Intimacy goes beyond carnal craving for the rest of the song, though it's not ignored in lines like, "I can make it nice and naughty / Be the devil and angel, too / Got a heart and soul and body." Paris is critical of these desires, hinting at being fooled in the past: "Some people never get beyond their stupid pride / But you can see the real me inside."
Hilton breathes her way through the song, delivering the lyrics with a lackadaisical sex-kitten vocal performance -- one directly echoing the baby-talk voice she used while acting on The Simple Life, the "that's hot" inflections that made her famous. In 2006, critics saw it as a tactic to hide the fact that Paris couldn't actually sing instead of what it actually was: acting on behalf of her brand on every level to keep the sound alive. Funny enough, the breathy quality of "Stars Are Blind" and most of Paris as a whole influenced future records from Lana Del Rey and her ilk. The music video, too, feels like Tumblr culture a decade early -- it's shot entirely in black and white and in slow motion, as if Paris is posing for GIFs.