Freaky Freaky

Album: Tongue N' Cheek (2009)
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  • Rascal told The Sun August 28, 2009 that this outrageously frank litany of his recent sexual exploits, is a shout out to his ex-girlfriends. However he admitted: "Some names have been changed to protect one or two people. Others have been changed just so they rhyme."
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