Boyfriend

Album: I'm Not Your Man (2017)
  • Here, Marika Hackman steals a dude's girlfriend from under his nose, because he foolishly believes "a woman really needs a man to make her scream."

    The words came fast, she told Q Magazine. "It was funny, but strong," the gay singer-songwriter marveled. "I've never written anything like that before. I thought, is it too intimidating?"

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