Just let me liberate you
You don't need no papers
That man is not your maker
And that's why I'm gon' take a
Thicke quoted this section when defending the song and video against charges of sexism. When talking about the backlash against the song, he told the Today Show:
I think that’s what great art does. It’s supposed to stir conversation, it’s supposed to make us talk about what’s important and what the relationship between men and women is, but if you listen to the lyrics it says ‘That man is not your maker’ — it’s actually a feminist movement within itself."
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