Britney Spears can, like, never be accused of making music you can't or don't want to dance to. That's her specialty, her stock-in-trade. But most of her songs have the emotional depth of a rain puddle, since they are meant to stimulate the body before the mind. That is, until she delivered 'Perfume,' a heartfelt ballad where the narrator's insecurities get the best of her. We're breaking down the meaning of 'Perfume' and its lyrics.