I want to see your peacock-cock-cock Your peacock-cock Your peacock-cock-cock Your peacock I want to see your peacock-cock-cock Your peacock-cock Your peacock-cock-cock Your peacock. Word on the street, you got something to show me, me Magical, colorful, myster-mystery I'm intrigued for a peak Heard it's fascinating. What's up your sleeve, such a tease, wanna see the show In 3-D, a movie Heard it's beautiful. I want the jaw dropping, eye popping, head turning, body shocking I want my heart throbbing, ground shaking, show stopping, amazing. Are you brave enough to let me see your peacock? Don't be a chicken, boy, stop acting like a biotch Imma peace out if you don't give me the pay off. What'ch'you waiting for?
Because the song was filled with suggestive lyrics pertaining to male genitalia, Capitol Records initially opposed the idea of including it on her record. Similar to what happened with another song of hers — " I Kissed a Girl " — she refused to withdraw it from the record. On March 26, , a remix version was released as promotional single on iTunes. Despite not being released as a single, the song entered several music charts worldwide. Perry has performed "Peacock" on several occasions, including during her world tour California Dreams Tour. When performing the track, the singer usually wears colorful or glittery clothing. Mikkel S. According to Perry, the whole point of writing "Peacock" was to play with words.
Perry said the song is an example of her "fucked up humor" because the message of the song is clearly saying that she wants to see her boyfriend's penis. Perry also said about the song during the unavailing of her album artwork that, " It's just a silly play on words. Peacock: It's an obvious innuendo, and I love an obvious innuendo. The song was met with generally negative reviews from the media though it managed to chart at number fifty-nine in Canada and number one on the U. Hot Dance Club Songs chart following the album's release. It has also sold over , copies in the US despite never being a single or a promotional single. According to Perry, the whole point of writing the song was to play with words since she loves innuendos.
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