“If I was you, I'd wanna be me too”
This is a line from the song "Me Too" by Meghan Trainor. See lyrics here.
I'm wondering, to whom does "me" refer? Because "if I was you," then "me" could refer to me if I'm you (you), or me right now (not you).
So is it a way of saying:
- I like the way I look, so you should want to be me, too.
- I like the way you look, so you should want to be you.
Note: in the context of the song, she's looking in a mirror, but I'm asking as if she is not, in order to create a distinction between "me" and "you".