thats no fun
Steve Lacy Lyrics


Jump to: Overall Meaning ↴  Line by Line Meaning ↴

Hey Steve man, you-you've changed man
Me? I changed?
I don't know you're just, you're just different
Like, you're not the same Steve that I knew
I'm not gonna be the same Steve that you knew
That was, five years ago
Why would I still be on the same shit bro?
Shut the fuck up

I change, you change (change)
Why would one stay the same?
That's no fun
You're strange, so strange (strange)
If you choose to remain the same

When I say change, I mean evolve
All my old friends they just dissolve
Because they stayed on the same old shit
Just hung out off campus smokin' this
You see me, I'm not the type of guy
But I used to before I found my high
But they can't grasp, they don't know why
I'm not the same Steve they used to like

I change, you change (change)
Why would one stay the same?
That's no fun
You're strange, so strange (strange)
If you choose to remain the same

And you talk white now
What does that mean?
I don't even who you are anymore, bro like
What?
Uh, I don't know, you're weird bro, you're weird
I'm weird?
You know, remember like, remember swimmin'
Remember in 8th grade
You know what I'm sayin', we used to be jerkin' bro?
Yeah, I remember that
What happened to that Steve? I want him back
Oh my God

I change, you change (change)
Why would one stay the same?
That's no fun




You're strange, so strange (strange)
If you choose to remain the same

Overall Meaning

The lyrics to Steve Lacy's song "That's No Fun" address the concept of change and how it can affect relationships between individuals. The conversation between Steve and his friend highlights the fact that people change and evolve over time, and that staying stagnant in one's past can be limiting and unfulfilling. Steve argues that change is necessary for growth and that remaining the same is "no fun."


He sings about how his evolution resulted in losing old friends who stagnated in their old ways, while he continued to improve himself and reach new highs. The chorus calls on listeners to embrace change and evolve, rather than remaining stagnant in one's past. The conversation about Steve's use of language is also a nod to how people perceive change and the misunderstood idea that growth equates to betrayal of one's roots.


Overall, "That's No Fun" encourages listeners to embrace change and embrace growth, even if it means letting go of old relationships and habits. People grow and evolve, and stagnation can lead to a life that is unfulfilled and stagnant.


Line by Line Meaning

Hey Steve man, you-you've changed man
My perception of you has changed, and I'm not sure if I like it


Me? I changed?
You think I've changed, but I'm the same person


I don't know you're just, you're just different
I can't pinpoint exactly what's different, but something has shifted


Like, you're not the same Steve that I knew
You've deviated from the person I've always known


I'm not gonna be the same Steve that you knew That was, five years ago Why would I still be on the same shit bro? Shut the fuck up
I've grown and changed as a person, and it's unreasonable for you to expect me to still be the same as I was years ago. Don't be rude.


I change, you change (change) Why would one stay the same? That's no fun You're strange, so strange (strange) If you choose to remain the same
Change is natural and necessary for growth, and it's not exciting to stay stagnant. Clinging to old habits and behaviors is peculiar.


When I say change, I mean evolve All my old friends they just dissolve Because they stayed on the same old shit Just hung out off campus smokin' this You see me, I'm not the type of guy But I used to before I found my high But they can't grasp, they don't know why I'm not the same Steve they used to like
I'm not interested in the same activities or behaviors as my old friends, and as a result we've grown apart. I've found new interests and passions that they may not understand, and that's okay.


And you talk white now What does that mean? I don't even who you are anymore, bro like What? Uh, I don't know, you're weird bro, you're weird I'm weird? You know, remember like, remember swimmin' Remember in 8th grade You know what I'm sayin', we used to be jerkin' bro? Yeah, I remember that What happened to that Steve? I want him back Oh my God
You're acting differently than I remember, and it's making me uncomfortable. You don't fit into the same box or mold that I thought you did. I want you to go back to how I knew you before, even if that means suppressing your growth and individuality.




Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: Steve Thomas Lacy-Moya

Lyrics Licensed & Provided by LyricFind
To comment on or correct specific content, highlight it

Genre not found
Artist not found
Album not found
Song not found

Taylor


on Infrunami

Bruh, im so slow, that i didnt even get that he was tryna say in front of me but used the word infrunami cuz it sounds like it. i know its not a real word, but still. its the thought that counts tho

hadgebehfds


on Bad Habit

hello

DBC1776


on Bad Habit

What happened to Wee Sing videos from YouTube except Sillyville?

More Versions