Robin Thicke's 'Take It Easy On Me' Finds Singer Wanting To 'Rip Through All Your Fancy Clothes'

07/12/2013 10:58 am ET

After boasting what is arguably the song of the summer and already releasing two follow-up singles, Robin Thicke is back with "Take It Easy On Me," a club-friendly track that sounds strikingly like a Justin Timberlake entry.

If "Blurred Lines" has been called "rapey," Thicke furthers his ambivalence toward the accusations on this song. The singer continues his sexualized R&B musings on the new release, singing, "I'll rip through all your fancy clothes / I want to shop for your underwear / I wanna do it all so close / Baby, I can make it worth your while / When I look right through your dress / I want your cherry pie."

"Take It Easy" is produced by Timbaland and serves as the latest delivery from the album "Blurred Lines," which is slated for a July 30 release. Listen to the thumping dance track above.

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