Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)

Hey, you! How are you doing? 😀

Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” is a song by American artist Kelly Clarkson and the titular song from her fifth studio album, Stronger (2011).

The song is an uptempo one which draws from the genres of pop rock, dance-pop and electropop. Its lyrical content mainly explores themes of empowerment and recovery following a heartbreak, with the chorus inspired by a Friedrich Nietzsche quotation:


Read more about the song here.

Click here to listen and sing the song!

I have a simple question for you: the song says in its chorus that…

“What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger […]
What doesn’t kill you makes you a fighter.”

Do you agree with this? Can you tell me why/why not? (A situation you may have faced, or something like that). 😉

I am eager to read your comments! Bye!



2 thoughts on “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)

  1. Clara Gomes says:

    Hi teacher. This is a silly comment, but you know what this music brought to my head? That saying in portuguese: ”se não mata engorda” haha.
    Now talking serious: I do agree with the song because when we face difficult situations, doesn’t matter if we face it or not, we will learn something for life!!

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    • mirellenascimento says:

      Hey, sweetie! What’s up? 😉 First of all, thanks for your stopping by!

      Hahaha! This is not silly, sweetie. Actually, I would say this is a “popular version” of it. Because in our culture – in the past, you know – putting on weight was a sign of health! Your comparison makes total sense, huh?

      Oh dear, thanks for sharing your view!!! ❤ I would reinforce that tough moments will always come. This we cannot choose. However, we decide what we will make out of them! 🙂

      See you!!!


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