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Girls

Rita Ora

Girls Lyrics

[Verse 1: Rita Ora]
Her name is Lara, we learned a lot, ah
How to do it, like we do it like we wanna

We just know, we just know
I ain't one-sided, I'm open-minded
I'm fifty-fifty and I'm never gonna hide it
You should know, eh, you should know, ayy


[Pre-Chorus: Charli XCX]
All summer, we've been in the 'bu
'68 Chevy with nothin' to do
Just rollin' J's, kush lovin'
And last night, yeah, we got with the dude
I saw him, he was lookin' at you
So I said, "Hey," kush lovin'


[Chorus: Rita Ora & Charli XCX]
Sometimes, I just wanna kiss girls, girls, girls
Red wine, I just wanna kiss girls, girls, girls
Sometimes, I just wanna kiss girls, girls, girls
Red wine, I just wanna kiss girls, girls, girls
Girls, girls, girls, girls, girls

[Verse 2: Bebe Rexha & Charli XCX]
You know I tamed it, and then I named it
I put the lion in the cage and then I laid with
Her all night (all night), her all night, yeah
I'm the hunter and she the prey, yeah
I'm the thriller and the killer and the saviour
Up all night, we up all night, yeah (do it one more time)

[Pre-Chorus: Rita Ora with Bebe Rexha]
All summer, we've been in the 'bu
'68 Chevy with nothin' to do
Just rollin' J's, kush lovin'

[Chorus: Bebe Rexha, Rita Ora & Charli XCX]
Sometimes, I just wanna kiss girls, girls, girls
Red wine, I just wanna kiss girls, girls, girls
(yeah yeah, yeah yeah)
Sometimes, I just wanna kiss girls, girls, girls
(you know that I do)
Red wine, I just wanna kiss girls, girls, girls
Girls, girls, girls, girls, girls

[Bridge: Charli XCX, Rita Ora, Both & (Cardi B)]
She gettin' down with me, yeah-ah
She gettin' down with me, yeah-ah
She gettin' down with me, yeah-ah
Oh, we can go up
She gettin' down with me, yeah-ah
She gettin' down with me, yeah-ah
(Rita)
She gettin' down with me, yeah-ah (look, Cardi)

[Verse 3: Cardi B]
Now I could be your lipstick, just for one night (one night)
Girls just wanna have fun and have their funds right (yeah)
I mean, say my name, say my name, say my name (say my name)
It tastes good just rollin' off your tongue, right? (Hurrr)
I put this MAC on your lips, so pucker up (mwah)
We ain't never heard of you 'cause you ain't done enough (no)
And I don't gotta introduce myself (Cardi!)
I'm too sexy, I seduce myself (Bardi!)
Seven-figure, never need a nigga (nope)

I steal your bitch, have her down with the scissor
Tonight, I don't want a dog, I want a kitten (eeeooowww)
I might French a girl from Great Britain

[Chorus: Rita Ora, Bebe Rexha, Charli XCX & Cardi B]
Sometimes, I just wanna kiss girls, girls, girls (oh yeah)
Red wine, I just wanna kiss girls, girls, girls
Sometimes, I just wanna kiss girls, girls, girls (oh yeah)
Red wine, I just wanna kiss girls, girls, girls
Girls, girls, girls, girls, girls

[Outro: Rita Ora, Bebe Rexha, Charli XCX & Cardi B]
She gettin' down with me, yeah-ah
She gettin' down with me, yeah-ah
She gettin' down with me, yeah-ah (yeah)
She likes, she likes (aha)
She gettin' down with me, yeah-ah (yeah)
She gettin' down with me, yeah-ah (ah-ha)
She gettin' down with me, yeah-ah
Girls, girls, girls, girls, girls
Hehehehe-aha (hahahahaaa)

About “Girls”

“Girls” is the third official single from Rita Ora’s upcoming album. The song tackles themes of female empowerment, self-love, and bisexuality.

The song was met with backlash initiated by lesbian icon Hayley Kiyoko – it was accused of being “tone-deaf” and “fueling the male gaze”. Ora has since issued an apology via Twitter.

Initially, Rita debuted a version of the song live at the BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend on May 28, 2017 with fellow British artists, RAYE and Charli XCX. The three previously collaborated on the VIP mix of Charli’s “After the Afterparty.

In a November interview with The Big Top 40, Rita confirmed Bebe Rexha and Charli XCX as collaborators on the track. Bebe then teased a third featured artist. In December, this was leaked by ThatGrapeJuice to be Cardi B, which was later confirmed by Rita herself as she unveiled the release date along with an alternate promotional cover art for the song two days prior to the song’s release.

  • What have artists said about the song?

    On working with the features artists:

    It was fantastic [working with the other girls]. I look at, you know, waking up and see what’s been out, like when I was putting my record out and there’s just some amazing new artists that have come out since I put out ORA, that I’ve been obsessed with. And Charli’s obviously like my number one, love her with all my heart, so obviously I had to have her on my album. I just gathered all the girls that I thought were just like, cool vibes, it’s always about the vibe and the energy and the connection.

    On what the song is about:

    And “Girls” is one of my exciting songs which I can’t wait for people to hear. It’s like the record I made to, it’s my twisted way of showing love for the girls in this industry.

    -Rita Ora [via Interview]

  • What message does Rita hope people take away from the song?

    I think, obviously, the song is very impactful in its own way. It definitely has a point. For me, I always looked at this song as a real gender-fluid freedom record. I never looked at it as, “Only females can listen to it” or “Only males can listen to it”: It’s for everybody. It really represents freedom and the chance to be what you want to be — and there being no judgment and just living your life as you want to live it. That’s what this song represents to me every time I hear it. It was really inspired by one of my favorite songs: “I Kissed a Girl” by Katy Perry. That was the first song anyone heard of Katy Perry’s, and it was just such a statement; it was so fun. I wanted to do something that was in that lane."

    via People

  • How does “Girls” fit into the album when it comes to the sound and the writing?

    I think you start seeing a little pattern between “Your Song” and “Anywhere” and “Girls.” I love pop music; it’s a pop album. It’s full of different ups and downs. It’s just gonna be a really great pop record, and I hope you guys enjoy it and have fun listening to it."

    via People

  • What has Rita said about working with Cardi, Charli, and Bebe?

    Rita told People:

    I knew it was a vibe when I first got it, but I never thought it was going to become a song that all my peers and my fellow musicians — the girls on the record — really wanted to jump on. So I kind of left it for a bit. Then it got into Cardi’s hands, and she loved it, and she was actually the first person to put a verse on it. […] I’m really good friends with Charli, and I played it for her and was like, ‘You know, I’d love if you just jumped on this song.’ And she was like, ‘Oh my god, Rita, this is such a f—ing smash, and it’s so much fun.’ […] So she jumped on it. Then Bebe was the last person to jump on it because I really wanted to work with her. […] We’ve always tried to get in together to write a record because she’s such a great songwriter. She actually came in and just killed her version, and I kept her on it.

  • Has this song received backlash from the LGBT community?

    Yes — one person who spoke out about this was lesbian singer Hayley Kiyoko, who wrote in a letter on Twitter:

  • What has Rita said about the controversy?

    A few days after the release, Rita placed a statement on her Twitter account:

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