Friday, January 12, 2007

I Wanna Love You

A few weeks ago, me and Shanon went to Best Buy. I was there to return a few CD's that he had bought for me for Christmas. He looked around and bought 3 CD's, most notably the new one from Akon. He liked both of Akon's singles, "Smack That", which features Eminem, and "I Wanna Love You", which features Snoop. When we got in the car, he put the disc in and played both songs. Imagine his surprise when he heard the following lyrics in the song, "I Wanna Love You":

I see you winding and grinding up on that pole
I know you see me lookin' at you and you already know
I wanna fuck you, you already know
I wanna fuck you, you already know

From wikipedia:

"I Wanna Love You" is the second single from Akon's sophomore album Konvicted. Originally called "I Wanna Fuck You", the song was renamed on Akon's album due to its explicit title. Both album versions of the song contain the chorus "I wanna fuck you," while the radio version of the song contains the lyrics, "I wanna love you." This song is Akon's first #1 single on the Billboard Hot 100."

Shanon laughed when he heard the more explicit lyrics, but has since told me that he prefers the tamer ("I Wanna Love You") version. That Shanon. Such a romantic.

4 comments:

Rebecca said...
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Rocketstar said...

"A few weeks ago, me and Shanon went to Best Buy. I was there to return a few CD's that he had bought for me for Christmas."

-- Is Shannon your roomate?

Thomas said...

No, he's a friend that lives about 30 miles out of town. He had bought me 4 comedy CD's (Bill Cosby, Rodney Carrington, etc.), none of which I was too interested in keeping. I said I was just gonna return 1 or 2, but, screw it, I returned all 4. Does that make me bad?

Rocketstar said...

Not at all, the purpose of a gift is to make you happy, so in returning that which you did not want is exactly what you should have done.