"Teeth" as written by Matt Shultz, Brad Shultz, Jared Champion, Daniel Tichenor and Lincoln Parish....
Electrified harmonious
I think I'll take it out to the streets
Somebody please stop me
Call the doctor but don't call the police

Are you into the beat?
Are you into the beat?
I can feel it in my teeth

I can feel it in my teeth
I can feel it in my teeth
And it's driving me mad
I can feel it in my teeth
I can feel it in my teeth and it's driving me crazy
It's driving me crazy, it's driving me mad

I wish I were an astronaut
Space case planting the seed
They put me in a hospital
Locked me up and threw away the key

Hey, hey, hey, hey, are you into the beat?
I'm the king of the beat
I can feel it in my teeth

I can feel it in my teeth
I can feel it in my teeth
And it's driving me mad
I can feel it in my teeth
I can feel it in my teeth and it's driving me crazy
It's driving me crazy, it's driving me mad


Lyrics submitted by el_numbre, edited by Stealthheart

"Teeth" as written by Daniel Tichenor Brad Shultz

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    My InterpretationFor one, Matt has revealed in many of his concerts that this song is about love, but I see it more as a love of music rather than a romantic relationship.

    Obviously, "Are you into the beat?" suggests this, but on a more personal level, I've found that when music is involved, I really start to feel a tingling sensation in my gums and teeth. It's not entirely pleasant, but at the same time, I still don't want to stop the music. Even so, many a time, I get so into the music that it often triggers stressful memories or leads me to think about the past, depending on the song. Music is powerful.

    The dialogue proceeding the song talks about a man that is famous and relishes in it, as he says, "when did I get so eaten up by mobs and covered in a cloak of popularity?" and that he "worships the sound of his own voice." This could also mean that possibly a songwriter starts to lose his sanity with all of the popularity and begins to become self-serving and believing he can do anything, as the lyrics say, "I think I'll take it up to the streets" and "I wish I were an astronaut."

    I love this song and I don't even know why. XD
    Stealthhearton June 14, 2017   Link

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