Off With Her Tits Lyrics by Allie X

Off With Her Tits Meaning & Facts By (Singles). You Can Watch This Video On YouTube While The Lyrics Are Written ByAllie X.The Music Track Was Released Date :Jan. 18, 2024

These lyrics appear to  look a  daedal  mix of  passions and themes, feeling on issues related to body image, tone- perception, and societal  lookouts. . Let’s break it down

Explanation of Intro
The lyrics open with a bold and  instigative statement, addressing the  fugitive and capricious nature of love and beauty with a direct  citation of the  fabulous figure Aphrodite.

 

[Verse 1]
Stubborn Aphrodite
You got me in the tits
I thought I was an alien
Found out I was a twit
My body is a prison
But how can I escape?
Doesn’t matter what I do
I’m filled up with her hate

Explanation of  Verse 1
The lyrics begin with a reference to Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty, suggesting a connection to feminine ideals.The lines mention feeling trapped in the body and  passing  abomination, conceivably reflecting struggles with  tone- acceptance or societal pressure.

[Chorus]
Go take the piss
I’m flat with a wit
Not soft full of shit
Now off with her tits
Off with her tits
Off with her tits
Off with her tits

Explanation of  Chorus
The chorus seems to convey a rebellious  station, rejecting societal  morals and  prospects. The expression” off with her tits” could be emblematic  of wanting to break free from conventional  norms of feminity or perceived  excrescencies.

[Verse 2]
One day out of nowhere
My chest began to rise
He noticed in the shower said he liked it and I cried
“I’ll never be a lady
Why make me feel a fool?
Take this flesh and suck it out”
And stop the ridicule

Explanation of  Verse 2
The alternate verse introduces a  particular experience of someone noticing a change in the  songster’s body, conceivably related to a physical  metamorphosis. The lines express a desire to escape societal  prospects and stop the  sport.

[Refrain]
Stop the ridicule
Stop the ridicule

Explanation of  Refrain
Emphasizes the need to stop the  sport,  buttressing the theme of  prostrating judgment or  review.

[Chorus]
Go take the piss
I’m flat with a wit
Not soft full of shit
Now off with her tits
Off with her tits
Off with her tits
Off with her tits

Explanation of  Chorus
The chorus seems to convey a rebellious  station, rejecting societal  morals and  prospects. The expression” off with her tits” could be emblematic  of wanting to break free from conventional  norms of feminity or perceived  excrescencies.

[Post-Chorus]
(Got me in the tits)

Explanation of  Post-Chorus
Thepost-chorus  reprises the expression” got me in the tits,” Maybe  pressing the impact of societal  prospects on the  songster’s  tone-  regard or identity.

[Verse 3]
Then I called the doctor
Said “Miss what can you do?”
She told me she’d cut them off
I said “Sign me up for June” (Yah)
I went to the teller
Took out 10K in cash
She said “Bitch are you joking?”
I wish I had that rack

Explanation of  Verse 3
In the third verse, the  songster consults a croaker about a implicit  result to their struggles. The  citation of getting surgery to remove  guts reflects a desire for  fleshly autonomy and the pursuit of  tone- defined beauty.

[Refrain]
Stop the ridicule
Stop the ridicule

Explanation of  Refrain
Emphasizes the need to stop the  sport,  buttressing the theme of  prostrating judgment or  review.

[Chorus]
Go take the piss
I’m flat with a wit
Not soft full of shit
Now off with her tits
Off with her tits
I gotta fix
This one little bit
Or l’Il throw a fit
Now off with her tits
Off with her tits
And being this thick
It makes me sick
I wanna be a stick
Now off with her tits
Off with her tits
Off with her tits
Off with her tits
Off with her tits
Off with her tits
Off with her tits yeah!
Yeah-ah!

Explanation of  Chorus
The chorus repeats the rebellious and  recalcitrant tone,  championing for  tone-  commission and rejecting societal  morals related to appearance.

[Outro]
Wanna be parallel
Wanna be parallel
I’m gonna be parallel

Explanation of  Outro
The outro repeats the desire to be”  resemblant,” suggesting a want for  equivalency or conformity to  particular  norms rather than societal  prospects.

OVERALL
The lyrics  feel to explore themes of  tone- discovery, body image struggles, and the desire to break free from societal  morals and  prospects. The  repetitious nature of certain expressions underscores the intensity of these  feelings.

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