What does Meghan Trainor mean in her song All About That Base?
Base (or bass) means butt, obviously, but what about "no treble?" Does it mean boobs?
- RockItLv 71 month agoFavourite answer
Its a reference to a good fart. Lots of bass little treble. Nobody wants to hear that wet sound.
- pianomanLv 73 weeks ago
whatever interpretation suits you.
- Anonymous1 month ago
It's a euphemism for plastic surgery. She's saying her body (booty) is all natural. Meghan has mentioned this a few times in the past.
- DominiqueLv 51 month ago
Maybe it's supposed to sound like "no trouble."
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- 1 month ago
I think the reference means that notes on the bass clef are lower and have more reverberation, think bass guitar or tuba, while notes on the treble clef are higher and more pitchy sounding, like a flute or violin. You can also her the bass in the song. Trainer sings in a low register for this song. Ironically, the treble clef has a round bottom, and the bass clef is a thin curved line.