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911
Lady Gaga Lyrics


Turning up emotional faders
Keep repeating self-hating phrases
I have heard enough of these voices
Almost like I have no choice

This is biological stasis
My mood's shifting to manic places
Wish I laughed and kept the good friendships
Watch life, here I go again

I can't see me cry
Can't see me cry, ever again (ooh)
I can't see me cry
Can't see me cry this is the end (ooh)

My biggest enemy is me
Pop a 911
My biggest enemy is me
Pop a 911
My biggest enemy is me
Ever since day one
Pop a 911
Then pop another one

Keep my dolls inside diamond boxes
Save them till I know I'm gon' drop this
Front I've built around me, oasis
Paradise is in my hand
Holding on so tight to this status
It's not real but I'll try to grab it
Keep myself in beautiful places
Paradise is in my hands

I can't see me cry
Can't see me cry ever again (ooh)
I can't see me cry
Can't see me cry this is the end (ooh)

My biggest enemy is me
Pop a 911
My biggest enemy is me
Pop a 911
My biggest enemy is me
Ever since day one
Pop a 911
Then pop another one
(Pop another one)
Pop a 911
Then pop another one

I can't see me cry
Can't see me cry ever again (ooh)
I can't see me cry
Can't see me cry this is the end (ooh)

My biggest enemy is me
Pop a 911
My biggest enemy is me
Pop a 911
My biggest enemy is me
Ever since day one
Pop a 911
Then pop another one

Please patch the line
Please patch the line
Need a 911, can you patch the line
Please patch the line
Please patch the line
Need a 911, can you patch the line

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: Hugo Pierre Leclercq, Justin Drew Tranter, Michael Tucker, Stefani J. Germanotta

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Most interesting comments from YouTube:

Jane Kelly

So when you use other people's work that they've created with THEIR talent and THEIR brain, imagination, you at least have to have some decency to pay respect to that person and give them the credit they DESERVE.

This is a video which CLEARLY uses the scenes from Sergei Paradjanov's film called "The Color of Pomegranates" (based on poems of Sayat-Nova - a greatly appreciated musician, poet armenian culture (google that, if you need to educate yourself on this. Judging by the number of likes - a bunch of people DO need that).

It talks about armenian culture, heritage and history.

Parajanov was a genius soviet filmmaker of armenian descent, a world-renowned talent alongside Tarkovsky, Scorsese and others.
His work is to this day studied in universities and considered to be masterpieces (very few filmmakers managed to develop their own unique "language" when making a film.

He did a lot for his art, was in labour camps for his views in the soviet era, had to work in a country with severe censorship.

And, most importantly, he did a lot for his people and has a tremendous legacy around the globe.

This lady is now earning money off of HIS hard work and talent.

In other words, this is yet another example of CULTURAL APPROPRIATION.

Remember this when this person gets another award and will be praised for her aka "imagination" and what not.

It takes literally 2 braincells to steal other's work.
But the gag is...you need to have some smarts to pull that off too, whuch is not the case in the video above.

Don't make mockery of other ethnicities' culture and legacy.
And sure as hell - don't make money off of that.
Give people the credit that they deserve.
Create your own, don't steal other's.

Tip of the day:

Hold your "idols" accountable and don't normalise this type of shitty behavior.

Peace



Jane Kelly

So when you use other people's work that they've created with THEIR talent and THEIR brain, imagination, you at least have to have some decency to pay respect to that person and give them the credit they DESERVE.

This is a video which CLEARLY uses the scenes from Sergei Paradjanov's film called "The Color of Pomegranates" (based on poems of Sayat-Nova - a greatly appreciated musician, poet armenian culture (google that, if you need to educate yourself on this. Judging by the number of likes - a bunch of people DO need that).

It talks about armenian culture, heritage and history.

Parajanov was a genius soviet filmmaker of armenian descent, a world-renowned talent alongside Tarkovsky, Scorsese and others.
His work is to this day studied in universities and considered to be masterpieces (very few filmmakers managed to develop their own unique "language" when making a film.

He did a lot for his art, was in labour camps for his views in the soviet era, had to work in a country with severe censorship.

And, most importantly, he did a lot for his people and has a tremendous legacy around the globe.

This lady is now earning money off of HIS hard work and talent.

In other words, this is yet another example of CULTURAL APPROPRIATION.

Remember this when this person gets another award and will be praised for her aka "imagination" and what not.

It takes literally 2 braincells to steal other's work.
But the gag is...you need to have some smarts to pull that off too, whuch is not the case in the video above.

Don't make mockery of other ethnicities' culture and legacy.
And sure as hell - don't make money off of that.
Give people the credit that they deserve.
Create your own, don't steal other's.

Tip of the day:

Hold your "idols" accountable and don't normalise this type of shitty behavior.

Peace



Kyle Pomana

Turning up emotional faders
Keep repeating self-hating phrases
I have heard enough of these voices
Almost like I have no choice
This is biological stasis
My mood's shifting to manic places
Wish I laughed and kept the good friendships
Watch life, here I go again
I can't see me cry
Can't see me cry ever again (ooh)
I can't see me cry
Can't see me cry
This is the end (ooh)
My biggest enemy is me, pop a 911
My biggest enemy is me, pop a 911
My biggest enemy is me
Ever since day one
Pop a 911, then pop another one
Keep my dolls inside diamond boxes
Save them 'til I know I'm gon' drop this front
I've built around me, oasis
Paradise is in my hand
Holding on so tight to this status
It's not real but I'll try to grab it
Keep myself in beautiful places
Paradise is in my hands
I can't see me cry
Can't see me cry ever again (ooh)
I can't see me cry
Can't see me cry
This is the end (ooh)
My biggest enemy is me, pop a 911
My biggest enemy is me, pop a 911
My biggest enemy is me
Ever since day one
Pop a 911 then pop another one
P-pop another one (ooh)
Pop a 911 then pop another one (ooh)
I can't see me cry
Can't see me cry ever again (ooh)
I can't see me cry
Can't see me cry
This is the end (ooh)
My biggest enemy is me, pop a 911
My biggest enemy is me, pop a 911
My biggest enemy is me
Ever since day one
Pop a 911 then pop another one
Please patch the line
Please patch the line
Need a 911, can you patch the line?
Please patch the line
Please patch the line
Need a 911, can you patch the line?



La Mapo

REFERENCIAS VISUALES: Waooo!!!! Que increíble trabajo artístico como colocaron todas las referencias de lo que estaba ocurriendo en la alucinación para que una vez viendo el final pudiésemos interpretarlo luego de verlo una segunda vez, y vaya surrealismo que al verlo la primera vez me dije ¿pero esto que es? y vaya sorpresa:
0:18 la chica en el sitio del accidente con la bicicleta y las granadas en el suelo desperdigadas, haciendo referencias tal vez a perséfone cuando se adentra al inframundo al comerlas, el manto rojo cegándola, pérdida de la consciencia tal vez...
0:27 la tobillera roja que es su lesión en la pierna tras el accidente.
0:33 el caballo y el jinete la guía tal vez por este mundo surrealista que es completamente diferente al real; acá es de día el accidente es de noche.
0:45 el chico que ha chocado y que se repite el shock de verlo golpear el volante una y otra vez, sentimiento de culpa.
0:54 los presentes que juzgan y ven desde la distancia
1:06 la mujer que ha perdido a alguien en el accidente, es decir, lo representan como un muñeco de trapo, sin vida.
1:08 la referencias de que tal vez están colocándole oxigeno y sintiendo si hay lesiones en el cuello o el pulso?
1:17 los paramédicos que están llegando.
1:29 referencia a la balanza de la justicia, y como una vida tal vez pese mas una que la otra, una persona se va y otra que que se queda.
1:34 los paramédicos atendiendo a los demás pacientes
1:58 la enfermera iluminando sus ojos (se repite en varias ocasiones) ¿para buscar la conciencia?
2:01 ella perdiendo la conciencia y alejándose cada vez mas del plano terrenal y los enfermeros trayéndola de vuelta a la vida.
2:28 el paramédico tratando su tobillo herido y preparándose para darle respiración boca a boca
2:45 la serpiente es probablemente el vía para tratamiento sanguíneo, ella siendo atendida y viendo a través de los dibujos en la pared la realidad, el paramédico haciéndole masaje cardio pulmonar
3:04 es colocada en la camilla para estabilizarla
3:15 las navajas con los desfibriladores y todos los personajes en el inframundo la invitan a regresar a la vida
3:32 el miedo y la desesperación de morir.

Lo demás ya lo vimos, esta es mi apreciación amé el video y todas las referencias, me encantaria ver sus interpretaciones!!! ♥



Daniel Sheridan

This music video is so stunning. The colours, costumes, direction, cinematic references, cinematic techniques, narrative and more: beautiful.

Gaga in the video experiences this visual feast as a means of processing and making sense of a traumatic event. Everything she sees connects and is paralleled by the events revealed at the end of the video: the silhouetted El-Topo-esque man on the horse shown in a billboard advertisement; the Armenian film festival explaining the art direction of the near death experience dream; the man hitting his head against the pillow aka the man in the car who would have hit his head against the steering wheel in the crash (one of the last visceral images Gaga would have seen before blacking out); the two people who descend from the sky aka the paramedics who fly onto the scene in the helicopter and tend to the injured with emergency blankets, checking vitals and performing CPR; people taking selfies and photos; the weeping woman with the dead man; the ladder and firemen; the burst hydrant; the snake and the cross; the brace on Gaga’s ankle; the man with the oxygen mask: the mirrored light aka the torch for checking vitals; references to CPR (which in the dream Gaga refuses as she is hesitant to live again) etc etc.

All while during this near-death-dream Gaga’s soul tries to float away into the sky but the paramedic characters bring her back down, ultimately bringing her back to life.

There is a beautiful melding of mental health/trauma/ptsd and physical trauma. The accident very much is a metaphor for experiencing an episode, and her battles with ptsd, mental health and chronic pain. She says “I didn’t have my pills”, but through all the pain and trauma she still says “I don’t want to die”. Powerful, raw, artistic and beautiful. ❤️

Congrats to Lady Gaga, Tarsem Singh and the entire team who worked on this piece of art. ❤️❤️❤️



All comments from YouTube:

Billy Styler

That ending completely caught me off guard. Incredible video

Patric Peters

@coco butter United 😮k

Jordyn Milz

@SUPERMegaGaGaTV Vb.

Lipi Mehta

⁷8

laterzhaterz lmfao

@Hmayak Dilanyan all of what? Which war are you talking about?

laterzhaterz lmfao

@PETER RUIZ what does making a good music video have to do with making good music? I mean obviously in this case it's great music and a great video but it isn't always like that 🤔

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vinicius_

Lady Gaga com certeza será sempre um ícone do POP

Izael Oliver

Se o clipe de 911 já é essa obra prima, imagina como seria o de Babylon se ela lançasse

Little Monster

Seria icônico

Antonio Ortiz

Lady Gaga es la única artista cuyos vídeos musicales son dignos de ser vistos en los cines.

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