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Lewi​s Capaldi Shocked By Meaning Of Ariana Grande's New Song

Lewi​s Capaldi Shocked By Meaning Of Ariana Grande's New Song

Lewis Capaldi had a slightly x-rated lightbulb moment after finding out the true meaning of Ariana Grande's new song, having been shocked to realise it's 'about sh**ging'.

Capaldi shared a video on Instagram, in which he broke down the title and lyrics of Grande's new track, '34+35'.

The more innocent among us might have been led to believe it's a light-hearted tune about the joys of maths, but Capaldi took it upon himself to get to the bottom of it.

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Speaking to camera, he says in the clip: "I was just listening to Ariana Grande's new album, right? Great album. Love it.

"So I'm listening to it, and I come across this song. '34+45', right? Simple song.

"You're probably thinking the same as I am: simple song about the joy of maths - for the joy of adding two numbers together and, you know, [creating] a greater number, right? I think we can all agree that's something we can all enjoy. It's a very relatable thing, the joys of learning.

Ariana Grande. Credit: PA
Ariana Grande. Credit: PA
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"But I've crunched the numbers. I've crunched the numbers so you don't have to. And after, you know, doing my equations, I've realised 34+35 equals 69."

With a grin on his face, Capaldi continues: "She's talking about sh**ging! The song's about sh**ging! It's not about maths at all, it's about f***ingsh**ging.

"Here I am thinking she's a budding mathematician. She's talking about f***ingsh**ging. 69. Sh**ging."

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To prove his theory, Capaldi also delves into the actual lyrics of the song.

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Quoting the lines 'Know I keep it squeaky, yeah (know I keep it squeaky) / Saving up my energy (yeah, yeah, saving up my energy)' and 'Can you stay up all night? / F*** me 'til the daylight', Capaldi suggests that Grande's song could relate to the difficulty of solving a maths equation.

Credit: Instagram/Lewis Capaldi
Credit: Instagram/Lewis Capaldi
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"We've all been there," he says.

"We've all been there with maths from time to time. You're there, you're trying to work out an equation. It's quite difficult. I can't seem to add up. This 34+35 is quite a difficult one and it's f***ing me. I've been up all night trying to... with this equation on my mind. We've all been there."

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However, after thinking about it some more, he admits he knows the true meaning.

"But she's talking about sh**ging!" he adds.

"The beauty of music. A song that, on the surface, seems like a very innocent song about maths is actually a very dirty song about sex. Love-making."

Should anyone remain unconvinced by the theory, Capaldi said there was one very important reason why he knows what Grande really means.

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He says: "Do you know how I knew? I've had sex before."

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Lewis Capaldi

Topics: Entertainment, Celebrity, lewis capaldi, Music, Ariana Grande

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Jess Hardiman

Jess is a journalist at LADbible who graduated from Manchester University with a degree in Film Studies, English Language and Linguistics - indecisiveness at its finest, right there. She also works for FOODbible and its sister page Seitanists, which are both a safe haven for her to channel a love for homemade pasta, fennel and everything else in between. You can contact Jess at editorial@ladbible.com.