Beyoncé's Been a Bad, Bad, Bad Girl...and It Is Oh-So-Good
Beyoncé and Jay Z also enjoy fine spirits from time-to-time and like many of us, they also enjoy an inebriated tussle on the kitchen floor. Some times, you just "get filthy when the liquor gets into [you]", especially when you feel safe and protected drinking with your partner. I add that caveat because it is probably the most important theme of this album: Beyoncé feels loved, safe, and protected by and with her husband, so exploring her sexuality and sharing it with us isn't a problem; her man's got it taken care of.
If you've ever ended up on the kitchen floor entangled in each other's limbs, clothes thrown everywhere, and wondered "How the hell did this happen?", "Drunk In Love" is the song for you. Once "crazy in love", Beyoncé is now "drunk in love" with her husband, and I take it to mean that she feels intimately intoxicated and it totally caught up in an emotional endorphin release induced by her relationship with her adoring husband. They can let loose and "get faded" with each other, in the safety of their home and marriage, and that is the perfect manifestation of complete trust in one another.
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