Hey Dad, it's me, um...
Oh, I'm Tyler, I think I'd be your son
He’s calling his father and talking to him for the first time. Aggressive sarcasm can be heard through his tone, this is evident as the song escalates into a more direct attack — then of course it de-escalates into some sort of apathetic acceptance of his emotional need for a father figure.
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