.
SO + Auxiliary/Be + Subject (pronoun)
The Auxiliary (or To Be/Have) needs to agree with the verb tense in the original statement.
It is similar to using TOO at the end of a sentence.
Person A Person B
I am happy. So am I. = I am happy too.
I'm going to Brazil in the summer. So am I. = I am going to Brazil too.
You look nice today. So do you. = You look nice too.
Stephanie has a new boyfriend. So does Mary. = Mary has a new one too.
We went to the concert last night. So did I. = I went to the concert too.
I would love a coffee right now. So would I. = I would love a coffee too.
He will win a prize. So will I. = I will win one too.
They have finished their homework. So have I. = I have finished too.
I can speak two languages. So can I. = I can speak two too.
He should study more. So should I. = I should study more too.
We could see the mountains. So could we. = We could see them too.
My brother had eaten too much. So had I. = I had eaten too much too.
Sometimes you can use So + Auxiliary + Subject as a continuation of the first part of the sentence.
John can sing well and so can his brother.
(= John can sing will and his brother can sing well too)


NEITHER
Neither is used to show agreement with negative statements.
Neither + Auxiliary + Subject (pronoun)
The Auxiliary needs to agree with the verb tense in the original statement.
It is similar to using either at the end of a sentence, although Neither is more commonly used, especially in spoken English.
A: I don't understand Spanish.
B: Neither do I. (= I don't understand Spanish either.)
A: I cannot swim.
B: Neither can I. (= I can't swim either.)
Sometimes people respond Me Neither instead of Neither + Auxiliary + Subject though this is very informal spoken English.
Person A Person B
I am not hungry. Neither am I. = I'm not hungry either.
I'm not going to quit. Neither am I. = I'm not going to quit either.
They don't speak French. Neither do I. = I don't speak French either.
Stephanie doesn't eat meat. Neither does Mary. = Mary doesn't eat meat either.
Mary didn't go to the party. Neither did I. = I didn't go either.
I wouldn't like to do his job. Neither would I. = I wouldn't like to do it either.
He won't stop talking. Neither will you. = You won't stop either.
You haven't finished your meal. Neither have you. = You haven't finished either.
I can't reach the top shelf. Neither can I. = I can't reach it either.
You shouldn't talk in the movie. Neither should you. = You shouldn't talk either.
We couldn't hear him. Neither could we. = We couldn't hear him either.
I hadn't seen her before. Neither had I. = I hadn't seen her before either.

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