Deja Vu Lyrics

About Deja Vu Song

Writer(s): Annie Clark, Olivia Rodrigo, Daniel Nigro, Taylor Swift, Jack Antonoff

Olivia Rodrigo posted an acoustic clip in the song “Deja Vu” on TikTok on the 31st day of March 2021. She sang along with herself on the piano and added in the caption “Deja vu will be released on Thursday! And the chords may be correct. ” Single, her second single following her debut single “Drivers License” was released on the 1st day of April , 2021.

“I recorded the song along with my buddy Dan Nigro last fall and I’m so excited to be able to share it with everyone,” said Olivia Rodrigo in a newsletter she sent out to her followers towards the end of March 2021 “It’s very different from “Drivers License” lyrically, musically and musically, which is awe-inspiring for me. 

To promote the track, Olivia Rodrigo collaborated with Spotify by sending out a few presents with parts of the lyrics were given to ten of her most avid listeners who then shared the lyrics online, to be merged to create the complete lyrics.

American model Talia Ryder appears in Talia Ryder’s music video for the song.

Olivia Rodrigo revealed during a live stream premiere of “Deja Vu” that she adored the bridge section of the song.

Deja Vu Lyrics

Deja Vu lyrics are about a feeling of déjà vu, or of having already experienced something before. The lyrics often describe a sense of familiarity, déjà vu, or nostalgia. The term “deja vu” is French for “already seen”. The lyrics may also describe a sense of déjà vu in terms of a past life, or a feeling that one has lived through a situation before.


Car rides to Malibu
Strawberry ice cream
One spoon for two
And trading jackets
Laughing ’bout how small it looks on you
(Ha-ha-ha-ha, ha-ha-ha-ha, ha-ha-ha-ha)
Watching reruns of Glee
Being annoying
Singing in harmony
I bet she’s bragging
To all her friends, saying you’re so unique, hmm
So when you gonna tell her
That we did that, too?
She thinks it’s special
But it’s all reused
That was our place, I found it first
I made the jokes you tell to her when she’s with you
Do you get déjà vu when she’s with you?
Do you get déjà vu? (Ah), hmm
Do you get déjà vu, huh?
Do you call her
Almost say my name?
‘Cause let’s be honest
We kinda do sound the same
Another actress
I hate to think that I was just your type
I’ll bet that she knows Billy Joel
‘Cause you played her “Uptown Girl”
You’re singing it together
Now I bet you even tell her
How you love her
In between the chorus and the verse (ooh) (I love you)
So when you gonna tell her
That we did that, too?
She thinks it’s special
But it’s all reused
That was the show we talked about
Played you the song she’s singing now when she’s with you
Do you get déjà vu when she’s with you?
Do you get déjà vu? Oh
Do you get déjà vu?
Strawberry ice cream in Malibu
Don’t act like we didn’t do that shit, too
You’re trading jackets like we used to do
(Yeah, everything is all reused)
Play her piano, but she doesn’t know (oh, oh)
That I was the one who taught you Billy Joel (oh)
A different girl now, but there’s nothing new
(I know you get déjà vu)


There’s something about deja vu that just feels like a Taylor Swift song. Maybe it’s the way it seems to happen out of nowhere, or the way it can be both happy and bittersweet. Whatever the reason, deja vu always seems to evoke the same kind of emotion that a Taylor Swift song does.

Why is Olivia Rodrigo so popular?

Olivia Rodrigo is a popular American singer and songwriter. She is known for her songs “Driver’s License” and “Deja Vu.” She is also popular for her acting roles in the Disney Channel series “Bizaardvark” and the film “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series.” Rodrigo is popular among young people for her relatable lyrics and her acting roles in popular Disney properties.