Deniece Williams: Let's Hear It for the Boy Meaning
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Song Released: 1983
Let's Hear It for the Boy Lyrics
anonymous Aug 3rd 2020 report
it's about the fact that boys/males in western modern society are emasculated and cast aside, she's celebrating the fact that we need men, let's here it for the boys, give it up for the men, who are now chop liver in america, they are completely emasculated, look around
anonymous Jul 3rd 2020 report
It’s about “the boy’s” oral skills. Plain and simple. She absolutely loves his oral game. I’m pretty sure that is the main (thinly veiled) theme. And good for her!
anonymous Jun 13th 2019 report
He sucks. She sucks. They fuck.
anonymous Sep 14th 2018 report
He is not sweet. He is not romantic. He doesn't talk much because he doesn't know what to say. He is not a provider either.
So why like him? He is a great dancer and great in bed.
It's just a bouncy song about a woman who is enjoying a shallow relationship.
anonymous Aug 23rd 2018 report
Its about a guy that fucks!
anonymous Nov 10th 2015 report
The protagonist is saying that she loves the man she is with, despite of his imperfections.
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