Don’t Call Me Angel Lyrics and Meaning – Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, Lana Del Rey

The historic time has come. In the same album, we have our traditional poor girls. Let’s take a look at what the lyrics to “Don’t Call Me Angel” say.

We’ve been anticipating the release of this album for quite some time. For obvious purposes, it does not disappoint us.

Introduction

The single has the usual mean girl vibes we’ve come to expect from the bands. Within the same course, we will feel it.

The singers portray three spies from the film “Charlie’s Angel” in the music video.

Don’t Call Me Angel Lyrics Meaning

Let’s break down the meaning of Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, and Lana Del Rey’s “Don’t Call Me Angel” lyrics section by section.

[Chorus: Ariana Grande & Miley Cyrus]

Boy, don’t call me angel
You ain’t got me right
Don’t call me angel
You can’t pay my price
Ain’t from no Heaven
Yeah, you heard me right (Yeah, you heard me)
Even though you know we fly (Though you know we)
Don’t call me angel

Meaning

The singers in the chorus section allude to their opulent lifestyle.

They are not saints just because they live a high-consumption lifestyle.

Sure, they have amazing clothes for the single day of the week. You should depend on them; they deserve to be named angels.

The boys find three queens joining the corridor in this scene. They’re saying that the kids are saints.

The girls overhear the boys and flaunt their good looks in front of them.

And if the boys don’t merit these “angels,” they should appreciate their business for a bit. For a while, the boys will make them comfortable.

Miley Cyrus

[Verse 1: Miley Cyrus]

Uh, don’t call me angel when I’m a mess
Don’t call me angel when I get undressed
You know I, I don’t like that, boy
Uh, I make my money, and I write the checks
So say my name with a little respect
All my girls successful, and you’re just our guest

Meaning

In this verse, Miley Cyrus’ moody actions can be seen in her glances.

When they’re a major mess, the girls are really sexy. Furthermore, they seem flirty while they are underdressed.

The singer, on the other hand, does not want to be seen by the boys while she is in a bad mood.

Miley has a “high-class” girl mentality in this scene. She simply needs to have a good time. The boys around her, on the other hand, are hoping for a bit better.

Imagine becoming as wealthy as these ladies while still being popular.

The idea of female gold diggers shapes civilization, but it conceals the presence of male gold diggers.

Miley isn’t interested in hanging around with those women.

[Pre-Chorus: Miley Cyrus]

Do I really need to say it?
Do I need to say it again, yeah?
You better stop the sweet talk
And keep your pretty mouth shut

Meaning

Miley likes to unwind and appreciate herself while she gets some spare time following a long week.

However, the boy in her near proximity proceeds to converse with her. He’s putting in so much time to please her.

She isn’t in the gloomy “Slide Down” mood today.

Miley expresses her angst to the boy. She orders him to hold his mouth shut and remain still.

[Chorus: Ariana Grande with Miley Cyrus, Miley Cyrus]

Boy, don’t call me angel
You ain’t got me right
Don’t call me angel
You can’t pay my price
Ain’t from no Heaven
Yeah, you heard me right (Yeah, you heard me)
Even though you know we fly (Though you know we)
Don’t call me angel

Meaning

Ariana Grande, as always, displays her cuteness in this verse.

Ariana Grande, like Miley Cyrus, is doing her “7 Circles” anthem. It is also known as “The Feminist’s Ultimate Anthem.”

She’s hitting on a man who’s there with his partner at the same dance. She is, though, simply playing mind games with him.

Ariana does not want him to betray his girlfriend in order to be with her. And she’s bringing his patience to the test.

Ariana Grande

[Verse 2: Ariana Grande]

See you here with somebody
You sizin’ up my body, oh yeah
Don’t you know that I bite when the sun set? Yeah
So don’t you try come around me
Might work with her, but not me, oh yeah
Don’t you know that I bite when the sun set?

Meaning

However, Ariana recognises that the boy is more interested in friendly partnerships than intimate ones.

A little boy notices a wealthy woman purchasing beverages for herself and wishes to be with her. He wishes to have a good time with her.

Ariana, on the other hand, advises him against it. She is well aware that the boy is a gold digger.

[Pre-Chorus: Ariana Grande]

Keep my name out your mouth
I know what you about
So keep my name out your mouth (Oh yeah)

[Chorus: Ariana Grande with Miley Cyrus, Miley Cyrus & with Lana Del Rey]

Boy, don’t call me angel
You ain’t got me right
Don’t call me angel
You can’t pay my price
Ain’t from no Heaven
Yeah, you heard me right (Yeah, you heard me)
Even though you know we fly (Though you know we)
Don’t call me angel

Lana Del Rey

[Bridge: Lana Del Rey & Ariana Grande]

I appreciate the way you watch me, I can’t lie
I drop it down, I pick it up, I back it off the county line
I fell from Heaven, now I’m living like a devil
You can’t get me off your mind
I appreciate the way you want me, I can’t lie (Can’t lie)
I drop it low, I back it up, I know you wanna think you’re mine
Baby, I totally get it, you can’t guess so
You can’t get me off your mind
We in it together, but don’t call me angel

Meaning

For the bridge, Lana Del Rey and Ariana Grande collaborate.

Lana is getting an Ariana Grande fangirl moment. Anyway, let’s get back to the music.

The boys are paying attention to the musicians. This is so clear.

Even if the singers aren’t aiming for something serious, they certainly know how to get publicity.

They’re passing judgement on someone when loving each other’s business. They wouldn’t abandon their business just for the boys, for obvious reasons.

Guys, grow up!

[Chorus: Ariana Grande with Miley Cyrus, Miley Cyrus & All]

Boy, don’t call me angel
You ain’t got me right
Don’t call me angel
You can’t pay my price
Ain’t from no Heaven
Yeah, you heard me right (Yeah, you heard me)
Even though you know we fly (Though you know we)
Don’t call me angel

[Outro: Ariana Grande & All]

(Yeah, you heard me)
Angel
Don’t call me angel (Yeah, you heard me)
Don’t call me angel

Some Fun Facts About The Song

Charlies Angels Movie
  • “Don’t Call Me Angel” is the theme song for the 2019 film “Charlie’s Angels”. The song was released as the first single off of its soundtrack on the 13th of September 2019.
  • This collaboration was announced on the 27th of June 2019. Ariana Grande posted a cover art of the single on Twitter on 09/09/2019. Miley Cyrus shared an audio snippet on Twitter that same day.
  • The music video for this track was filmed in July of 2019 and published on the 13th of September 2019.

Behind The Scenes

About The Artist

Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande-Butera is an American singer and actress. Born in Boca Raton, Florida, Grande began her career at age 15 in the 2008 Broadway musical 13. She rose to fame for her role as Cat Valentine in the Nickelodeon television series Victorious (2010–2013) and Sam & Cat (2013–2014). She subsequently signed with Republic Records in 2011 after the label’s executives discovered YouTube videos of her covering songs. Her 1950s doo-wop-influenced pop and R&B debut album, Yours Truly (2013), topped the US Billboard 200 chart, while its lead single, “The Way”, charted in the top ten of the US Billboard Hot 100. Upon release, critics compared Grande to Mariah Carey for her wide vocal range and whistle register.

Wikipedia – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ariana_Grande