One Direction’s “Kiss You” Lyrics Breakdown: Let’s Get Physical

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Posted by on 12/20/2012 at 6:25 PM Lyrics

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One Direction explores more mature themes on sophomore effort Take Me Home, they're just wrapping them up in flawlessly catchy beats and peppy declarations of puppy love. And understandably so, as the guys range from 18-20 years old and are exposed to the most hormonal of crazed reactions from fans all over the world. "Live While We're Young" saw the mention of sexting, but the entire album is riddled with innuendos; the title alone can be considered a pick-up line. Forthcoming single "Kiss You" cuts out much of the playful hints and gets down to the heart of the matter: doing it—that is only if you might want to. They may be forward from time to time, but they're almost always polite. For further exploration into the five blokes' dating strategy/lines young British men might spew during a night out at the pubs come January, check out our take below.

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