What does Welcome To My House mean?

Nu Breed: Welcome To My House Meaning

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Song Released: 2021

Welcome To My House Lyrics

Y'all was coming in
and now you're backing out(now you're backing out)
It's hard to talk big with a shotgun in your mouth(shotgun in your mouth)
I'm glad you bought your friends
They can watch it go down(watch it go down)
I got mine too


    #1 top rated interpretation:
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    Mar 27th 2022 !⃝

    It's about standing up for what's right and defending what's ours and protecting our people against anything and anyone. And not backing down from anyone or anything


    #2 top rated interpretation:
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    Jun 18th 2022 !⃝

    I take it as a song about my people and my land. I am Native American, Jicarilla Apache, and THESE ARE MY PEOPLE AND THIS IS MY LAND! No racism, just clear facts.


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    Oct 11th 2021 !⃝

    To me the song means mess with my family and I will not hesitate and kill you its either killed or be killed

  4. anonymous
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    Feb 18th !⃝

    OMG…..NOT a racist song at all. What are you going to do if someone stalks your family and breaks in to your home? My Daddy called my ex husband (who is white) BOY till the day he died. The word boy is a slur to any color grown man. Stop reading into things

  5. anonymous
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    Dec 11th !⃝

    I have to say that I am all in with the lyrics of this song. In regards to the word "boy" the narrator is older for one, both are white for two and country for three and for four it's a statement meaning he hasn't got brains in his head for doing what he is doing because he says so in further lyrics when it says "I told you once before", (if you are all paying attention.) Now Apparently like the whole song appears to imply thee group trespassing threatened to do so and the friends and family were ready for them. The trespassers didn't think they would be smart enough old timers (you know how punks are in home invasions) so guess what. The even older folks down the hill heard the ruckus and almost getting caught throwing out the evidence by the cops dad talked his way out of trouble and shut stopped for that group of trouble makers now didn't it. Sometimes shut happens and you don't need the law. Why because it is your house.

  6. anonymous
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    Nov 18th !⃝

    Know how I know this song is very racist? All the comments petulantly saying it isn’t. Also because of the words used and the sentences they’re arranged into.

  7. anonymous
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    Nov 13th !⃝

    This song represents taking care of your own,and protecting your family. There is absolutely no racism in this song!! I'm bi racial and I love this song!!! STOP thinking racism all the time and use logic!!

  8. anonymous
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    Oct 19th 2023 !⃝

    "Welcome to My House" is a song by the Christian electronic dance music group Nu Breed. The song is an invitation to all to come and experience the love and warmth of God's house. It talks about how God's house is a place of refuge, where one can find peace, comfort, and acceptance. The lyrics of the song also emphasize the importance of being kind and welcoming to others, just as God welcomes us into his house. Overall, "Welcome to My House" is a song that celebrates the love and community that can be found in God's house.

  9. anonymous
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    Sep 25th 2023 !⃝

    First, “boy” is not just used to belittle a POC. It also refers to a white man not acting like one, it has many different meanings and insinuations. Here though, it’s obvious he’s talking about protecting him and his w his ole lady for back up. It’s about protecting you, your family and your land…may be even you’re way of life but it is in NO WAY racist. Guess some snowflakes haven’t had to pull a gun on an intruder or ex-husband to make them leave…and it shows. Open your mind up to the lyrics…forget the word boy as he was referring to the MC coming in after them…

  10. anonymous
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    Aug 29th 2023 !⃝

    So any one who has any business even making a statement on this song being racist or not would not be any one of you who believes this is a racist song. Cause what we can all agree on is it's a song about standing up for yours! And I don't believe you can stand up for what you believe in so if they wanted this song to be taken racist they would have put the "BLACK BOYS" in it and killed them instead of some white MC guys. Come on let's put a little more thought into our responses before we try to sour a man's name a reputation.

  11. anonymous
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    Aug 18th 2023 !⃝

    $#@* around and find out! Every written word is technically up for interpretation by each and every one of us separately. The writer had theirs and it may be totally different than yours. Those of you who feels it's about racism and are upset, some inner reflection as to why might be needed. Just like the word "boy" has been a derogatory reference to a black man, it is also used for a white male not acting like the man he should be. There really is no right or wrong here. That's the joy of music! It'll speak to each of us differently. No two completely alike.

  12. anonymous
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    Mar 8th 2023 !⃝

    I'll just keep this short and simple. Watch the video. It's not racist. I'm the last bitch on the planet you could ever use those words against. Even the video shows another blonde long haired redneck being the intruder. This shit is about protecting what's his. Absolutely nothing to do with racism. Give that shit a rest

  13. anonymous
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    Feb 27th 2023 !⃝

    I personally think the songs about taking America Back off the Government, with everything going on with the rich & powerful buying off politicians that's allowing them to use all us Americans as Lab Rats, YOUR NOT BLIND, SOME CRAZY SHITS BEEN GOING ON AND IT NEEDS TO STOP, THE GOVERNMENT IS PLAYING GOD WITH OUR LIVES AND WHO ELSE IS BETTER TO BUILD AN OUTLAW ARMY THAT WILL FIGHT BACK THEN THE CRAZY REDNECKS DOWN SOUTH, NOTHING AT ALL RACIST ITS NOT A BLACK OR WHITE THING, IT'S A RED ♥️, WHITE

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  14. anonymous
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    Dec 3rd 2022 !⃝

    I really like there music being from tampa Lakeland and Zephyrhills I am mixed and after one song I think I'm not gonna fallow anymore it sucks because they are so talented it just crushed Me right now that I won't listen anymore and I am a person that can handle people saying nigger and Cary on like nothing but if they are going that way ok even been to boondocks breaks my heart hosier it is now

  15. anonymous
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    Nov 22nd 2022 !⃝

    Simply put...for every snowflake, liberal that thinks the song is racist because of the use of the word "boy"...educate yourselves please..white country folk use the word "boy" when they are making a point of putting a man (regardless of color) who is all talk & BS trying to be tough, in his place.
    Don't get it twisted..it's about protecting your people, your possessions, your life. He clearly gives the intruder the option of walking away peacefully, and warning the intruder to not continue to provoke him, further. All of that being said, I sincerely hope all of the snowflake, woke, liberals reading this are never in the situation the song speaks of...feel free to defend what is yours by throwing a few marshmallows at the intruder and see how that goes. 2nd Amendment exists for a reason.

  16. anonymous
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    Sep 25th 2022 !⃝

    I actually like the song if I interpret it to mean protecting my country......but...it can be interpreted a lot of ways....I was listening to the song and singing loudly until I watched the video, there are racial overtones to it..for instance "boy" is a derogatory term for a black man..after watching the video I got confused as to the meaning of the song....

  17. anonymous
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    Sep 24th 2022 !⃝

    Honestly in this song it promotes violence & taking the law into your own hands,it's better to talk things out not go out & shoot people.Violence isn't always the answer. & yes I understand the fact of protecting your families & what's yours but still killing is wrong & I don't care that person could have a family too. it's better to talk things out or call the cops.

  18. anonymous
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    Sep 19th 2022 !⃝

    Just saying…if you have to defend something because it’s being interpreted as racist. Chances are…
    Like saying something in front of people and having to say, “I’m not racist “

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