Alludes to Barthes' A Lover’s Discourse and the idea of our existence in the eye’s of an “other.”
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Not only is the Love Me song ridiculously misogynistic, but the video as well is a disturbing display of reducing women to animal-like properties.
refers to the anonymity and the masking of the women in the “Love Me” video
refers to the still of the women wiping the walls with blood from the “Love Me” video
refers to Love Me
refers to the blood bath still from the video: “Love Me”
A measure is the space in which musical notes are written. One can also measure the beats in a poem by a number of “feet.”
an archaic way of listening to music:
“hooks” occur in music; “breaks” occur in poetry
The word “mistake” occurred earlier as well and was edited out.