Talk:Janie's Got a Gun
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A question about the video
Halfway through the video, did anyone ever figure out what she was spelling with the papers and stuff, after she shot him? This was just before the chorus came back a 2nd or 3rd time and they showed her running. I've never been able to make it out.
==She's spelling out 'lost'
this video is sooooo confusing! are her father and the detective investigating the case the SAME GUY? some sort of artistic thing, e.g. good family man cop with daughter pondering perv dad "...that could just as well be me"?
really creepy when he wraps the blanket around her at the end -- is that some sort of "come home, baby" moment, i.e. parallel outcome where she HADN'T killed him, and she's right back in the mess she ran away from?
Brains & Education
Tell us all: who wrote this phrase and what does it mean? 'The song is about a girl who fucks a man in her bed revenge on her father after being sexually abused'. You bleedin' morons.
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BetacommandBot 08:30, 30 August 2007 (UTC)
Does it make sense to compare this to Millie_Pulled_a_Pistol_on_Santa/Keepin'_the_Faith, a song by De La Soul with similar lyrical themes?
80's or 90's?
Can we regard this song as a 80's or 90's song? It is on VH1's 100 Greatest Songs of 80's list and, Billboard 1990 Year-End List. The songs that released on November-December always confuse me. --22.214.171.124 (talk) 19:25, 17 August 2011 (UTC)