"Blurred Lines" as written by Pharrell L Williams, Clifford Harris and Robin Thicke. If you can't read, from the same page I mean, it's almost unbearable.
"Blurred Lines" is a song by American singer-songwriters Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams In a separate interview, Thicke clarified the meaning of the song's title, saying it referred to "the good-girl/bad-girl .. In "Blurred Lines", the Robin Thicke lyrics are: "You don't need no papers," meaning, "You are not a possession.
You can watch the “clean” video clip for Blurred Lines below, and the unrated . Blurred Lines refers to when women say no but mean yes.
Robin Thicke's summer hit "Blurred Lines" addresses what sounds like a wants sex: for good girls, silence is consent and “no” really means “yes.” This lyric suggests that women are supposed to enjoy pain during sex or.
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