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What's the meaning of this sentence: "You keep both my hands above the blanket when the lights out?"?

I'm wondering what's the link between "you keep both my hands above the blanket" and "when the lights out". I can't explain these two sentences in one line, 'cause I'm not sure I get the point about the second part. Please, could somebody explain me the whole meaning, thanks a lot!)

No funny stuff. Refers to doing something in appropriate when there's an opportunity. Like a guy trying to feel a girls body once she can't see where his hands are.

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