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Rosalía dedicates her ‘temazo’ to the one who made her so many evils and asks that «God forbid me to return to your side». The Catalan takes refuge in her friends to forget the breakup. «Look how easy I’m going to tell you, this motomami is no longer for you». A lyric that speaks of heartbreak from the feminine power.

An ex whose name is unknown inspired this Adele album, of which «Rolling In The Deep» is considered one of the strongest revenge songs ever written. Passionately singing about her pain and letting her ex know that she should not be underestimated.

After her split from Carey Hart, Pink wrote this revenge song. There are several references to their relationship in the song in which she soars, enjoys her career and lets her ex know that he couldn’t handle her. This song became a message to other women, as well as becoming one of the best revenge songs of all time.

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The discography of Taylor Swift, American singer of country and pop genres,[1] consists of ten studio albums, three live albums, two EPs, seventeen compilation albums, fifty-two singles – forty-five as lead artist and six soundtrack singles – fourteen promotional, nine collaborations, forty-four music videos – forty as lead artist and four as guest artist – and one video album.[1] The label Big Machine Records distributed her recording material from 2006 until it ended in 2018.[1] The label Big Machine Records distributed her recording material from 2006 until it ended in 2018.[1] Taylor Swift is the first female singer to be released on the Big Machine label.

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Among his verses we can hear verses like «But I’ve learned the lesson that stressin’ / And obsessin’ ‘bout somebody else is no fun / And snakes and stones never broke my bones» or «Why are you mad? / When you could be GLAAD?» making a play on words between «glad» and «GLAAD,» a non-profit organization whose acronym refers to the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation.

Beyond the lyrics, the video clip and all the LGBT personalities that appear in it, what makes it a real anthem for the collective is the message that appears at the end of the video, where Taylor Swift makes a petition to her fans to direct their signatures to the Senate for the approval of the Equality Act: «Let’s show our pride by asking that, at a national level, our laws treat all its citizens equally».

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