Avril Lavigne: Hello Kitty Meaning
Song Released: 2014
Hello Kitty Lyrics
Mom's not home tonight
So we can roll around, have a pillow fight
Like a major rager OMFG
Let's all slumber party
Like a fat kid on a pack of Smarties
Someone chuck a cupcake...
1TOP RATED#1 top rated interpretation:anonymous Aug 12th 2018 !⃝
This song is about a lesbian fling.
I mean, read between the lines. “Mom’s not home tonight” / “spin the bottle [...] keep it just between you & me” / “roll around in our underwear”. The message is obvious. Later on she goes “come and play with kitty & me” hinting at her female part.
The theme of the video is Japanese cuz Hello Kitty is Japanese, and there’s her fans behind her etc it’s cute, but don’t forget the all FEMALE dancers behind her. It’s all a message.
2TOP RATED#2 top rated interpretation:anonymous May 18th 2014 !⃝
I think it means lesbian sex.
anonymous Jul 20th !⃝
She admitted she wrote this song because she was just obssessed with hello kitty. Ya'll overanalyzing it
anonymous Jun 22nd !⃝
Everyone saying its a song about lesbianism/a lesbian fling...are we just gonna ignore the fact she has made statements talking about her being obsessed with Hello Kitty and the song was supposed to be a for fun? You expect people to take your word at face value but then will ignore her statements at face value...yikes
anonymous Sep 7th 2017 !⃝
This song is about duality. I think there for I am. She is expressing having a good time at a slumber party...and thanking her Japanese fans. Which are mostly female. You may interpret it literally or metaphorically. Meaning it's ok to have fun do what u want be who you are. - Doc Dead Records.
anonymous Jan 18th 2015 !⃝
It means I love Tokyo, I love hello kitty. Let's be like hello kitty.
anonymous May 31st 2014 !⃝
I think this song is about having fun, not taking life too seriously, and just enjoying the world for what it is.
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