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"I Disagree" is a song by Poppy. It served as the second single and title track from her third studio album I Disagree and is the second track on the album. It was released on October 4th, 2019 alongside a music video. The music video currently has over 4 million views on YouTube.
Poppy first announced the single alongside a teaser for the music video on September 12th, 2019. Poppy posted another teaser on September 20th, 2019, as well as a third and final teaser on October 2nd, 2019.
"I Disagree" is about Poppy breaking free and rebelling from Them. In the verses, Poppy mentions various reasons she disagrees with their decisions, and how They are not treating her positively. In the chorus, she sings about burning Them to the ground, which could be symbolic of escaping their control.
The song could also be about breaking free from a controlling relationship, as Poppy sings about being pressured and failed to be pleasured.
- This is the fifth Poppy song to feature bilingual lyrics, with the intro and bridge incorporating both English and Japanese. This was preceded by "Moshi Moshi" and "Voicemail", which also incorporate both English and Japanese, as well as "Hard Feelings" and "Aristocrat", which incorporate both English and French.
- The Japanese lyrics "watashi wa anata ni dōi shimasen" roughly translate to "I disagree with you".
- This is the fourth Poppy song to have been performed live before its official release, the others being "Fashion After All", "Chic Chick", "Concrete", "Bloodmoney" and "Bite Your Teeth". It was first performed at Pukkelpop 2019.