It ain't got to be the walk of shame, baby
But that's only if you know the game, baby
Later I can't be the one to blame, baby
But for now take the walk of shame, baby
The walk the girl takes out of his house doesn’t have to be a bad one, but that’s only if she understands Freddie’s initial intentions of their relationship. It’s like, “Don’t blame me, you knew what I wanted when I met you.” but she’s taking it more serious than Freddie intended, so it’s a walk of shame.
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