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Robin Thicke Sings About Sex (Again) On “Take It Easy On Me”: Listen

4804fd98da81240dec383c215eb94641 Robin Thicke Sings About Sex (Again) On “Take It Easy On Me”: Listen

Robin Thicke has already raised temperatured and dropped skirts (literally) with “Blurred Lines” but the crooner’s sexual revolution is far from over with new track “Take It Easy On Me” covering similarly steamy ground. The Timbaland-produced club-banger owes a debt to Madonna‘s 2008 single “4 Minutes” — at least as far as the bone-rattling beats are concerned.

The lyrics are a different matter. Blue-eyed soul’s new poster boy sings about shopping for underwear and ripping fancy clothes. He also laments: “When I look right through your dress, I want your cherry pie.” I’m not American, so this reference might be lost on me but I don’t think he’s talking about food. Listen to the radio-ready hit after the jump.

Thoughts on Robin’s latest bedroom anthem? Let us know in the comments below.

 

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