BTS’ Suga details the ‘Permission to Dance’ lyric he dubs ‘a beacon of hope’

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July 26, 2021

BTS’ Suga finally spills the beans on the one lyric he finds to be a symbol of hope in ‘Permission to Dance’

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BTS’ Suga recently weighed in on the one lyric that he finds to be ‘a symbol of hope’ for all ARMYs worldwide, from Permission to Dance.

The conversation arose while the duo sat through an SBS interview that spoke at length about their recent rise to fame internationally.

There Suga dubbed the lyric, “Cause when we fall, we know how to land” his beacon of hope and was quoted saying, “I’ve said several times that I’m afraid of falling but not landing. And the difference between falling and landing is that landing means that you can take off again.”

“So, no matter how desperate the situation is, if we choose landing instead of falling, choose not to give up, and just land, we’re ready to fly again.”

He also went on to say, “I thought it’s a very appropriate thing to say in the current situation, and I could relate to the lyrics while singing. And there are countries where the situation is slowly but surely getting better. Seeing that, I think I am looking for hope again.”




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