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  • G I R L's most explicit sex jam, this disconcertingly titled song (pronounced "goosh") finds Pharrell threatening a paramour to "leave those panties in flames." There are times where I get a little bit cute," Skateboard P had warned before he started playing the album at the listening party. "But I should be allowed to do that."
  • The song's hook of "Light that ass on fire," is a repeat of Pharrell's line on his 2003 Busta Rhymes collaboration "Light Ya Ass on Fire."
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