The last thing is I feel like the song is saying that you will have breakups but they just get you ready for The One

The upbeat nature of the beat combined with Clarkson's ability to deliver positive, soulful, and inspiring lyrics make "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)" and powerful crossover hit. It will show the person later on that it made them stronger than they thought it make them. Meaning, Main Idea, and Message of The Song In a nutshell, this Kelly Clarkson's What Doesn't Kill You (Stronger) song tells us about a girl's endurance of a bad situation.

I think the song is about whenever people get criticized or bullied and they feel like that person really broke them. With the untrained ear, at first listen, this song seems flatly to be about the pursuit of a woman, a woman that is difficult to get to, worth his efforts no matter how many let downs, turn downs, or distractions from other “less genuine” females -- and the frustration he has builds up -- it makes him stronger. The duo from Daft Punk cooperated with Kanye West in allowing him to place his rapped lyrics over their electronic pop rhythm and were delighted when they heard the final version. It teaches you that your stronger than you seem and you don't need to listen to all these socialty people who hate you for you.

This could also be a song that tells people that you will get made fun of, but that all just makes you stronger and a better person. This contrast of light and dark melodies prepares the listener for one last energizing chorus where Clarkson re-emphasizes the meaning of the song.

The situation specifically refers to the time when she is broken hearted after her boy leaves her.

The upbeat nature of the beat combined with Clarkson's ability to deliver positive, soulful, and inspiring lyrics make "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)" and powerful crossover hit.

This contrast of light and dark melodies prepares the listener for one last energizing chorus where Clarkson re-emphasizes the meaning of the song. This is based on Daft Punk's song "Harder Better Faster Stronger," which peaked at #25 in the UK in 2001.