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07/12/2013 10:58 am ET

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

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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