Recently, the music video for Stay Kids‘ Bang Chan and Lee Know‘s duet Drive was released on the group’s official YouTube channel. Almost immediately, the song became a huge topic of conversation among STAYs due to its suggestive lyrics.
“as long as it has no swear words in it im good. even if the lyrics mean something explicit” *drops sex song 5 days later*
— annie !!! 🍀 (@rockstarscb) July 2, 2021
stays just minding their own business but then they read the lyrics for drive 😭 pic.twitter.com/p9jpJkosPZ
— nini 🍀 (@pixiehyunie) July 2, 2021
"THE LYRICS" is trending helpskdjsk pic.twitter.com/WBdhERZd21
— JJ 🍀 (@ABlackParadise1) July 2, 2021
While the song isn’t technically considered explicit, a lot of the phrases used throughout the video have quite evident double meanings.
my soul left my body with the lyrics…….it's so……beautiful pic.twitter.com/X5fLBzHH2x
— telle 🍀 ; loves bbokD 🐣💙 (@felixbbokd) July 2, 2021
THE LYRICS Y'ALL 😀 it's just abt driving nothing else 😌✋ uhuh nothing else… pic.twitter.com/0XGa6s3BT2
— hyunjin's back 🍀 (@jisungbestboyy) July 2, 2021
The heck with these lyrics
feel the heat inside
do it day and night
ride on the highway to heaven
we'll do this forever
— 👑스키즈🍀 (@americhanknow) July 2, 2021
STAYs were also surprised but excited to see that both members are credited for writing the song, as Bang Chan had expressed in an interview last month that he wanted to try doing a more mature performance with Lee Know.
I have wanted to challenge myself and do a mature performance with Lee Know. It’s because we’re the oldest hyungs and so we wanted to show off a mature performance as the oldest hyungs.
— Bang Chan
You can watch the entire Drive music video for yourself right here: