It is the sixth track on their self titled album. The vulgarity of the lyrics is contrasted by the low-key acoustic ballad style of the song. The singer contends that he is speaking "for the ladies ", but advises men to listen closely. The theme of the song is essentially that women sometimes need to have their needs attended through gentle, romantic sexual encounters. The refrain contains variations of this sentiment:. I'm gonna fuck you During the song, the singer demonstrates his sensitivity by suggesting that he would bring flowers and explaining his need for a relationship involving teamwork. He then offers to engage in the woman's favorite sexual position and inquires about the woman's favorite food, conceding that, although he will not cook the dish himself, he will certainly order it instead from Zanzibar. At the end of the song, having recounted in numerous ways how he will pleasure his partner with gentle lovemaking, the singer closes by declaring, "But then I'm gonna fuck you Gabe Swarr directed and co-wrote the video.
Fuck Her Gently Songtext
You don't always have to fuck her hard In fact sometimes that's not right to do Sometimes you've got to make some love And fuckin' give her some smoochies too Sometimes you got to squeeze Sometimes you got to say "Please" Sometimes you got to say "Hey. I'm gonna fuck you, softly I'm gonna screw you gently I'm gonna hump you, sweetly I'm gonna ball you discreetly". And then you say "Hey I brought you flowers" And then you say "Wait a minute Sally" "I think I got somethin' in my teeth, could you get it out for me? What's your favorite posish? That's cool with me It's not my favorite but I'll do it for you What's your favorite dish?
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