Body of My Own


  • Unsatisfied sexually by her man, Charli decides to (literally) take things into her own hands and do the deed herself. "I don't need you. My touch is better," she proclaims.

    The tune is one of several tracks on Sucker where the British songstress sings about women taking control of their bodies. "If you like to show your body and your proud of your sexuality in a way that you look, I don't really believe that that doesn't make you a feminist," Charli told NME. "It just makes empowered."


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