Hello. With no context sentence 1 is hard to interpret.
I think most likely it means "coming to visit" when you live geographically south of the other person. They could ask you equally when you are coming up to visit them. The other thing that occurs is coming down from a drugs high. So I feel good when I know you are becoming more like your normal self.
Your second sentence is not understandable - the grammar is not right and even if you guess at the correct grammar (eaten instead of ate) it doesn't make any sense to me. There is a set phrase "to eat your words" that means "to admit that what you were saying was not true" but I can't see how that would work here.
About sentence two: It's a song (Green Day - Words I Might Have Ate)
Tell me the words I might have said... It's pumping pressure Deep inside my head Was it bad enough to be too late? Just tell me the words I might have ate Yes, you're perfectly right that it should be eaten because of present perfect but I have no idea what it can mean in that context. If anybody gets the clue to it, please let me know. Thanx
Well sometimes language usage in songs is simply to fit in with the rhymes and rythms of the song of course.
There is another phrase "to bite your words back" or "to bite your tongue" which means that you hold yourself back from making a comment that you would have liked to make because you know it will cause an argument. So I wonder if it means, following on from the first line "tell me the words I might have said", "tell me the words I should not have said".