What parents need to know
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that "You Make Me Feel" doesn't have any profanity or references to violence and substances. Though it does include a few very tame mentions of sex and an eyebrow-raising line about entitlement ("I'm known for taking what I deserve"), overall it's a clean tune that's OK for younger tweens and teens.
What's the story?
The single "YOU MAKE ME FEEL" by pop-punk group Cobra Starship about a guy going full-steam after a girl on whom he's set his sights.
Is it any good?
This track is as mild musically as it is lyrically. The straight-up synth-beat is fine if not spectacular, as are the vocals by lead singer Gabe Saporta and guest artist Sabi. In the end, the tune is yet another innocuous one to slot into the club rotation.
Explore, discuss, enjoy
Families can talk about what makes people feel entitled to things that don't belong to them. What are some of the reasons why a person would think it's OK to take something that's not his or hers?
What do you think the song's message is? Does every song have a message?