i like when you get mad- completely i’m pretty glad that you’re on 1’s own

i like when you get mad- Background and release

i like when you get mad
i like when you get mad

Eilish’s brother Finneas O’Connell (pictured) contributed to the song’s writing and production.

Billie Eilish released her debut studio album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? on March 29, 2019, via Darkroom and Interscope Records. “Bad Guy-i like when you get mad” was simultaneously issued as the record’s fifth single. The song was co-written by Eilish and her brother Finneas O’Connell, with the latter also produced the track and Eilish providing additional production.

It was mastered by John Greenham and mixed by Rob Kinelski, both of whom also served as studio personnel. In August 2019, the single was made available for pre-order on cassette and scheduled to ship in October; selected cassettes were signed by Eilish. Additionally, a flexi disc was similarly released for pre-order to ship in the following 4–6 weeks. Each of the two releases came with a digital single delivered via email for US customers.

i like when you get mad Lyrics

White shirt now red, my bloody nose
Sleepin’, you’re on your tippy toes
Creepin’ around like no one knows
Think you’re so criminal

Bruises on both my knees for you
Don’t say thank you or please
I do what I want when I’m wanting to
My soul? So cynical

So you’re a tough guy
Like it really rough guy
Just can’t get enough guy
Chest always so puffed guy

I’m that bad type
Make your mama sad type
Make your girlfriend mad tight
Might seduce your dad type
I’m the bad guy, duh

I’m the bad guy

I like it when you take control
Even if you know that you don’t
Own me, I’ll let you play the role
I’ll be your animal

My mommy likes to sing along with me
But she won’t sing this song
If she reads all the lyrics
She’ll pity the men I know

So you’re a tough guy
Like it really rough guy
Just can’t get enough guy
Chest always so puffed guy

I’m that bad type
Make your mama sad type
Make your girlfriend mad tight
Might seduce your dad type
I’m the bad guy, duh

I’m the bad guy, duh

I’m only good at being bad, bad

I like when you get mad
I guess I’m pretty glad that you’re alone
You said she’s scared of me?
I mean, I don’t see what she sees
But maybe it’s ’cause I’m wearing your cologne

I’m a bad guy
I’m, I’m a bad guy
Bad guy, bad guy
I’m a bad

i like when you get mad- Composition and lyrical interpretation

“Bad Guy-i like when you get mad” is divided into halves; the first half is moderately fast at 132–138 beats per minute (BPM) and the second half is slow at 60 BPM.The song is played in the key of G minor, while Eilish’s vocals span a range of F3 to C6.The track was called electropop, dance-pop, “pop-trap”, and “nu-goth pop” in press reviews; it features a minimalist production consisting of synth bass, a kick drum, amplified finger snaps and 808 bass. “Bad Guy” further uses a catchy synthesizer riff.

In an interview with Rolling Stone, the utilization of a Sydney pedestrian traffic light sound in the song was revealed; it originates from a phone recording made by Eilish in February 2017. Vanity Fair‘s Louie XIV labeled it “dance music through a fun house mirror”. Alongside humorous cadences, Eilish uses several tongue-in-cheek lyrics. “Bad Guy-i like when you get mad” was inspired by Selena Gomez’s “Everything Is Not What It Seems” (2007), the theme song for the teen sitcom Wizards of Waverly Place, alongside the video game music theme for Plants vs. Zombies.

In the lyrics, Eilish taunts a lover for being a bad guy; as the song progresses she suggests she is tougher than him, singing in a “nonchalant, self-effacing murmur”.According to reviewers, the song also discusses themes such as misandry, gloating, sarcasm and naughtiness.During the track’s half-spoken chorus, the singer elaborates on her relationship with fellow men and women, rejecting their expectations of her; “I’m that bad type / Make your mama sad type / Make your girlfriend mad tight / Might seduce your dad type / I’m the bad guy, duh”.

Other lyrics include: “My mommy likes to sing along with me / But she won’t sing this song / If she reads all the lyrics / She’ll pity the men I know”.  Analyzing the lyrics of “Bad Guy”, Caitlin White of Uproxx wrote that they see “a woman’s teenage voice boast of its power, assert her sexual dominance, and use men as playthings instead of sing about being used as one by them”. She continued; “‘Bad Guy’ positions a young female pop star in a role that’s usually reserved for men working in rock or hip hop”. AJ Longabaugh of V likened the lyrics to the later work of Amy Winehouse.

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