The reason why she said that is that over time, Paramore has been criticized for one line in particular: 'Second chances, they don't ever matter, people never change / Once a whore, you are nothing more, I'm sorry that will never change'.
Now, it appears fans won't be hearing the track at a live show for quite some time.
'Tonight, we are playing the song for the last time for a very long time. Hayley Williams made the announcement at a recent Nashville show, saying that the band felt it was "time to move away from it".
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Check out exclusive Lounge session with Paramore here where they perform track off "After Laughter" and share insights into how the songs came to be. See, frontwoman Hayley Williams wrote the song when she was roughly the same age as Matarazzo, and it contains lyrics that she, now an adult, no longer finds appropriate.
"The thing that annoyed me was that I had already done so much soul-searching about it, years before anyone else had decided there was an issue", Williams explained. It was literally a page in my diary about a singular moment that I experienced as a high schooler'. "It's the way I tried to call her out using words that didn't belong in the conversation".
"I believe I was supposed to have written those backwards words and I was supposed to learn something from them... years later", Williams concluded. "It was important, however, for me to show humility in that moment", she told Track 7.
"It's a lot easier when we have support and community with each other". It's a decision that has some fans saddened, but despite the song's nostalgic power, most fans seem to understand Paramore's choice to move on.