Ginuwine Sings 'Leave It In,' But What Is 'It'?

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“Leave it in,” sings Ginuwine on his latest single, “Leave It In.” But what is he talking about?

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Luckily, it doesn’t take too long to figure this mystery out. Ginuwine, maker of body-roll classics like “Pony” and “So Anxious,” means that he’s cool with going half on a baby on this silky candlelight groove where AutoTune slightly mangles his suave vocals.

He starts off singing, “She pulls me down/ Starts whispering/ Some words that start/ Exciting me.” At this point, “leave it in” could mean anything: “Leave the clothes in the dryer. I’ll take care of it later.” Or, “Leave the leftovers in the microwave for me, please.”

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Ginuwine is curiously vague throughout the first verse: “And instantly I feel/ Gratitude/ Do I deserve/ This gift, this woman who/ Just told me something every man wants to hear.” ????

About a minute into the song, Ginuwine finally gets to the point: “She wanna have my baby/ I think she love me, yeah I think she love me/ ’Cause she keep saying, ‘Leave it in.’” Oh.

His woman wants him to leave “it, the penis” in so they can procreate. The very definition of baby-making music.

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