I'll make it do.
(I will make the object in question suffice.) It will do.
(The object will be sufficient or adequate to the task or situation.) I'll make do.
(I'll get by.)
So, in that context, one might interpret make me do
as meaning, make me sufficient to your needs.
Or, perhaps in another way of saying it, settle for me.
That said, it's a bit awkard, without question.
And, for the record, I've always thought "Love Me, Do" was a pretty lame bit of lyric. (Glued to a pretty ingratiating song. It all worked out for them.
PS... I sort of like the make me, do
interpretation. Echoes back to the Beatles and that might help folks get the meaning.
Originally Posted by Heyclown
The context is kinda sexual, and the line is
"You´re the one that I OH-OH-OH Make me do"
The whole lyric is about a guy totally lost in a beautiful girl and the song/production is clubish; a 128 bpm 4->the Floor (what else oO).
The lyrics is supposed to be uplifting.
I for one would have used a different combination but I don´t wanna hurt my cowriter here by removing his contribution so I thought I should check it out at GZ.
Maybe I should have read on before answering above.
Yeah, that lyric is simply nonsensical. It means nothing intrinsically. Or, conversely, in the context of pop music expression, it means whatever you want it to mean. Just don't count on other folks to get it. (That said, club music, so much of it is gibberish, anyhow, who really cares if it's got a good vibe and maybe a couple of hook phrases so people can remember it after they come down? Er, I mean, get home.)