Background[ edit ] The lyrics of "It Wasn't Me" depict one man asking his friend what to do after his girlfriend catches him having sex with another woman. His friend's advice is to deny everything, despite clear evidence to the contrary, with the phrase "It wasn't me. Within a couple of days, it was our number-one requested song. The song is written in the key of C, in the Mixolydian mode. The video focused on him being caught masturbating about the girl next door by his mother.
My girl just caught me You let her catch you? I don't know how I let this happen With who? The girl next door, you know Man I don't know what to do Say it wasn't you Alright Honey came in and she caught me red-handed Creeping with the girl next door Picture this, we were both caught making love on the bathroom floor [another version:
Honey came in and she caught me red handed bangin on the girl next door. Picture this we were both butt naked layin on the bedroom floor. How could I forget that i had given her an inch of me?
Goodness gracious, all of these Kelly moments and how she goes about them. that's exactly what I find most alluring, engaging, pleasing and satisfying in the erotic encounter those delicately anticipatory, captivatingly intimate, playfully close-and-personal exchanges that foreshadow, surround and conclude the actual nuts-and-bolts of banging intercourse that's to me the seductive essence of the turn on that builds up in increasingly tingling stages of arousal to the boiling climax of my ultimate wanton abandon and the debauchery of my utterly unbound surrender.