Singer Adam Lambert has clarified comments he made in a recent Rolling Stone interview about marriage.

The 29-year-old Lambert said that he “never considered marriage before. But now that I am, I can't do it.”

Most outlets, including On Top Magazine, took the comment to mean that he lamented the fact that he could not marry boyfriend Sauli Koskinen in his home state of California where voters narrowly approved Proposition 8 in 2008.

And while California recognizes gay couples with domestic partnerships, the union falls short of marriage.

Rolling Stone described the track Outlaws of Love, which is included in Trespassing, Lambert's upcoming second studio album, as a “smoldering serenade about gay marriage” and then attributed the quote to Lambert.

On Wednesday, Lambert denied that he and Koskinen were altar bound.

“I'm Not considering marriage … Lol,” the tweeted to his nearly 1.2 million followers. “Think what I MEANT was: 'even if I WAS to consider it, it wouldn't be an option (in so many states)”

“Friends are asking me questions. 'huh?' haha. If I didn't ramble so much in interviews, my points would probably be clearer,” he added moments later.