And a little more on “Fuck You”

From the blog of Natalia Cecire at UC Berkeley: (via Philip Nel)

“This is perhaps the best use of puerility I’ve seen in a while, and like some of Mark Twain’s funniest rants, it’s characterized by an unusual energy, a full-fledgedness that’s hilarious, in part, because it’s so very cute–an impotent, multidirectional, adorable rage. This is how the song manages to be intense and light at the same time, angry and hilarious–like some of Twain’s less sporting pot-shots at the literary lights of a previous generation. It’s indulgent, childishly so, and that’s what makes it appealing.”

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