"Pour Me". At first listen, you will likely mistake the song for a cheerful Owl-City-Style pop ballad, but if you pay attention to the lyrics, you will find that it is actually a lyrically dissonant ballad about a man struggling with an alcohol addiction.
"Life inside a bottle, all alone..."
Notes from the Underground
"Medicine" is about someone who abuses drugs to point that they can't function without them and starts relating their dealer to being their "doctor".
"Oh, no, no I can't fight it, even when I hate it I still wanna like it
oh, no, no I can't hide it, I ain't got a dollar but I still try to buy it"
The entirety of "Believe".
"Outside" deserves a special mention. Danny sounds like he's breaking down in the chorus begging to be held, while Johnny sounds broken and angry. The lyrics can also be considered brutally honest.
"There's two types of people, you are weak or you are mean, yeah"
"What's another life time like mine? We all die a little sometimes, it's alright"
"Did you come to say your goodbyes to this life?"
"We all hurt a little sometimes. We're alright."
"Lion" is about knowing that you can achieve more in life and be better than you currently are but also knowing that your simultaneously tied down by your insecurities or other responsibilities.
J 3 T also admitted he dedicated the song to his daughter, and so did Danny, to his daughter.