When Harry Styles, the Beyonce of One Direction, released his Grammy-winning single Watermelon Sugar in 2019, he left much to the imagination of what the lyrics meant, but mainly for those who are remedial and don’t read between the lines. Now, Olivia Wilde’s boyfriend has finally cleared up the meaning behind the song by letting everyone know that it is indeed about the sweet nectar between a lady’s thighs.
I’m not sure how slow the majority of his fans are but unless watermelon sugar is an ad for Tropicana’s latest line of summer drinks what else would this song be about? Harry looks like he gets more coochie than tampons so why wouldn’t he create an ode to one of his favorite things in life? I mean, have you seen the video? It’s practically a horror movie to DJ Khaled!
I’m sure many parents thought it was a catchy tune until they caught their young daughters singing it at the top of their lungs and actually listened to the words. Still, the song is a hit and up until now, Harry has been very cheeky and hush-hush with its meaning. But Billboard reports that at a recent show in Nashville, Harry (while wearing an outfit found in the Elton John section of a costume store) finally alluded to what the song’s true meaning is, while a stadium filled with screaming fangirls (and their horny mothers) watched in delight as their burning question was finally answered.
“It doesn’t really matter what it’s about,” Styles began at one of his Nashville concerts, attempting to leave things somewhat up for interpretation before stating that “Watermelon Sugar” is about “the sweetness of life … It’s also about the female orgasm.”
🎥| Harry talking about the meaning behind Watermelon Sugar tonight in Nashville! #LoveOnTourNashville
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As a member of Generation X (the greatest generation, mind you), we’ve had suggestive lyrics thrown in our faces for years and never totally needed an explanation. Perhaps it’s time for me to come out with a song called “Eggplant Slurpees” and see how long it takes for people to understand what the hell I’m talking about. Maybe I can get a Grammy too.