On John Mayer’s newest album “Paradise Valley,” there’s a duet with his piece Katy Perry called “Who You Love.” The single just came out today, but for weeks it’s been #1 at every gynecologist’s office. Every gyno prescribes this song to any patient suffering from excessive vaginal wetness. Just one listen and it’ll dry you right up! To promote the song and their relationship (mostly their relationship) Katy and John posed together for a black and white spread in Vanity Fair. The cover picture perfectly captures Katy and John’s relationship. John sits around making soulful masterpieces like the musical genius he is while Katy lays around all bored-like and makes a look that says, “You see what you have to put up with when you’re chronically dickmatized?”
John talked about the song to AP and spit out this dingle berry:
“If the music is framed correctly and quality. And if it’s right and the soul is there, it would be the highest compliment to the record if somebody said or people said, ‘I don’t even think about it being [about] a relationship, I just hear it as a great song.’”
When I listened to that shit, I didn’t think about their relationship, but I did think about the sound engineers who worked overtime to digitially erase the sound of Katy Perry’s coochie letting out the mournful wail of sadness that most coochies let out when they’ve been touched by John Mayer’s David Duke dick. Good job, engineers!