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Poll #1234386 Pop Song Psychology

Ignoring for the moment that in pop songs, everybody's crazy.... if you had to say that one of these young women was more comfortable in her sexuality, and alert to ethical issues, would it be...

...the narrator of The Waitresses' "I Know What Boys LIke"?
12(15.4%)
the narrator of Garbage's "Queer"?
45(57.7%)
yes
6(7.7%)
no
15(19.2%)

Ignoring for the moment that in pop songs, everybody's crazy.... which of these narrators has more extreme anger management issues?

the narrator of Veruca Salt's "Seether"
34(47.2%)
the narrator of Seether's "Remedy"
19(26.4%)
yes
6(8.3%)
no
13(18.1%)

Ignoring for the moment that in pop songs, everybody's crazy.... which has the bigger drug problem?

the narrator of Veruca Salt's "Seether"
18(24.3%)
the narrator of Seether's "Remedy"
31(41.9%)
yes
11(14.9%)
no
14(18.9%)

Which of these girls is dead?

John Hiatt, "Crossing Muddy Water"
3(4.0%)
Tom Petty, "American Girl"
22(29.3%)
Tom Waits, "How's it Gonna End?"
6(8.0%)
yes
16(21.3%)
no
10(13.3%)

Ticky?!

ticky!
27(31.0%)
ticky...
6(6.9%)
ticky?
4(4.6%)
ticky.
12(13.8%)
"ticky"
16(18.4%)
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