Billie Eilish explains the meaning of ‘All the good girls go to hell’

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The grammie nominee and four time Grammy winner,Billie Eilish, performed a livestream with FINNEAS from their homes because of the pandemic for Verizon’s Pay It Forward Live series. During the streaming,the talented singer used the opportunity to clear the the air about her hit song “all good girls go to hell”.

She said: “Now as much as people want to believe this song is about me being a devil worshipper and being satan, it’s not about that. It’s about global warming, and we wrote this song like three years ago. The deeper meaning of the song is about global warming and climate strike and what’s really important,”

She later continued saying: “This song is about the world and trying to save it, and people not believing that it needs to be saved.”