Growing up lyrics: Pollyana grows on me

Metric grew up on me,I don’t even know where to begin.

The lyrics of ‘I’m going to be a grown-up’ were the first thing that hit my head and I’ve been a grown up since then.

Metric have always been about feeling happy and I have always wanted to be one of the cool kids on the block.

Metres, the songwriter and producer who produced all of the album’s tracks, recently spoke to about growing up and why she didn’t want to become a ‘superstar’.

Metres on the album:I grew up listening to The Beatles and I wanted to make my own Beatles records.

I wanted the music to be as real as possible.

I just want to feel like I’m a part of the music.

I want the people that I listen to to be like me.

That’s why I wanted it to be about me, not the music, but the people.

I grew up as a Beatles fan, but I never wanted to become one of those guys that’s in a band and I was like ‘this isn’t going to happen’.

I’m just a normal teenager.

You can’t be a Beatles fanatic or you’re going to become famous.

It just wasn’t something that I wanted, because I’ve always been an introvert.

I have my mum, and my dad is very quiet and he doesn’t really talk to me much.

My dad is always like ‘I love you’ but I think he’s just bored.

So, I’ve just been listening to my mum and being like ‘oh, I really need to talk to him’.

It’s just been a long time since I’ve spoken to him.

Metre on the songs: I just wanted to express myself, I wanted people to feel happy.

I didn’t think it was going to work, but it did.

I’m always trying to get better at everything, so I’m happy with it.

The album is definitely my first release.

I feel like a grownup, I just think the world has changed a lot.

I don’t know what I would do if I was in the same position as the Beatles.

It’s something that just happens.

I think I would probably be more in touch with what’s going on in the world, and how things work.

Metra on the song: I’ve never really been a big fan of The Beatles, because they always seemed like an old school band.

They were very traditional, so they weren’t really about that.

I like that I grew into the world of the pop music and all of that, and that’s where I’m at now.

I love the world and I love people, and I’m in love with myself.

I try to be myself on my album.

It doesn’t have to be the Beatles, it just has to be my own, my own version of myself.

It is the music I want to make.

My favourite part of making an album is making the music myself.

That means I’m constantly trying to think of something I could really go crazy about, because the best thing about this album is it’s the music that makes me feel good.

I make it the music for myself.

Metras on the new album: I love music, I love being creative.

I’ve only ever made music once before, so it’s been a while.

I always have a big collection of music in my house.

I’d like to make more, I think, because my dad used to make music with me when I was younger.

I still have it and I still use it to write music, so that’s always been in my back pocket.

I haven’t put any out yet, but when I do, I want it to really be my favourite thing.

Metrics on the track: I want people to know that they can really get in touch and relate to me.

I never thought it would be something that people would relate to.

I thought that would be for the people to just have their own opinion.

I felt like I had to write a song about myself because I wanted everybody to feel really connected to me, and people didn’t really relate to anyone else on the internet.

Metronom on the first single, ‘No One’: I want everyone to know they can actually connect with me.

There’s just so many things that I love about it.

I wrote it when I wanted a girl on the phone and a friend was just in the car and she was really nice.

I really wanted that to be something I felt a connection to and it ended up being a pretty funny thing to write.

Metrinet on the second single, ”No One”: It’s been so long since I was last in a relationship.

It was kind of like a break up, because there was no one there.

I was just going out and doing