The chorus is a play on the "Solfège" harmonic scale commonly used in music education to teach pitch. However it is a complete contrast with the innocent lyrical message famously sung by Julie Andrews
in The Sound of Music
. Do, re, mi, fa, so f---in' done with you, girl
So f---in' done with all the games you play.
Solmization (or Solfège) is a system of notation whereby the musical notes of the diatonic scale are designated by syllables and manual signs. The system was introduced by Italian music theorist Guido d'Arezzo in the 11th century. His six-note ascending scale went as follows: ut, re, mi, fa, sol, la. "Ut" was changed in the 1600s in Italy to the open syllable Do, at the suggestion of the musicologue Giovanni Battista Doni, and Si was added to complete the diatonic scale.