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“Kings & Queens”

If all of the kings had their queens on the throne
We would pop champagne and raise a toast
To all of the queens who are fighting alone
Baby, you’re not dancin’ on your own

Can’t live without me, you wanna’ but you can’t, nah-nah-nah
Think it’s funny, but honey, can’t run this show on your own
I can feel my body shake, there’s only so much I can take
I’ll show you how a real queen behaves, oh

No damsel in distress, don’t need to save me
Once I start breathin’ fire, you can’t tame me
And you might think I’m weak without a sword
But if I had one, it’d be bigger than yours

If all of the kings had their queens on the throne
We would pop champagne and raise a toast
To all of the queens who are fighting alone
Baby, you’re not dancin’ on your own

Disobey me, then baby, it’s off with your head
Gonna’ change it and make it a world you won’t forget
No damsel in distress, don’t need to save me
Once I start breathin’ fire, you can’t tame me
And you might think I’m weak without a sword
But I’m stronger than I ever was before

If all of the kings had their queens on the throne
We would pop champagne and raise a toast
To all of the queens who are fighting alone
Baby, you’re not dancin’ on your own

In chess, the king can move one space at a time
But queens are free to go wherever they like
You get too close, you’ll get a royalty high
So breathe it in to feel alive

If all of the kings had their queens on the throne
We would pop champagne and raise a toast
To all of the queens who are fighting alone
Baby, you’re not dancin’ on your own


“Kings & Queens” is the fourth single from Ava Max’s debut studio album.

The song was premiered on March 12, 2020, accompanied by a visualizer.


The first announcement of this song’s release came from an Instagram post by Ava Max on the 27th of February 2020 when she posted some pictures about royalty and revealed the release date of the single.


Ava Max commented on this track saying to MTV News, “It’s really just about, if queens ruled the world, the whole world would be a better place.”