Britney Spears Song If U Seek Amy Much More Profane Than Previously Thought
on 2/1/2009 (12)
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While thinly veiled profanity is hardly but anything novel in the music industry, Britney Spears new hit single 'If U Seek Amy' may pose more problems for radio censors due to its not so subtle sexual innuendo than anyone previously thought, according to Rolling Stone pop music pundit Starla Whorl. Whorl explains.
"If you listen to the song a few times, you kinda sorta hear the 'F' word used in a surreptitiously suggestive manner, but there's alot more to it than that. Our engineers played the song backwards, and found even more."
Whorl took a transcript from her desk and unfolded it like an origami chimichanga
"What reads 'Baby baby, have you seen Amy tonight. Is she in the bathroom, is she smokin' up outside', played backwards, sounds like 'Asian noodle, can I lick your apple strudel, lickity splits, bubble gum nips, salty, salty salty balls!', and
'Love me hate me, say what you want about me, but all of the boys and all of the girls are begging to if you seek Amy' translates into 'Masturbator, I'm your orange navel, but all of their nuts are stuck to my butt, candy nutroll, chocolate caramel butthole!"
Whorl softly placed the transcript down, tipped her trendy reading glasses to the nape of her nose and stared ahead stonily
"As you can see, there's more profanity in this song than in 3 seconds from any given Jay Zee video, but so what? I mean, sex sells, Brit is still sexy, so I say run with it. If you don't like it, change the station. That's what we all say"
No word is out how local radio stations plan to censor If U Seek Amy, if it all, but Whorl quipped "if you censor it, people will flock to the Internet to view the unedited version on YouTube, so what's the point...err...or maybe that was the point.
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