And then I’d love you ‘til I’ll make you pop
Justin is comparing his girl’s you know (vagina) what to bubblegum. He is comparing her climaxing to ‘busting her bubble’. Pitchfork media had an interesting take on this line in their review of this album;
Consider ‘N Sync’s 2001 hit “Pop”, a defensive track co-written by Justin Timberlake that takes aim at boy-band haters. “All that matters is that you recognize that it’s just about respect,” he sings. The song was on 'N Sync’s final album, Celebrity, which sold nearly two million copies in the U.S. in its first week — and by that point the group had gone platinum about 30 times over. Even back then, this desire for meaningful admiration was nagging at Timberlake. “Pop” is slyly referenced on “Strawberry Bubblegum”, a love-as-sugar-rush space-soul trifle from the singer’s third LP, The 20/20 Experience. “I’m gonna love you 'til I make it pop,” he goes, emphasizing the last word with the exact same sense of joy as he did 12 years ago. But now there’s no irked aftertaste. Justin Timberlake is respected, and he’s using that cred to make an eight-minute love song with the word “bubblegum” in its title that astutely references Barry White, Drake-style ambient R&B, and Sly Stone. He’s walking the walk and chewing gum at the same time.
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