Knocked Up

Album: The Royal Concept EP (2012)

Songfacts®:

  • The Royal Concept let us in on the story behind this track: "The title says it all, it's about the possibility of making a love child with a person you shouldn't have a child with. Maybe there's more than two persons involved..."
  • "Knocked up" is a phrase meaning to "get pregnant" and originates from the 1800s.

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