The song finds Olly Alexander addressing a male lover when he sings, "You do it boy, well." Speaking to Digital Spy
, he explained: "It was important for me to get some male pronouns in some of the songs. So I did it for 'Real' and 'Memo,' and then one song on the deluxe. It is kind of sad to me that we don't have gay popstars singing about men using a male pronoun, but that could change hopefully."
"I'd like to hear a gay artist express their sexuality in a really open way," Alexander added. "That's something I've sort of tried to do a little bit on this album, but to be able to talk about sex is possibly new for gay artists, so I'd like to see that in the mainstream."
"I've thought a lot about this, that relationship of 'you and I'", he continued. "I think that's just how I learnt to use my voice as a songwriter, like whenever I write a diary because I wanted to hide who I was writing about, it would always be 'you and I'."
"I can't speak for all gay people," Alexander added. "Because there are so many different issues, and experiences, and different shapes and sizes. But I can speak for myself, and that is what I'm doing."