Paradise
Chase Atlantic Lyrics


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It feels like heaven on the inside
She's calling my name and, oh, it sounds nice
The way that you're dancing in the moonlight
I think I'm falling in love with all these big signs

Well she said, "How you feeling? Are you lost again?"
No, we don't need directions from you or your friends
We're speeding through the city 'cause you'll see the end
Just tell us where to go and we'll be there in ten

And she walks down
I noticed how she does it for real now
And she talks loud
She's telling me what I wanna hear now
Is it real now?
How do I know for sure?

She's always hanging with the wrong guys
She's caught up in lights, you know, the big kind
If I make it right then we can leave time
I know I said it before, yeah it just sounds nice

Well she said, "How you feeling? Are you lost again?"
No, we don't need directions from you or your friends
We're speeding through the city 'cause you'll see the end
Just tell us where to go and we'll be there in ten

And she walks down
I noticed how she does it for real now
And she talks loud
She's telling me what I wanna hear now
Is it real now?
How do I know for sure?

She calls me in the middle of a Sunday night
I'm falling just a little baby, shit ain't right
She calls me in the middle of a Sunday night
I'm falling just a little baby, shit ain't right

And she walks down
I noticed how she does it for real now
And she talks loud
She's telling me what I wanna hear now
Is it real now?

And she walks down
I noticed how she does it for real now
And she talks loud
She's telling me what I wanna hear now




Is it real now?
How do I know for sure?

Overall Meaning

"Paradise" by Chase Atlantic is a song about infatuation and the allure of a carefree lifestyle. The song describes the feeling of being drawn to someone who embodies a certain lifestyle that represents a sort of paradise. The lyrics begin with the singer feeling like he's in heaven on the inside, being drawn to someone who calls his name and who is dancing in the moonlight. He's falling in love with the big signs of this paradise-like lifestyle.


The singer is then confronted by someone who asks if he's lost again and if he needs directions. The singer is confident that the person and his friends don't have anything to offer since they're speeding through the city and are sure of where they're going. The singer then talks about the temptation presented by a girl who is never with the right guys and is drawn to bright lights, the kind that represent the big life. He makes a promise to make things right between them so they can leave time behind because it sounds nice.


In the chorus, the singer describes his interaction with the girl he's drawn to. In the first verse, she's calling his name, and in the second verse, she calls him in the middle of the night. He's falling a little, but something isn't right. However, he's still drawn in by her realness and the fact that she tells him what he wants to hear. He's left questioning whether it's real, wondering how he can know for sure.


Overall, "Paradise" is a song that presents the idea of trading time for paradise, embodying a carefree lifestyle that represents a sort of heaven. It's a song about attraction, temptation, and the allure of chasing after something bigger and brighter.


Line by Line Meaning

It feels like heaven on the inside
The feeling inside me is so magical that it seems like I am in heaven.


She's calling my name and, oh, it sounds nice
The way she is calling my name seems so charming and pleasant to hear.


The way that you're dancing in the moonlight
Your dancing in the moonlight is so captivating and fascinating.


I think I'm falling in love with all these big signs
I am gradually falling in love with all the hints and signals you are giving me.


Well she said, "How you feeling? Are you lost again?"
She asked me if I'm feeling alright or if I'm feeling lost again just like before.


No, we don't need directions from you or your friends
We don't need any help or directions from you or your friends.


We're speeding through the city 'cause you'll see the end
We are quickly driving through the city since we both know where we are headed at the end.


Just tell us where to go and we'll be there in ten
If you just tell us where to go, we can reach there within ten minutes.


And she walks down
As she walks by me


I noticed how she does it for real now
I finally realize that she is doing it for real this time.


And she talks loud
She speaks loudly


She's telling me what I wanna hear now
She is telling me everything that I want to hear.


Is it real now?
Is everything happening real though?


How do I know for sure?
How can I be completely certain of everything?


She's always hanging with the wrong guys
She is usually seen with the wrong type of guys.


She's caught up in lights, you know, the big kind
She is fascinated by the big kind of lights and is always caught up in them.


If I make it right then we can leave time
If I can make things right, we can spend more time together.


I know I said it before, yeah it just sounds nice
I might have said this before, but it's just nice to hear myself say it again.


She calls me in the middle of a Sunday night
She calls me in the middle of the night on a Sunday.


I'm falling just a little baby, shit ain't right
I am slowly falling for her, but something doesn't feel right.




Writer(s): Jared Scott, Matt Chase, Jimmy Smith

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