Katy Perry Overdoes The Entendres With Leftover Track “Milk Milk Lemonade”

Becky Bain | August 4, 2010 10:50 am

Yesterday, in addition to showing off her homemade cookies once again, Katy Perry showed off how elegant and emotional she could get by releasing the Teenage Dream ballad “Not Like The Movies” on iTunes. Today, we get a leftover track from her sophomore album, the childishly titled “Milk Milk Lemonade.” Should it have been left on her album, or was scrapping a song titled after an obnoxious playground rhyme a good idea? Listen below.

[Sorry, folks—had to pull the audio down for now.]

In a way, this Dr. Luke-produced track would fit in with Katy’s candy-flavored album. There are more references to sugar-based treats in this one song than on a pack of Skittles.

But, as Vulture points out, Katy is helping destroy the subtlety of the double entendre, and this song abuses the figure of speech until it loses all meaning. Let’s see how difficult it is to figure out what Katy is referring to with her sweet-toothed euphemisms, shall we?

“I got the juicy peaches and cream.” We think she means her vagina. But that’s just a wild guess.

“Your banana.” That has to be his peacock.

“Milk, milk, lemonade, round the back’s where chocolate’s made.” It means what you think.

“The first come’s the first served / So bottom’s up!” Orgasm, doggy-style, you get it.

“Open 24 hours a day / More than 31 flavors to satisfy your craving.” We’re not sure how sexy it is to a man that a woman would be available for sex at all hours of the day, to be honest.

“I like to double dip in your favorite sauce / I’ll even let you lick the jelly on the top.” We never had the cajones to actually watch it, but this was something right out of 2 Girls, 1 Cup, right?

We’re halfway expecting the track to end with Katy going, “GET IT?” and literally saying “WINK!” aloud.

Lyrics aside, we are actually digging the catchy beat of this cheeky track. If this did happen to end up on Teenage Dream, it could be the guiltiest of pleasures.

What do you think? Are you satisfied by this tune or are you hungry for something more substantial?