Lyrically, this is an adorable track. The title is stylized the way it is because of the hook: "we put the fun, put the fun in dysfunctional." Newton is characterized for her slightly odd, but sweet lyrics, and this song continues that trend. Throughout the song, she compares herself to the guy she likes, with lyrics like "I'm the good girl, you're the dropout" and "I'm the seatbelt, you're the top down." Despite the airy vocal delivery and slightly comical lyrics, it's clear that this song does mean a lot to Newton. This relationship is crazy, and insane, but special. It is nice to hear a different side of Newton.
Newton seems comfortable with her music now. She spent so long experimenting and trying to be an artist that she obviously wasn't, and this is so clearly her. Just like when Megan & Liz found their sound with "That Ghost," Newton has found hers.
Overall rating: 4 crowns