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Lyricist Pete Wentz likes his cryptic titles and this is one of them. In a video interview Wentz refused to tell the New Musical Express what the title stands for. Instead, he said, people "will have to figure it out on their own."
This was co-written by and features Pharrell Williams of The Neptunes. Drummer Andy Hurley told The Neptunes website about the collaboration with the hip-hop producer: "That was one of the coolest experiences, because I love Pharrell and I love hip-hop. He ended up being one of the nicest and most down-to-earth dudes. He made me kind of nervous because he has just done so many good songs."
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