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In Praise Of ‘Drew Barrymore,’ The SZA Song And The Woman Who Inspired It

The first single off SZA’s intoxicating new album “Ctrl” is called “Drew Barrymore,” named after the R&B singer’s favorite actress. The song, whose chorus goes “Warm enough for ya outside baby, yeah / Is it warm enough for ya inside me, me, me, me?”, addresses the way lopsided power dynamics in relationships yield low self-esteem, as SZA asks again and again if she’s warm ― i.e. hot ― enough for her man’s liking. 






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Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/drew-barrymore-love-letter_us_595536d2e4b0da2c7321f615?ucs

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