Jennah's Interlude
BLUE IVERSON Lyrics


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Talk to me slowly
Pull up behind, girl
Feeling all my love, before
Give me like something
Take a long time
You feel me out the door
Pullover slowly
Walking around
You feel the love before
Old-fashioned love
Coming around my door




Good old-fashioned love
Where have you been?

Overall Meaning

In BLUE IVERSON's song "Jennah's Interlude," the lyrics convey a yearning for a deep connection and a sense of nostalgia for a love that may have been lost or missed. The opening line, "Talk to me slowly," implies a desire for open and honest communication, suggesting the need for emotional vulnerability in a relationship. The following line, "Pull up behind, girl," could refer to physically being present and supportive, offering a sense of protection and companionship.


The lyrics continue with phrases like "Feeling all my love, before," indicating a longing for someone to truly understand and appreciate the love that the artist has to offer. The line "Take a long time, you feel me out the door" suggests a cautious approach to love, as if the artist wants to be thoroughly understood before fully investing in a relationship. It could also indicate a fear of being abandoned or rejected.


The following lines, "Pullover slowly, walking around, you feel the love before," portray an imagery of someone exploring the artist's heart and emotions, trying to grasp the depth of their love. The repeated phrase "Old-fashioned love, coming around my door, good old-fashioned love, where have you been?" implies a longing for a love that may be rare or unconventional in today's world. It expresses a yearning for a love that is sincere, genuine, and timeless, perhaps even a love that feels familiar and comfortable.


Line by Line Meaning

Talk to me slowly
Communicate with me in a calm and deliberate manner


Pull up behind, girl
Approach me from behind, my dear


Feeling all my love, before
Experiencing the depth of my affection beforehand


Give me like something
Provide me with a feeling or emotion


Take a long time
Proceed at a leisurely pace


You feel me out the door
You understand my intentions


Pullover slowly
Gradually come closer


Walking around
Moving about aimlessly


You feel the love before
You sense the presence of love beforehand


Old-fashioned love
Traditional and genuine affection


Coming around my door
Approaching and entering my life


Good old-fashioned love
Wonderful and authentic affection


Where have you been?
Where have you been hiding all this time?




Writer(s): Roy Nnawuchi, Jennah Bell

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