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"Slow Down" is a song by Why Don't We, serving as the second track for their sophomore studio album, The Good Times and The Bad Ones. It was released as a single on December 17, 2020, and samples the Smashing Pumpkin's "1979".[1] Lyrically the song is about saving a relationship, wanting to "slow down" and make it work.

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Trivia

  • Fans had speculated that "Slow Down" was about Corbyn and his ex-girlfriend Christina, as it mentioned New York, where she resides.[2]

Lyrics

Lyrics

(Hey)
Oh oh, oh oh oh, oh oh
Oh oh, oh oh oh, oh oh oh
Oh oh, oh oh

Corbyn
Oh, I've been lying to myself
And I might know why
I miss the way you looked at me before
You left New York (Hey)
I've been tryin' to find help
'Cause I can't deny
The way that I feel when I'm with you
Oh, I'd do anything to save ya

Daniel
I think we need a little Californiacation
We took a shot at this but maybe we're too wasted
It's hard to swallow but I know we gotta chase it, oh

Zach
Slow down
I think that we just need to slow down, slow down (Down, down)
Turn around
Things were so simple way before now, before now

Jonah
See ya, I wanna see ya, ah
I wish you weren't so far so I could see ya, ah
Cita, my mamacita
We were comfortable, we didn't understand but now we know

Jack
I think we need a little Californiacation
We took a shot at this but maybe we're too wasted
It's hard to swallow but I know we gotta chase it, oh

Zach, Daniel
Slow down
I think that we just need to slow down, slow down, down, down
Turn around
Things were so simple way before now, before now
Slow down
I think that we just need to slow down, slow down
Need to slow down, slow down, woah
Turn around
Things were so simple way before now, before now
Things were so simple way before now

Daniel
Ee-yeah, yeah, yeah
Oh-ooh-oh, oh
Ee-yeah, yeah, yeah
Oh-ooh-oh, oh
Ee-yeah, yeah-eh
Oh-ooh-oh, oh
Ee-yeah, yeah-eh
Oh-ooh, oh oh oh, oh oh oh, woah

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