One and Lonely is from Christian pop/rock band Superchick's second album, Last One Picked, and in it the band explores issues of body image and confidence, as well as the media's portrayal of women. The song acknowledges that the images presented of models, actresses, and singers are unrealistic for most women, but that they can still wreak havoc with your self-confidence. It reminds the listener that everyone has days when they don't feel attractive or special, but that you can move through those moments and find a place where you are happy with yourself as you are.
Notes for Parents: One and Lonely, like many of Superchick's songs, lacks religious references and instead focuses on positive, uplifting messages. The lyrics are suitable for all ages, but the messages about body confidence and media presentations of women are most suitable for girls 10 and up. The video is fan-made and features text showing the lyrics of the song. The video ends with a quote from Alexandra Martìnez about being a "perfectly imperfect girl."
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