Whether you choose to believe it or not, nearly 10 damn years have passed since Katy Perry dropped her new wave-y superhit "I Kissed a Girl."

In a new interview with Glamour, Perry looked back on the track ahead of its 10th anniversary in April and revealed the changes she would make if writing it now. "I think we've really changed, conversationally, in the past 10 years," she said. "We've come a long way. Bisexuality wasn't as talked about back then, or any type of fluidity. If I had to write that song again, I probably would make an edit on it."

Specifically, Perry added, she would amend the lyrics to get rid of stereotypes. "Lyrically, you know, it has a couple of stereotypes in it," she explained. "Your mind changes so much in 10 years, and you grow so much. You know, what's true for you can evolve."

Perry's comments are part of a longer YouTube clip from Glamour in which she reacts to multiple fan interpretations of select cuts from her discography. The full 17-minute video, including the "I Kissed a Girl" portion at the 8:23 mark, can be found below. 

Perry is currently on the road in support of last year's Witness, her fifth album. After closing out the last of her February dates at Rogers Arena in Vancouver with Carly Rae Jepsen, Perry will take Witness around the world with stops in Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Tokyo, Jakarta, Mexico City, Amsterdam, Paris, and more.