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  1. i'm honestly in love with the instrumental, and the way her cadence swings from sweetness to fucking schizophrenia. the audio companion was a genius move https://vimeo.com/442223554
  2. ... what other kind of narcissism is there? colloquial? even then, it had to branch from somewhere lmao. feel free to assume what you wish about me lol if only you knew
  3. the DSM is a mere guideline; there’s no rigidity in psychiatry whatsoever. it’s ironic because I agree that it shouldn’t be used as a strict diagnostic tool. my point was that @wittycatchphrase’s interpretation of the lyrics don’t even fall within those guidelines; not even loosely. my advice? don’t be so rude and dramatic with such little information — judgement has no place in any field of medicine. it won’t get you very far in life either
  4. what you described is basically just depression and self destructive ruminations. none of that even remotely describes clinical narcissism though they might have basic (or tangential) elements of psychiatric or pathologic overlap. grab a DSM-V boo and regarding the contrast with the pink dresses? ... umm you’re welcome to think that, but don’t for a moment believe that everyone else needs to be drawing that conclusion lmao again, it’s referencing a real situation involving real (and genuinely narcissistic) people. must i really write more? i can a bit later if you’d like oh. ok
  5. no, i’m serious — what does the lyric mean to you? I think once you attempt to write it out yourself you’ll start to feel the fractures in logic she allowed to be literal lmao. maybe the issue is that you’re unable to distinguish what should (or shouldn’t) be taken as such
  6. ... can you remind me what you think it means again ... ? you’re choosing idealism over realism. both have their place in music but one doesn’t exist without the other. in my opinion, these lyrics call for (and reference) a real situation, with real people. it doesn’t seem to call for an abstract interpretation. of course, none of us can know with total certainty. so to say with emphasis and authority that it ‘isnt’ about azealia is sort of inappropriate without any receipts
  7. why racist? drawing or referencing stereotypes isn't racist. her narcissism has nothing to do with being black -- its a simple signifier
  8. its not. which is likely why it was deemed as simple artistic license by her management. stretching it, perhaps, but within the realms nonetheless the fact that it was preceded by 'shaking my ass' is pretty significant -- there's no denying that, is there? she knew where our minds would go and she left it there for a reason
  9. not all art has to be tasteful. especially when the situation doesn't call for taste i don't 'WANT' it to be about azealia or kanye. but its a pretty substantial reach to suggest otherwise. referring to your inner shadow as 'THAT black narcissist' is beyond ridiculous - in a poetic and semantic sense. there's very little logic to that interpretation and its not at all similar to art deco. this situation isn't vague. and it isn't out of context, considering how the lyrics (and themes) tend to meander. it reads as more of a stream of consciousness, and its likely that azealia was in her mind. it isn't 'beneath' her if azealia were honestly in her thoughts during the process. to edit her out just because she's 'lana del rey' would be pretentious and inauthentic
  10. lmao ‘innocent color’ ... we’re not going to reach an agreement so what’s the point. neither of us will know the truth until (or if) she chooses to address it. no, but really, it’s another example regarding her will (if not desire) to be controversial
  11. what’s the difference? my point is she’s passionate about her personal affairs and petty enough to dedicate the entirety of a song to it. a single line (that would generate buzz) is hardly a stretch the line could be read or interpreted in countless ways. the fact of the matter is, Lana is a fucking troll and she knows how people would see it. this discussion would probably have the bitch cackling
  12. umm it’s possible to record new lyrics isn’t it ? like i feel it’s a farther reach to suggest that this isn’t somehow about azealia. regardless, it will be interpreted as such lmao referring to your darker self as a ‘black narcissist’ is a flimsy (and retarded) allusion. especially in conjunction with the preceding line
  13. ‘that narcissist’ could literally mean anyone in Hollywood. or on the planet. short of calling her by name, there’s really few other ways to identify her blatantly in the span of a short lyric. we all know she wants to be slightly cuntroversial here. there’s added weight and effect in the way it’s written the lyrics are gorgeous. random musings (and abstractions) throughout her days of writing it and there’s nothing wrong with that. no story to search for but there’s not always a need for one either
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