i say this a lot, but i’m serious - will somebody please think of the children? because this song is going to be a springtime banger and that means the young ones will be singing an ode to a sexual position. let that marinate. and it’s not even subtle. “put your hands in the air/wave ‘em round and go/yee-haw”? c’mon, son. try to explain that to your nieces.
and can we talk, joan rivers, about the imagery? the falling wine glass full of cherries that breaks? the red liquid that’s flying everywhere? the red fabric that takes on a fallopian tube shape? i ain’t one for symbolism, but t-pain - you gotta leave those young chicks alone, playa.
i will say this: those lyrics are ridiculous/hilarious. i get a feeling that when t-pain comes up with the words, he realizes how funny that crap is….unlike, say, the pied piper of R&B. real talk.
y’know what i really hate? that i will probably love this song in, like, 8 months. i fell in love with buy you a drank TWO YEARS after it was popular. t-pain keeps wearing me down, man.