One of the more popular prop bet offerings for Super Bowl 55 will be the first song sung by The Weeknd during the Halftime Show. “Save Your Tears” is the latest release from the popular Canadian recording artist, so there is great value with a payout of $100 for every $10 bet and $1000 for every $100 bet.
I’m just in love with this song https://t.co/6kIII9lJTQ
— Maioosa soliman (@Maioosasoliman) January 24, 2021
The song just entered the Top 40 on the Hot AC Radio chart.
The Weeknd wrote and produced the song with producers Max Martin and Oscar Holter, with Belly and Jason Quenneville receiving additional writing credits.
The song was released as the album’s fourth single on August 9, 2020 in Europe. It impacted US radio on November 24, 2020.
It is speculated that “Save Your Tears” touches on the impact both Bella Hadid and a second ex, seemingly his second most recent girlfriend Selena Gomez, had on him. The song captures the Weeknd’s longing for Hadid after seeing her out, and his regrets over breaking her heart. This run-in was likely the one reported in tabloids the previous summer: The two ran into each other at Catch One nightclub after their breakup in August 2019, and Hadid left minutes after the Weeknd arrived. The artist acknowledging Hadid’s refusal to give him attention is likely because he hurt her the way another ex—Gomez, perhaps, who he sang extensively about in his previous EP My Dear Melancholy—did him (“I broke your heart like someone did to mine / And now you won’t love me for a second time”).
The Weeknd first song performed Place Your Bets Here
Blinding Lights +150
Pray For Me +250
Can’t Feel My Face +300
I Feel it Coming +900
Earned It +1000
Love Me Harder +1000
The Hills +1000
Save Your Tears +1000
In Your Eyes +1200
Lost in the Fire +1600
(Pray For Me opened +500)
– Jordan Bach, Gambling911.com