Fellas, quick! Grab a handful of chocolates, two dozen rose petals and take a seat.
This is Valentine's Day 101 with your teacher Andy Grammer, so listen up and be ready to take some notes.
The 33-year-old "Honey, I'm Good" singer knows exactly how to kill it on February 14 and he's about to share some hardcore wisdom with all of you.
Last week, Andy Grammer sat down with Elite Daily to discuss his song "Fresh Eyes" and the extremely adorable message behind it.
The star explained the song is all about "rediscovering love with someone you've been with for a while."
IS THAT TOO CUTE OR WHAT?
Andy's wife, Aijia, inspired the lyrics to the song, so clearly the two are head over heels in love.
YEAH, that means Andy is pretty damn romantic and knows how to steal a girl's heart.
Boys, I'm just gonna be blunt with you. "Fresh Eyes" is the perfect song to play for the special person in your life this Valentine's Day.
I'm single AF and probably dying alone, but after I heard the song, I wanted to make out with anything that moved.
It's romantic and beautiful and the words will make you feel things.
The chorus reads,
So suddenly I'm in love with a stranger I can't believe that she's mine Now all I see is you with fresh eyes, fresh eyes So suddenly I'm in love with a stranger I can't believe that she's mine, yeah And now all I see is you with fresh eyes, fresh eyes
*SWOON* I AM SOBBING, THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL.
Andy Grammer explained the song was originally written for his wife. He shared,
I originally wrote the song based off of a story with my wife, [she] woke up from a nap... started rapping Big Sean and I could see her from the other room and she woke up and was like 'I ain't... with you' and her hair was everywhere... I didn't even know [she] knew that song... and those are the moments that are really fun.
However, if you watch the music video, you'll see the song is also about something entirely different. Grammer explained,
We actually took a different twist for the video and we made it about giving makeovers to the homeless population in downtown Los Angeles, which is huge... there's over like 45,000 homeless people in Los Angeles.
So, does Andy have any Valentine's Day plans of his own? Well, he told PEOPLE,
I definitely can't write her a song, that's out.
LMAO, Andy is such a jokester. He added,
Probably with her, she wants to put the phone away for an extended period of time... A four-hour block of no phone – that's probably the best gift I can give her.
Sounds like a great present to me!
Be sure to check out Andy's music and share it with your loved ones this Valentine's Day. Happy crying, everyone!