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The song is about JFK assassination. The driver of the car he was assassinated in's name was Samuel Kickin. (Kickin in the fortn seat, sittin in the back seat...). The assassination occured on a Friday and when he was shot the Secret Service yelled at Jackie Kennedy to "get down" (got to get down on friday). Parts about the cold war and the spread of communism are referenced (everybody's Russian) and to top it all off, in the hotel that morning JFK declidned a breakfast of sausage, eggs and toast for a bowl of Bran Flakes instead (got to have my bowl- got to have my cereal). Also the following Monday JFK was supposed to sign a bill into law requiring all public schools to provide buss transportation for their students (Got to catch my bus...)
Originally posted by YourPopRock
I never saw that reading of it in regards to JFK, but it fits perfectly.
Is this possibly some kind of illuminati communication device? Is there a prophetic formula woven into the song?
Originally posted by 0zzymand0s
reply to post by YourPopRock
It's going to be my birthday. I know this because of the Beatles song by the same name, and also because I was born on that day.
Originally posted by keepithush
She came from a viral marketing campaign, a PR stunt, it worked.
Pretty much like you, you clearly support her with your animated gif and plug for the video.
Congratulations, now you know.
Oh I see the BIG Earthquake predictions for good Friday are in here too, even though as I keep saying its the most predictable prediction to predict of all and would be merely coincidence I see little reason to actually listen to the advertised song to mush my brain with amateur song writing and cheap bubblegum pop aimed at morons, I guess I am a moron for helping promote this topic which is little more than part of the viral marketing ploy anyway.
Although I call a spade a spade, its cheap tacky music for people of little intelligence and people who give music artists any sort of credibility or take rubbish lyrics and twist them into something beyond simply meaningless barrage of rhymes needs to question their own gullibility on being a victim of sales scams, when you point a finger there are 3 fingers pointing back and a thumb pointing into a random non-relevant place, unless you give it relevance.
I'll let you work out what that means, maybe you will find it means I am an illuminati messenger from outer space.
The sheer amount of desperate pleas and barrage of posts by YOUR POP ROCK to try and get people to find meaning in this song is so transparently either a gullible fool who fell hook, line and sinker for a viral video or simply what I suspect to be a part of the marketing team.
And posting the lyrics did me a favour of not having to prove my point by sitting through the horrible cheap song, thanks, I can now see clearly it is definitely as I described, badly written with no meaning, nor hidden message nor any skill, nor any value.
Maybe you should youtube search Whigfield Saturday night, maybe its a clue to something that will happen on Saturday?edit on 22-4-2011 by keepithush because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by om5628
a few random things I think might be worth noticing:
The days of the week are named after the 7 classical planets: Friday is Venus, Saturday is Saturn, Sunday is the Sun and Thursday is Jupiter. 7 am may also refer to the 7 planets (en.wikipedia.org...). So I wonder if this songs is about astrological alignments.
One possible hypothesis is that the girl and the black guy together represent an object that comes back to the Solar system and "sees" his/her friends again. Notice how the video starts with her waking up [from a dormant state], emerging from chaotic home [Oort belt?] and then taking a car, i.e. lane [orbit]. The black guy is also talking about cars in lanes.
The girl in a car together with 4 of her friends may mean she's in the same astrological house as 4 other planets. So it maybe worth checking when Venus, Saturn, Jupiter and the Sun are going to be together placed in the same house in the near future. Or if any black Friday in the near future has 4 classical planets placed in the same house.
The black Friday can also really refer (as suggested in earlier posts) to the last Friday before Christmas. According to Wikipedia this is the black Friday that refers to partying: en.wikipedia.org...(partying). But this could also mean the the alignment Friday can be a partying Friday like the black Friday before Christmas.
The girl's decision about which seat to take could be a choice between "kicking" some friend out of orbit (violent behavior) or taking the available seat at the back (peaceful behavior). The words of the black guy seem also to refer to the same:
"I'm drivin', cruisin' (Yeah, yeah)
Fast lanes, switchin' lanes
Wit' a car up on my side (Woo!)
(C'mon) Passin' by is a school bus in front of me
Makes tick tock, tick tock, wanna scream
Check my time, it's Friday, it's a weekend
We gonna have fun, c'mon, c'mon, y'all"