Great analysis. The song is sexy when sung by two people of the same gender. (Yeah, I get it; the abuse potential is the same.) It's charmer, and when two men or two women sing it, the wolf aspect is diminished. Just my two cents, but affixing "rapey" to this iconic, cozy, willing-seduction ditty, is at best a misuse of our sociopolitical fervor. I said, "just my opinion," didn't I?