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Marvin's "Got to Give It Up" was about being turned on while hanging out in the club and the girl turning him on to where he wanted to give into her if she decided to have s** with him. I was okay with Blurred Lines until the ti part about bending her over, from Malibu to whereever and taking her in the behind. Tacky, unsexy, and sounds like men wanting to run a train on the girl. Don't sound like a girl they respect, just one they would use sexually. It appears tha message is that too many women claim to be good girls but allow the men to treat them like they have depicted in the song, like this is more the norm than not. Look at the title. The music is great, lyrics, not so much. After listening to lyrics songs by other male artists, this seems to be a trend, maligning the women. Apparently, the guys are calling you ladies out on misprepresenting yourselves. Not good ladies. You claim to have standards but then lower them for the guys. Hunters like to work for what they get. Set a standard and stick to it. It will help you weed out the riffraff. You need one good man. Not a thousand. Plus the male ego hate to think about other men having had what belongs to them. You want to attract someone who is just as particular as you are.
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