‘Euphoria’ Season 2 Soundtrack: unreleased ‘Hey Lord you know I’m tired’ is a fave


Fans of Euphoria are interested in a song from season 2 episode 4 with the lyrics “Hey Lord, you know I’m fatigued.” Continue reading to learn the artist and title of the song.

Euphoria season 2 is getting significantly more intense as we speak. The show has witnessed relationships get even more complicated than before, with the most recent episode, You Who Cannot See, Think Of Those Who Can, Cassie ends things with Nate (for now) following his reunion with Maddy.

Who could resist the spicy sexual tension between Jules and Elliot, who have kissed far more than they should? Meanwhile, Rue’s addictions grow worse, and her visit to the church generates excitement among fans eager to find out what song is playing during the scene. It’s a tearjerker.

Euphoria’s “Hey Lord you know I’m tired” song is another hit from Labrinth

The song is by Labrinth and goes under the title I’m Tired. It’s a hidden track owing to a lack of availability on any music service.

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It will, however, most likely appear on the season 2 soundtrack, which we expect will be available in March, given that a month has passed since the conclusion of season 1.

The song I’m Tired starts playing while Rue is on a journey in which she walks down the aisle at a church funeral. The scene implies her funeral, as her addiction has gotten worse throughout the season.

Meanwhile, the words “Hey Lord, you know I’m weary,” “Hey Lord, just cut me loose,” and “Hey Lord, you know I’m fighting” suggest that Rue may perish this season not only due to an overdose but also owing to how much she misses her father, Robert.

Because he’s no longer here, we anticipate Rue overdoses and approaches death so she can be reconnected to him once more. Labrinth makes his debut as the church singer who embraces Rue during her journey in this episode.

Meaning of Drink Before The War explained

The song that’s generating a lot of buzz is Sinéad O’Connor’s Drink Before The War, which Cal and Cassie perform on Glee. According to the song’s title, the 1987 track seems to be a war ballad since the Irish vocalist has drawn inspiration from previous historical events.

But it’s the lady, so we’re guessing that “Drink Before The War” refers to a crumbling relationship and her partner refuses to mend his ways.

These are some of the lyrics:

Somebody cut out your eyes

You refuse to see

Somebody cut out your heart

You refuse to feel

Cassie will certainly change things up the next time around, as Cal danced to the song and confessed his two-sided life to her heartbroken form.

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