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==Background==
 
==Background==
Cheryl Cole confirmed Del Rey would be writing for her album in May 2012. According to Cole, the song was composed prior to the success of "[[Video Games (song)|Video Games]]". On May 28th, Cole teased the track by sharing the lyrics "I'm not a trick boy I'm a trick for you,you give me butterflies heart skipping 1,2 I know your sick boy I wanna get the flu (sic)... I'm running temperatures thinking of your love boo.." and adding the hashtag "#ghettobaby". The song bares close resemblance to "[[Match Made in Heaven (song)|Match Made in Heaven]]" and re-uses many of the same lyrics. An official music video for the track was released on December 26, 2012. In an interview for ''Spin or Bin Music'' Del Rey stated that herself and Cole share the same boss at [[Polydor Records]], who had expressed the thought that Cole would like the song, so they played it for her. Cole loved it and then decided to record it.
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Cheryl Cole confirmed Del Rey would be writing for her album in May 2012. According to Cole, the song was composed prior to the success of "[[Video Games (song)|Video Games]]". On May 28, Cole teased the track by sharing the lyrics "I'm not a trick boy I'm a trick for you,you give me butterflies heart skipping 1,2 I know your sick boy I wanna get the flu...(sic) I'm running temperatures thinking of your love boo.." and adding the hashtag #ghettobaby. The song bares close resemblance to "[[Match Made in Heaven (song)|Match Made in Heaven]]" and re-uses many of the same lyrics. An official music video for the track was released on December 26, 2012. In an interview for ''Spin or Bin Music'' Del Rey stated that herself and Cole share the same boss at [[Polydor Records]], who had expressed the thought that Cole would like the song, so they played it for her. Cole loved it and then decided to record it.
   
 
The original file of Del Rey's demo comes from an album titled "RNB PACK 10.08.11" suggesting that the demo was recorded on August 11, 2011 or October 8, 2011 depending on which date format the producer was using.
 
The original file of Del Rey's demo comes from an album titled "RNB PACK 10.08.11" suggesting that the demo was recorded on August 11, 2011 or October 8, 2011 depending on which date format the producer was using.

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