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  1. shes feeling sassy...she said "fuck you hard" and did the cocaine thing on "let's go get high"
  2. at least the big video screens are synced with the audio this time
  3. yeah, only like 3 minutes into a show that is 40 minutes late is so awkward
  4. I wonder if we'll get a different second outfit this time
  5. The more I think about this...the more I think this "visualizer" is the video itself. "going to be giving meta black dahlia with a where do we go from here ending" what is more meta black dahlia than an artist's work being cut short before it could be realized? if this was the full/only video to be released it would tie in with the life of the black dahlia being cut short before she got to release films, etc. as far as the "where do we go from here ending" - are we living it already by wondering and hoping for a video that is never going to come? perhaps her statement at the end: "in case they said I never did anything, I did. I stood here and I sang it" could be a parallel to people dismissing the black dahlia as being a true actress because she didn't have recognizable credits? Because she unfortunately never got the chance to live long enough and continue pursuing her dreams? I may be reading into things way too much, and I will admit that I don't know much about the black dahlia. Just what I read on Wikipedia along with general cultural knowledge. I look forward to a full video if one comes; however, Lana really is quite poetic and philosophical and I would not be shocked if this visualizer was the full story she wishes to tell here. I hope that makes sense edit to add: is this what BOZ can't talk about till 2025
  6. You could check with Barnes & Noble at the Grove, I know they had copies the last time she was in Interview magazine. Sorry if you already thought of that and it's not helpful
  7. Guys, if she says it's Jimmy Jimmy Cocoa Puff, then that's what it is. I really don't see why she'd joke? She has clarified lyrics that fans have asked about before. IMO, it makes 1000% more sense for her to be referencing a Nelly song ("Country Grammar") because it would have been a popular song/was released in 2000 when she was in high school. There is a quote where Lana talks about being 15 years old during boarding school, and her teacher introduced her to hip-hop, Tupac, Biggie Smalls, etc. It's quite likely she was listening to Nelly too. To be fair, cocoa puff is also referencing ko ko bop, just in a more roundabout way. It's like a game of telephone: Shimmy Shimmy Koko Bop (Little Anthony & the Imperials 1959) Shimmy Shimmy Cocoa Puff (Nelly 2000) Jimmy Jimmy Cocoa Puff (Lana 2023) I'm sorry to be so adamant, but I'm a Cocoa Puff Truther, and I don't think it makes sense to be discounting the answer that came right from Lana's mouth (or keyboard)
  8. @mkultraviolence I really love your analysis, thank you for sharing
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