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In the song, she talks about everyone being beautiful no matter what size they are. She does not hate on skinny people and even goes so far as to say, 'I know you think you're fat, but I'm here to tell you, every inch of you is perfect from the bottom to the top'. In now way is she telling people to go out and stuff their faces with whatever they can get their hands on. She's saying that you shouldn't let the opinions of the 'famous magazines' that claim only 'size 2' is sexy, get you down. She's telling everyone to happy with who they are and that they CAN be sexy no matter their weight. That those 'famous magazines' don't have to set the standard for us. In the end, she says if you can't appreciate her for who she is, then you can 'move along'. And she's right. Weight doesn't define who we are, it's our character. Many people could take a lesson or two from this song. And the skinny people who are too stupid to read the words which are clearly printed above, shouldn't even bother. If you don't understand it, then don't bother commenting in the first place.
Karmin – Sugar
Oct 17, 2014
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The song is about a girl becoming interested in a guy who is more interested in friendship. Though she says it's okay to be friends, she knows that she doesn't want only that. Throughout the song, she keeps trying to change his mind, wondering how their relationship could go if they get together and how long they would last. She reminisces over the fact that she used to be very careful as far as relationships were concerned but then he came along and changed everything, making her want to just jump right into a relationship with him without thinking about it first. By then end, all she can think about is what she could possibly do to get his attention in the romantic way. She's confused herself because she doesn't know if she's reading his body language right or if it's the alcohol toying with her. She reiterates that she's constantly thinking about him and how she wants to be with him. She's like-struck, not love-struck.
Karmin – Sugar
Oct 17, 2014
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