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Person Of Interest

From the Album Person Of Interest
November 15, 2011 | Format: MP3

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Honestly.

In all seriousness, this isn't an awful song, like Friday, so if you're looking for that, save your money. She's improved vocally, though she still has a weird metallic twang at times. The lyrics are ridiculous, but enjoyably so. It got into my head, which is why I bought it. Might be fun for tweens or people who want to horrify their friends with the presence of a Rebecca Black song on their iPod.

Me, I kinda like it. It's catchy. No masterpiece, but certainly the best thing Rebecca Black's put out.
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Ms Black's follow up song to "my moment" is intriguing in many more ways than her preceding musical prowess. Lets break it down shall we.

When you talk, I listen, I like that
When you listen, I smile and I like that
Why you lookin', lookin' at me just like that?
I like that
I like that

This would be a disposition of the unconscious battle with an undeveloped psychoanalytic archetype screaming to get out. The representative of "that wholeness which the introspective philosophy of all times has characterized with an inexhaustible variety of symbols, names and concepts". As far as Jungian Psychology goes "the archetype is the introspectively recognizable form of a priori psychic orderliness". Of course she likes it, it reinforces the conscious mind while suppressing the shadow self. She claim's to be "listening" when in fact she ignoring the true self. Ms. Black of course realizes this is part of the journey and embraces the conscious mind in order to truly understand the unconscious.

There's a crime scene on the dance floor
Ring the alarm
Police tape on the front door
And you are

Well now we see her regrets and thoughts as she believes them to be a crime. While the crime is a metaphor it is great one for the journey she is taking. The alarm has been rung, the crime is in evidence due to the use of the "police tape". Here lies the regrets of undeveloped recognition unconscious mind. The first part of the journey is to accept the true self; not the ego but truth that lies within the unconscious, thus the use of the lyric "are you there?".

Tabula rasa is the epistemological theory that individuals are born without built-in mental content and that their knowledge comes from experience and perception.
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Good purchase, Easy dowload! I love how I bought it with my amazon credit from trading in mytext books. Great education that also gives me great music....love it!!!!!
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