Pitbull: Timber Meaning
Song Released: 2013
You better move, you better dance
Let's make a night, you won't remember
I'll be the one, you won't forget
The bigger they are, the harder they fall
This biggity boy's a diggity dog
anonymous Oct 20th, 17:01 report
Another meaningless party song, except it's mostly from a guy's pov, so it's more graphic than a woman's party song that's appropriate for radio. Gross.
anonymous Jun 8th, 6:38pm report
Erectile dysfunction brother.
anonymous May 23rd, 5:00am report
He likes to have sex with girls.
anonymous May 10th, 5:35am report
What does timber mean in this song?
anonymous Apr 1st, 2014 4:33am report
You tell timber when a tree is about to fall....timber means pay attention something big is about to go down
anonymous Mar 3rd, 2014 3:30am report
Okay, so from what I recall, in this song, 'timber' is a slang for 'naked body'
"The bigger they are, the harder they fall"
either big bodies or big butts, you decide.
So, as you get could get assume this is most likely about sex and
Another lyric to support my theory to timber meaning is "I have 'em like Miley Cyrus, clothes off
Twerking in their bras and thongs, timber
Face down, booty up, timber"
So, he's basically saying he likes bodies (or girls) like Miley cyrus ; naked. (go watch wrecking ball if you live under a rock and haven't already)
"Face down, booty up, timber"
Sorry if you were looking for some deep message behind these stupid lyrics or something. (Don't know why you would except that from pitbull, anyway tbfh)
anonymous Jan 16th, 2014 1:42pm report
I belive it means a party with heavy drinkin amd some extremly wild sex
anonymous Dec 22nd, 2013 12:22pm report
Ke$ha getting timber/wood/dick
anonymous Dec 18th, 2013 12:40am report
He likes butts.
anonymous Oct 22nd, 2013 10:37am report
They went wood-chopping and a tree was going to fall on them
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