NEUHAUSEN, GERMANY - JUNE 25: Lorde performs during the third day of the Southside festival on June 25, 2017 in Neuhausen, Germany. (Photo by Thomas Niedermueller/Redferns)
Nivea Serrao
July 03, 2017 09:50 AM

Lorde loves to dance. And, apparently, she likes to sing about it.

Two weeks after the release of Lorde’s second album, Melodrama, a fan has pointed out a significant repetition, listing all the times the singer mentions “dancing” in her songs.

Twitter user @Lorde_fix, compiled an impressive list, including “when we danced on the light-up floor” from “Green Light,” “we danced with the truth” from “Sober,” and “dancing in my storm” from “Liability.”

The “Green Light” singer (and secret onion ring reviewer) was quick to respond and address the fan’s concerns.

“Wow LOL I didn’t realize it was at this level..” tweeted the “Green Light” in response. “Needless to say next record will move firmly away from dancing & explore new worlds :-)” She then added: “But right now I literally live to dance & I’m so proud to have written my thesis on it this time – it’s religion/therapy/purgatory/heaven.”

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That wasn’t all the “Homemade Dynamite” singer talked about on social media Saturday. She also expressed how proud she was of her latest accomplishment: Completing a seven-country tour in just as many days.

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“Just did seven countries in seven days for the first time. Popstar achievement unlocked,” Lorde tweeted before sharing that her inspiration for her current album actually began two years ago when she’d tweeted, “Hey, men – Do me and yourselves a favor, and don’t underestimate my skill.”

She then retweeted that particular tweet from 2015, with the comment, “The moment I decided to make a great f––kin’ record. Eat ur heart out.”

See Lorde’s tweets above.

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