Meddle About
Chase Atlantic Lyrics


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[Verse]
Come and get it now
Come and get it now
Baby show me what you're doing
Come on, turn around
Cause it's not just a figure of speech
You got me down on my knees
It's getting harder to breathe out

[Chorus]
We only met each other just the other day
But you already got me feeling some type of way
Now, if I could figure it out
I'd take you back to my house
So we could meddle about
We could meddle about
Whoa oh oh oh, we could meddle about
No, whoa oh oh oh ooh, we could meddle about
Whoa, oh oh oh oh, we could meddle about

[Verse]
Girl, just scream it out
Tell me what you're thinking
Oh, I wanna see you undress, now
I wanna hear you confess now, oh, alright

[Chorus]

Back to my house so we can
Back to my house so we can
Meddle about, meddle about

[Verse]
Come and get it now
Come and get it now
Baby show me what you're doing
Come on, turn around
Cause it's not just a figure of speech
You got me down on my knees
It's getting harder to breathe out

[Chorus]
We only met each other just the other day
But you already got me feeling some type of way
Now, if I could figure it out
I'd take you back to my house
So we could meddle about
We could meddle about
Meddle about




We could meddle about
Whoa, we could meddle about

Overall Meaning

In Chase Atlantic's song "Meddle About," the singer is expressing his attraction toward a girl he recently met. The repeated chorus lines, "We only met each other just the other day / But you already got me feeling some type of way," reveal his surprise at how strongly he feels for this girl despite such a short time together. He wants to take her back to his house so they can "meddle about" and try new things together. The lyrics in the verse further support his desire to explore and experiment with this girl as they are more suggestive, "I wanna see you undress, now / I wanna hear you confess now."


The chorus serves as the main focus of the song, emphasizing the desire to take this girl back to his house to be intimate with her. "Meddle about" can be interpreted as a euphemism for sexual activities, suggesting the singer's intense physical attraction to this girl. The use of repetition in the chorus, particularly the "whoa oh oh oh"s, creates a catchy and memorable chorus.


Overall, "Meddle About" is a provocative track that explores the excitement of new love and sexual attraction.


Line by Line Meaning

Come and get it now
Asking the other person to act upon their desires.


Baby show me what you're doing
Asking to express oneself fully and unapologetically.


Come on, turn around
Asking the other person to face towards the singer.


Cause it's not just a figure of speech
The intentions behind the artist's words are genuine and real.


You got me down on my knees
The other person has a significant mental and emotional impact on the artist.


It's getting harder to breathe out
The intensity of the emotions and desires is becoming overwhelming.


We only met each other just the other day
The relationship is new and exciting, but also potentially fragile.


But you already got me feeling some type of way
The other person has a profound effect on the artist's emotions and desires.


Now, if I could figure it out
The artist is unsure about the other person's intentions and emotions.


I'd take you back to my house
Expressing a desire to be closer with the other person, both physically and emotionally.


So we could meddle about
To engage in sexual intimacy with the other person.


Girl, just scream it out
Asking the other person to be open and expressive about their desires.


Tell me what you're thinking
Asking the other person to share their thoughts and emotions.


I wanna see you undress, now
Expressing the desire to see the other person in a vulnerable and intimate state.


I wanna hear you confess now, oh, alright
Asking the other person to reveal their most intimate desires and emotions.


Back to my house so we can
Expressing a desire to bring the other person to a private, intimate space.


Meddle about, meddle about
To engage in sexual activity with the other person.


We could meddle about
To engage in sexual intimacy with the other person.


Whoa, we could meddle about
Expressing excitement and anticipation about the potential for sexual intimacy with the other person.




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