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Ariana Grande: Dangerous Woman Meaning

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Song Released: 2016


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Oh, yeah

Don't need permission
Made my decision to test my limits
'Cause it's my business, God as my witness
Start what I finished
Don't need no hold up
Taking control of this kind of moment
I'm locked and loaded
Completely focused, my...

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    anonymous
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    Sep 26th, 2016 9:20am report


    This is a beautiful song describing how every girl feels when they are with the right guy. That cute, sweet, well behaved and God fearing girl will turn into this empowering Dangerous Woman.. all she needs is than one boy.. Something about him makes her wanna do things that she shouldn't (as told by the society, since she is a good girl) And this doesn't mean she is bad. She is good. Her God knows that.
    The song also shows how aggressive and passionate girls are... like they show bad girls in films. It clearly establishes what every girl is underneath when it comes for love. Pj <3



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    anonymous
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    May 27th, 5:35pm report


    I think to have this song to record the song toward the company where the queen Elizabeth is. She works there but her husband Philip helped me and William find a manager who is helping us to do music he’s so nice, and he knows my family and so. He’s really incredible nice.



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    anonymous
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    Jan 22nd, 1:40am report


    I used to have this record but I’ve got into the recording label, but I’ve been busy, and stuff. My friend William helped me got in the studio, and Kate helped me with my headphones, accept my hair pulled back.



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    anonymous
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    Jul 8th, 2018 7:33pm report


    It’s about having unprotected sex.



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    anonymous
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    Jan 29th, 2018 1:56pm report


    Ariana is a dangerous woman when they have sex, and she is curious to try out new positions.

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    anonymous
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    Nov 26th, 2017 11:43pm report


    This song is inappropriate. It is about the singer having sex. Read the lyrics and you will see references that have some sexual content in them. I don't recommend this song for young girls.



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    anonymous
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    Mar 31st, 2016 3:06pm report


    This song is meant to be about developing the self-esteem into a positive female force, but who may be jumping the gun to soon for power that can turn on the Old Sexual perverts and the Hard-on's to get their rocks of on little girls that want power and to empower the dangerous side of the innocent girls on their life's journey that can influence them towards becoming powerful and ''demonically controlling figures'' to the point that the young man would be afraid she would become another evilly dangerous and witchy woman like a Hitlery Clinton and a Madeline Albright, warmonger blood sucking Zionistas that could and would cut off the family jewels off their man if she's ever double-crossed by them that could turn the ''Dangerous Woman'' role model like they became to corrupt and destroy the minds of the young and the innocent.




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