It wouldn’t be a Bo Burnham song if he didn’t apologize at the end.
Burnham has risen to fame on the back of his catchy and comical piano tunes. Unlike some lesser musical comedians, Burnham’s lines never feel forced or cramped, and he doesn’t seem confined by one song style or predictable rhythms. His choice of topics also makes him a memorable performer, a trait exemplified by this cheery ditty, entitled “Kill Yourself.”
Burnham goes through a litany of methods for self-termination, from the mundane (jumping off a bridge) to the hyper-specific (marrying Courtney Love), but he also makes a serious argument for how to deal with low points and mental illness. Funnily enough, after Burnham gets through his long list of suicide suggestions, you might find yourself feeling much more cheerful.