Album: Vows (U.S. Edition) (2012)
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  • Kimbra is telling a guy on this song that she doesn't want to be his "posse girl," as she prefers to maintain her standards rather than conforming into what is believed to be "cool." The New Zealand songstress told American Songwriter magazine that she is especially proud of the lyric, "It's not you, maybe I'm just too pedantic, I'm a self-confessed idealist, and romantic." She explained: "It feels like one of the more honest moments on the record. Exposing your flaws through a song can be scary but also kind of liberating."


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