The song is more about the music industry than anything else. Anjulie refers to "looking for a label and a little clean danger" as a teenager in New York but balked at the approach ("stranger feelin' up my body, told me I could be somebody"). Though she says "I still want to be the leader of the fuckin' free world," she sings about her new philosophy in the chorus: "Better admit/ It don't mean shit/ If you can't stand behind the music." It's a nice anthem and shows that her new direction is likely to be a multifaceted one, even if the message is hardly a new one.
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