Talk:Government Hooker

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Upon request, hit this. Comments:

  • Left a tag and a comment in-line that need to be resolved.
  • Given the alleged link to Kennedy/Monroe, the relevant lyric should be included.
  • I suggest removing the material on her award for BTW, since that is a different song. I didn't make that change.
  • Rather than listing the kinds of themes ("the song fuses political themes with ideas of feminism and sexual dominance") list what they actually are. What political themes? What ideas? What is meant by "sexual dominance"?
  • Did the DJs invent the beat or the melody? I thought that the two terms referred to different song elements.
Cheers. Lfstevens (talk) 04:21, 23 July 2012 (UTC)

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