This Danja-produced track has Brown drawing on mathematics metaphors to attract the interest of a girl:
Substitution, add me in Multiply my love Is that too much? Substitution What's the problem, girl? Add me in
The mathematics-as-a-metaphor-for-love lyrical trick is not a new one, It was famously utilised by Sam Cooke in his 1960 hit "Wonderful World."
Don't know much trigonometry. Don't know much about algebra, Don't know what a slide rule is for. But I do know that one and one is two, And if this one could be with you, What a wonderful world this would be
The song was produced by Nate "Danja" Hills, who previously collaborated with Brown on "Till I Die" from his Fortune album. Breezy described the tune to MTV News as being "old-school with a new-age feel."
"Cleveland Rocks" was written by an Englishman. Ian Hunter wrote the song after touring America in the late '70s and finding that Cleveland was by far the most receptive city to his brand of Glam Rock.
The lyrics for Lesley Gore's "It's My Party" were based on actual events relating to his daughter Judy's sweet 16 party. The teenager threw a tantrum and burst into tears when her mum and dad insisted that her grandparents had to be invited.