This is a love song. Unapologetically, admittedly, and, more importantly: earnestly. The poetic verses give it away immediately—"Through drought and famine, natural disasters / My baby has been around for me / Kingdoms have fallen, archons be calling / None of that could ever make me leave—but not more so than Caesar's genuine, swoon-worthy wonder on the chorus (that comes in falsetto, no less): "Who would've thought I'd get you?" or the declarative advice he gives to listeners as it comes to a close: "If you've got someone you like / Feel something that's right / Somebody, just tell somebody." And all this over a neosoul-like bassline and hi-hat taps? We're through.