At 3/16/09 09:27 PM, Twilight95 wrote:
Well fuck me in the ass, I didn't even get that the first few times I heard this song.
After reading replies to the YouTube video, it's safe to say that you aren't the only one. And for a song that's public to children on the radio, I'd say the Parents Television Council has a fair case this time.
At 3/16/09 09:39 PM, STEM wrote:
So who do we blame? Britney? The people who put all their money into making Britney media-hyped? The parents who don't want their kids having sex?
The person who came up with the lyrics and didn't stop it from entering the ears of innocent children.
At 3/16/09 10:01 PM, Aci6 wrote:
That's odd but all a coincidence. The people trying to get it off the radio are obviously idiots, giving it publicity and bringing it to attention will just get people more and more into it.
As SevenSeize and Techno explain before, it was obviously done on purpose. As for the extra publicity, yeah that was another issue that was overlooked. o well
At 3/16/09 09:31 PM, SupJD wrote:
"This video is not available in your country."
What's the name of the track so I can search for it myself?
The Song is titled "If You Seek Amy"