But you're a good girl
The way you grab me
Must wanna get nasty
Go ahead, get at me
Critic Tricia Romano said of these lines:
The song is about how a girl really wants crazy wild sex but doesn’t say it—positing that age-old problem where men think no means yes into a catchy, hummable song.
For all the criticism the song got about Thicke portraying a rapist, this line actually shows a more consensual side to this pick-up. With “Go ahead, get at me” he’s encouraging the girl to make the first move.
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