TXT continued with their weekly show TO DO X TOMORROW X TOGETHER and, during the latest episode, they were given artists depending on a letter and had to guess the lyrics from a song and write them down.
One of the songs they had to try and guess the lyrics from was none other than the track “Daechwita” by Agust D, known as BTS‘s Suga. Unlike the first track they heard, the members felt a lot more confident about this song.
As soon as the song finished playing, the members couldn’t hide their inner fanboy, with Yeonjun adding, “I loved his music video for so long.” The other members couldn’t agree more, saying how much they loved the track and how often they listened to it.
However, even as certified ARMY, the members struggled to write down the lyrics to the song’s rapid lyrics. Luckily, Yeonjun had a plan and tried to summon his inner Agust D to help, and it definitely showed how many times he’d watched the song.
As Soobin and Yeonjun tried to piece together the lyrics, Hueningkai and Beomgyu just immersed themselves in the song and let their true ARMY selves come out!
After hearing the song multiple times, Yeonjun was adamant that he was getting closer to the lyrics but was disappointed when he found out they were wrong.
Even though the members didn’t manage to get the lyrics right in the end, it doesn’t make them any less ARMY because it is an extremely fast song! After the episode aired, fans went on social media to talk about the group’s love of Suga!
txt had to guess the lyrics to "daechwita"and yeonjun was so hyped & even imitated the blindfold scene in the mv while the rest gave up after hearing suga’s rap verse😂 pic.twitter.com/3LUI8lH9f6
— ✙ J ♡ (@txtgalaxy) July 19, 2021
yeonjun being confident about knowing yoongi's daechwita lyrics and even imitating that specific scene on the mv, beomgyu wrote "i love bts" on his notebook bc he doesn't know the lyrics and huening kai wrote " i love suga". txt biggest armys wbk😭 pic.twitter.com/O9AqmSE5pr
— yanni ♡ | $28 (@gyuluxy) July 19, 2021
You can watch the original version of “Daechwita” below: