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A new boobquake song?

It’s called Boys Love Earthquakes by Nichole Alden. I think it has to be about boobquake, but it’s not explicitly clarified anywhere. Here are some of the lyrics:

Cover your head
Beauty must hide
Silence your lips
Keeping Inside
Far too tempting to uncover what they might
Beautiful girl, this submission isn’t right

Lower your head
Body must bow
Purity gives excuse to disavow
Your defiance will devour and deny
Beautiful girl, there’s no reason to comply

Don’t shake, shake, shake
They don’t allow
Don’t shake, shake, shake
It’s all your fault now

It’s not exactly my type of music, but I like the lyrics. If it’s not officially about boobquake, I think it definitely could be.

Boys Love Earthquakes by Nichole ALDEN

(Via Common Sense Atheism)

Comments

  1. LS says

    What’s with everybody stealing boobquake?We need to band together, and make our OWN boobquake based media. It might even include games of chance, and professional sexual partners.

  2. Annie says

    When I read the lyrics, I thought it was going to be a much faster song. Lyrics are OK, but I wanted to yell, “Spit it out already!” Definitely about boobquake. Like the play on words: “It’s all your fault now”.

  3. Syetlana says

    Awesome lyrics with a really beautiful voice, but like Annie said, it seemed like the song was going to be faster than it is.

  4. the_Siliconopolitan says

    Of course it can’t officially be about Boobquake™.Because then she’d have to pay you royalties.

  5. dontgetmewrong says

    I disagree that this track should be faster. Loving the slow, sexy vibe. Especially the chanting that starts at around 2:13. This song is definitely about boobquake. Lyrics totally make the point.

  6. Berlzebub says

    I like it. It is a little slow, but I prefer slow songs to the ones too fast for you to understand the words.The main thing that makes me think it is about Boobquake is the “Don’t shake…” segment. The rest seems to be about female oppression, but that addition kind of targets Jen’s experiment.

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