told CMT News that she embraced the chance to write lyrics based on the dub rhythm of the actual words. "The lyrics themselves can just be fun words that sound really 'riki-tiki' to say," she noted. "It doesn't have to always have to make narrative sense but just have fun with having fun words. If you remember the Sugar Hill Gang [a pioneering hip hop group in the '70s check out Rapper's Delight
], when everybody wanted to learn 'hip-hop-hippa-to-the-hippity-hip-hop.' Everybody wants to learn that. It's fun to say."