Katy Perry: Peacock Meaning
Song Released: 2010
Your peacock, cock, cock, your peacock
I wanna see your peacock, cock, cock, your peacock, cock
Your peacock, cock, cock, your peacock
Word on the street, you got something to show...
anonymous Jan 25th, 2011 1:01am report
I think that there is a double meaning. My initial reaction was the obvious sexual meaning of peacock cock cock.
But deeper is the emotions and feelings that us men are great at hiding and if she can get her man in the song to expose them it is like the colours of a peacock because it is not often seen.
He is more than a 'cock'.
But I love the way she ties cock into the song - awesome
anonymous Jul 14th, 2012 7:37pm report
She's is talking about honesty. The peacock is a very colourful bird and it is the symbol used for honesty. She wants an honest man and not someone who hides his true feelings.
anonymous Jul 4th, 2012 7:54am report
umm it could be that other thing or it could be that she wants the guy to show her his true colours and who he really is i hope its that
anonymous Nov 5th, 11:22am report
Yea we all know what this is about she wants to have a gang bang with this guy and to see his large pea"cock".
anonymous Oct 21st, 10:48am report
It's obviously what you first think. MESSED UP!!! This style of lyrics Katy's not so good at. She's better at the inspirational type of song like Firework or Roar. This colour just really doesn't suit her.
anonymous Aug 8th, 8:54am report
The song is catchy but I'm 11 years old almost 12. 12 more days but I thought this song was about the man's pet peacock but I listened to it some more and it got weirder but now I'm disgusted this song seems wrong to me now.
anonymous Feb 1st, 2019 2:42am report
She wants to see his dick. Shes reversing sexual roles.
anonymous Aug 27th, 2018 8:01pm report
She's desperate for his COCK. ya know what I'm sayin?
anonymous Jun 29th, 2018 6:37pm report
Basically it's on about wanting to see her boyfriend's dick. Your peacock, cock. Why would it repeat the word cock if it meant show your true colours.
anonymous Jun 8th, 2017 6:18pm report
Yes, perverted minds, this song talks about cock XD, 3 Things she say that had made it obvious (Come on baby, let me see, what you're hidding UNDERNEATH), two, the tail of a peacock can be pubis and the peacock the cock(?), (Are you brave enough to let me see your peacock?)...
anonymous Jan 3rd, 2016 1:51pm report
Can you guys just shut up about sexual crap! It is related to an actual species! Females try to get the male Peafowl (peacocks) to spread their feathers (underneath their brown feathers) so the thing "hiding underneath" is the feathers not someone's "problem". Katy relates to that trait by telling a man to get to show his true personality. Sometimes when men first meet a woman they make up a personality. I am 12 and I still know the meaning of this song. It is one of my favorite songs.
anonymous Feb 26th, 2015 2:29pm report
Think the lyrics: peacock-cock-cock. So my first guess is it's sexual.
anonymous Oct 4th, 2014 10:50am report
I thought she made this song about a legit peacock but made it seem like she was talking about the guys dick. So it's kinda like "hahaha you gotta dirty mind ya nasty!"
anonymous May 20th, 2014 5:52am report
I think that all you people that think that this song is about inappropriate then mayb you are just messed up. Katy is just trying to get a guy to tell her what is his opinion about her and trying to get him to have some confidence in his conversation. If you think this song is inappropriate then you clearly haven't listened to some Lady Gaga or Rihanna or perhaps Katy's California Gurls not clean
anonymous May 7th, 2014 5:13am report
The song is about Being the peacock rather than just the 'Cock'
anonymous Dec 5th, 2013 12:19am report
I think it's talking about how she wants to see his real personality and know how he really feels
anonymous Apr 12th, 2013 4:15pm report
My grandaughter is only 10 and loves this song but has no clue what she is singing about. At that age they only like the melody and tune and pay no attention to the words which is totally embarrassing when she sings it. Too bad Katy Perry cant come up with something that is a good influence to the younger crowd that we as parents could be WANT our kids to listen too instead of ban them from listening.
anonymous Sep 23rd, 2012 9:21am report
She draws in the younger crowd, little girls are following her and this is where she is leading them. Do you want your 7 year old singing about a peacock cock cock? Bad they are saying this word over and over.
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