Fergie Ferg gonna love you long time!
Sexual Content: Lots of fun, sexy innuedos. Try on "How come everytime you come around my london london bridge wanna go down like!" for size. "Fergalicious" openly discusses Fergie's hot bod and how she has the boys lining up down the block to "watch what she's got". "Clumsy" talks about being head-over-heels for a guy, while "Velvet" is a song straight out of a dirty movie. Violence: N/A Language: S**t and f**k are littered throughout the album, including one "motherf*cking". Other profane language includes b*tches and a**. The edited version, however, is very well produced and doesn't leave one swear word unedited. Social Behaviour: Fergie comes across as conceited in one song and weak and vulnerable in another. Fergie is all over the map as far as personality and morals go. Commercialism: Grey Goose (the vodka), Mary Jane Shoes, Taco Bell, and a mention of the music awards show "The Grammy's". Drugs/Alcohol/Tobacco: Grey Goose is mentioned in one song which also refers to being drunk. "Voodoo Doll" refers to a needle in your arm, as a metaphor. "Mary Jane Shoes" leads you to draw your own conclusions from the songs lyrics. "Shoes or marjunna?"
Overall I give this album a pause for 13+ and an on for 14+. Great album!