Falling
Chase Atlantic Lyrics


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Pour another bottle to the floor, love
Pushin' for it, oh, you know I want some
'Cause everything you do is screaming: More drugs
It's kinda sad but it's awesome
Oh, we've lost it
Screeching off with no names
She said: Watch this
With her hands in the rain
Call it conflict, as you should
And you ain't gonna stop this, stop this
And you keep on falling, baby, figure it out
Just drive slow, straightforward, or I'm walking around
And your dad keeps calling, tell him: Cut that shit out
Just keep steering, keep steering now
We're pulling up to where you used to work at
Well tell 'em that you're finished, yeah, you mean that
Just take all you can grab
No receipt, tax
It's so illegal, but I like that
Oh, we've lost it
Screeching off with no names
She said, "Watch this"
With her hands in the rain
Call it conflict, as you should
And you ain't gonna stop this, stop it
Stop it, yeah
And you keep on falling, baby, figure it out
Just drive slow, straightforward, or I'm walking around
And your dad keeps calling, tell him, "Cut that shit out"
Just keep steering, keep steering now
She said, "Watch this"
Oh, yeah
Oh, we've lost it
She said, "Watch this"
Call it conflict, please, call it conflict
And you keep on falling, baby, figure it out
And you keep on falling, baby, figure it out
Just drive slow, straightforward, or I'm walking around




And your dad keeps calling, tell him, "Cut that shit out"
Just keep steering, keep steering now

Overall Meaning

The lyrics to Chase Atlantic's "Falling" seem to describe a wild night of drugs, rebellion, and breaking the rules. The first line, "Pour another bottle to the floor, love," suggests the excessive consumption of alcohol or other substances. The following lines, "Pushin' for it, oh, you know I want some," and "Everything you do is screaming: More drugs," further emphasize the theme of drug use.


The next verse describes a scene where the characters are driving recklessly ("Screeching off with no names") and engaging in illegal activities ("Just take all you can grab, no receipt, tax"). Despite any potential consequences, the singer seems to revel in the danger and excitement of it all ("It's so illegal, but I like that").


The chorus "And you keep on falling, baby, figure it out / Just drive slow, straightforward, or I'm walking around / And your dad keeps calling, tell him, 'Cut that shit out' / Just keep steering, keep steering now" suggests a sense of urgency and chaos. The mention of the father calling highlights the idea that the actions in the song are likely frowned upon by society and loved ones.


Overall, the lyrics to "Falling" depict a reckless and dangerous lifestyle filled with drugs, rebellion, and an unquenchable desire for thrill-seeking.


Line by Line Meaning

Pour another bottle to the floor, love
The singer is requesting that another bottle be poured and spilled on the floor, which is a symbol of their reckless and carefree behavior.


Pushin' for it, oh, you know I want some
The singer is eagerly looking to indulge in something, possibly drugs or alcohol.


'Cause everything you do is screaming: More drugs
The actions or behavior of the person being addressed is indicating a need for more drugs.


It's kinda sad but it's awesome
The artist acknowledges that their behavior is both destructive and regrettable, but still finds it pleasurable or exciting.


Oh, we've lost it
The situation or relationship between the artist and the person being addressed has reached a point of no return, where things are out of control.


Screeching off with no names
The singer and the person being addressed are leaving a place or situation quickly and without being identified.


She said: Watch this
The woman being addressed is instigating or encouraging the reckless behavior of the singer.


With her hands in the rain
The woman being addressed is engaging in risky behavior, perhaps holding her hands out in the rain or another dangerous situation.


Call it conflict, as you should
The artist acknowledges that their behavior is causing conflict or tension, and considers it appropriate to name it as such.


And you ain't gonna stop this, stop this
The artist is suggesting that the reckless behavior won't stop or be contained, despite its negative consequences.


And you keep on falling, baby, figure it out
The person being addressed is continuing to make bad choices or engage in risky behavior, and needs to take responsibility for their actions.


Just drive slow, straightforward, or I'm walking around
The artist is cautioning the person being addressed to be careful and precise in their actions, or else they will leave them behind.


And your dad keeps calling, tell him: Cut that shit out
The father of the person being addressed is attempting to intervene or stop their reckless behavior, but the singer is telling them to ignore it.


Just keep steering, keep steering now
The singer is telling the person being addressed to continue making choices and taking action in their reckless behavior.


We're pulling up to where you used to work at
The singer and the person being addressed are arriving at a place where the person used to work, possibly to steal or vandalize it.


Well tell 'em that you're finished, yeah, you mean that
The artist is encouraging the person being addressed to announce or admit that they are done with their job or responsibilities, as if it doesn't matter anymore.


Just take all you can grab
The artist is urging the person being addressed to take as much as they can without regard for consequences or legality.


No receipt, tax
The person being addressed should take things without proof of purchase or payment, avoiding any legal or financial obligations.


It's so illegal, but I like that
The singer is acknowledging that stealing and breaking the law is wrong, but still finds it exciting or enjoyable.


She said, "Watch this"
The woman being addressed is continuing to instigate or encourage reckless behavior.


Oh, yeah
The artist is expressing enthusiasm or agreement with the situation or behavior.


Call it conflict, please, call it conflict
The artist is repeating their acknowledgement that their behavior is causing conflict and wants others to recognize it.


And you keep on falling, baby, figure it out
The person being addressed is still making bad choices or behaving recklessly, and needs to take responsibility for their actions.


Stop it, yeah
The artist is reiterating that there is no stopping the reckless behavior or consequences.


Just keep steering, keep steering now
The singer is encouraging the person being addressed to keep making choices and taking action in their reckless behavior.




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