In the beginning, it was supposed that the phrase ‘Cherry Chapstick’ was a reference to Katy Perry kissing another female and tasting the cherry chapstick she had previously applied. In actuality, according to accounts from Joyscribe, the word was intended to make a reference to the genitalia of another female.
What is Cherry Chapstick?
Olivia Nelson’s song Cherry Chapstick is a well-known piece of music. The word ″Cherry Chapstick″ appears in the song ″I Kissed A Girl,″ which was written by the well-known singer and composer Katy Perry. It is also known as Cherry Chapstick, and it is a lip balm that prevents chapped lips from drying out.
Why did Katy Perry put Cherry Chapstick on her lips?
Perhaps it was a chilly winter’s night, and Perry’s heroine in the song had applied cherry-flavored ChapStick on her lips before going to bed. The cherry ChapStick-coated lips that Perry is alluding to, according to several interpretations on the internet, aren’t the lips that Perry is talking to.
What is the meaning of Katy Perry’s ‘I Kissed a girl’?
Well, Katy Perry’s song ‘I Kissed A Girl,’ which was included on her 2008 album named ‘One of the Boys,’ has the lyrics ″Cherry Chapstick,″ which refers to lip balm, but the song also has a second meaning, which many people were not expecting. Cherry Chapstick is a famous song written by Olivia Nelson that was covered by American singer-songwriter Katy Perry.