Woo Woo

Album: Be Myself (2017)
  • Crow lays out her concerns about the sexed-up contemporary culture on this track:

    The girl's got a secret underneath those jeans
    Camera goes up when she shakes that thing

    She explained to The Mail on Sunday's Event magazine: "The idea is that all of our pop figures are out there advertising their round asses. And that's what we're projecting not only to our young girls but also to our young boys about what beauty is. It's a very weird time. And then to turn around and say you're a role model."
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