29 thoughts on “Beyoncé – Performance at Grammys 2017 ( Live )”

  1. My sister wanted to know what she says and I did a lot of research so I share it with all of you too:

    Do you remember being born?
    Are you thankful? Are the hips that cracked, the deep velvet of your mother, and her mother, and her mother?
    You look nothing like your mother; everything like your mother.
    You desperately want to look like her, how to wear your mother's lipstick? You must wear it like she wears disappointment on her face.
    Your mother is a woman, and women like her cannot be contained.

    I think of love as trees, growing to and from one another, searching for the same light.
    Why are you afraid of love?
    You think it's not possible for someone like you, but you are the love of my life.

    (Love drought)
    Ten times out of nine, I know you're lying
    But nine times out of ten, I know you're trying
    So I'm trying to be fair, and you're trying to be there and to care
    And you're caught up in your permanent emotions
    All the loving I've been giving goes unnoticed, it's just floating in the air
    Lookie there, are you aware?
    You're my lifeline, are you trying to kill me?
    If I wasn't me, would you still feel me?
    Like on my worst day? Or am I not thirsty, enough?
    I don't care about the lights or the beams
    Spend my life in the dark for the sake of you and me
    Only way to go is up, skin thick, too tough.

    Cause you, you, you, you and me could move a mountain
    You, you, you, you and me could calm a war down
    You, you, you, you and me could make it rain now
    You, you, you, you and me could stop this love drought.

    So we're gonna heal, we're gonna start again, you are the magician.
    Pull me back together again the way you cut me in half.
    Make the woman in doubt disappear.
    Her heaven would be a love without betrayal.
    You look nothing like your mother; everything like your mother.

    We build sandcastles, that washed away
    I made you cry when I walked away, oh
    And I know I promised that I couldn't stay, baby
    Every promise don't work out that way.

    And your heart is broken cause I walked away
    Show me your scars and I won't walk away (oh)
    And I know I promised (I know) that I couldn't stay, baby
    Every promise don't work out that way, no, no, no, no, no, no
    Every promise don't work out that way

    There is a curse that will be broken.

    One thousand girls raise their arms now that reconciliation is possible.
    If we're gonna heal, let it be glorious.

  2. Literally everybody in this comment section is dumb. Beyonce is African American, and she's embracing African culture channeling an African goddess. There is nothing devilish about that. Not everyone believes in christianity and christianity was forced upon africans anyways.

  3. White people be like "this performance was satanic''?!? Bitch where? She inspired by African Goodness Ashun. If you don't know black people history and African goodness and history than shut fuck up cave people.

  4. this made me quite emotional….. ritual or not, didnt feel like harm to me or anyone else or the world, shes just a woman just like us trying to make her life something and her relationship work. just because its praising the devine feminine and venerating it theres all this ritual and witch talk. brushing ur teeth every morning is a fkn ritual, i think this was beautiful in every way, call me when they sacrifice a child or something

  5. JESUS….!this is indeed satanic! cant people ever notice? are those children,ghosts…wat r they? use pages of the holy Bible for tampon? guys pliz…notice what she is saying!

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