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It was released on March 10, , by Jive Records as the third single of the album, chosen by a poll on Spears's official website. In the song, Spears is looking for a woman named Amy in a club, and although it appears to be about sex, it is actually about how society perceives her life. Musically, "If U Seek Amy" makes use of instruments such as keyboards and timpani. After its release, "If U Seek Amy" caused controversy in Anglophone nations for the euphemism and lyrical content, along with the fact that if pronounced in certain accents and dialects , "If U Seek Amy" could be thought of as a double entendre that is interpreted as " F-U-C-K Me " which led to the Parents Television Council PTC threatening to file indecency complaints against any radio station that played the song during daytime. It was also her third single from Circus to reach the top twenty in her homeland. The music video for "If U Seek Amy" begins with a parody of an America's Newsroom report by Megyn Kelly and portrays Spears at a sex party that takes place at her house. Towards the end, she changes into conservative housewife clothes and opens the front door with her family while paparazzi take pictures of them. It references some of her previous music videos such as " Critics noted the similarities with her past work and also compared it to the film Eyes Wide Shut. It was also performed as part of the revamped set list of Spears' Las Vegas residency show, Britney: Piece of Me —
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It was released on March 10, , by Jive Records as the third single of the album, chosen by a poll on Spears's official website. In the song, Spears is looking for a woman named Amy in a club, and although it appears to be about sex, it is actually about how society perceives her life. Musically, "If U Seek Amy" makes use of instruments such as keyboards and timpani. After its release, "If U Seek Amy" caused controversy in Anglophone nations for the euphemism and lyrical content, along with the fact that if pronounced in certain accents and dialects, "If U Seek Amy" could be thought of as a double entendre that is interpreted as "F-U-C-K Me" which led to the Parents Television Council PTC threatening to file indecency complaints against any radio station that played the song during daytime. It was also her third single from Circus to reach the top twenty in her homeland. Britney Jean Spears born December 2, is an American recording artist and entertainer. Born in McComb, Mississippi, and raised in Kentwood, Louisiana, she began performing as a child, landing acting roles in stage productions and television shows. She signed with Jive Records in and released her debut album Baby One More Time in , which became the best-selling album by a teenage solo artist. During her first decade in the music industry, she became a prominent figure in mainstream popular music and popular culture, followed by a much-publicized personal life.

Missing lyrics by Britney Spears?

La, la, la, la, la, la, la, la La, la, la, la, la, la, la, la La, la, la, la, la, la, la, la La, la, la, la, la, la, la, la. Oh, baby, baby, have you seen Amy tonight? Is she in the bathroom, is she smoking up outside? Oh Oh, baby, baby, does she take a piece of lime for the drink that I'mma buy her? Do you know just what she likes? Oh, oh Tell me, have you seen her? Ha, ha, he, he, ha, ha, ho. Love me, hate me, say what you want about me But all of the boys and all of the girls are begging to if you seek Amy Love me, hate me, but can't you see what I see? All of the boys and all of the girls are begging to if you seek Amy. Amy told me that she's gonna meet me up I don't know where or when and now they're closin' up the club, oh I've seen her once or twice before; she knows my face But it's hard to see with all the people standin' in the way, oh.

It was released on March 10, , by Jive Records as the third single of the album, chosen by a poll on Spears's official website. In the song, Spears is looking for a woman named Amy in a club, and although it appears to be about sex, it is actually about how society perceives her life. Musically, "If U Seek Amy" makes use of instruments such as keyboards and timpani.

After its release, "If U Seek Amy" caused controversy in Anglophone nations for the euphemism and lyrical content, along with the fact that if pronounced in certain accents and dialects , "If U Seek Amy" could be thought of as a double entendre that is interpreted as " F-U-C-K Me " which led to the Parents Television Council PTC threatening to file indecency complaints against any radio station that played the song during daytime.

It was also her third single from Circus to reach the top twenty in her homeland. The music video for "If U Seek Amy" begins with a parody of an America's Newsroom report by Megyn Kelly and portrays Spears at a sex party that takes place at her house. Towards the end, she changes into conservative housewife clothes and opens the front door with her family while paparazzi take pictures of them.

It references some of her previous music videos such as " Critics noted the similarities with her past work and also compared it to the film Eyes Wide Shut. It was also performed as part of the revamped set list of Spears' Las Vegas residency show, Britney: Piece of Me — The song was co-written and produced by Max Martin , who wrote hits for Spears' first albums, including " Baby One More Time " and " Oops!

I Did It Again " This marked the first time they worked together since her third studio album, Britney Spears's vocal range spans from G 3 -C 5. The song received generally positive reviews. Chris Williams of Billboard said the song is "Max Martin and Spears at their best: a stomping dance floor beat with building synths prodding the song along and the singer sounding like she's having a blast being the bad girl". And fun is exactly what Spears should be aiming for".

Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic said the song is "a Katy Perry -styled exercise in crass commercial carnality that is at once the best and worst song here". Controversy was first reported by Australian music site Undercover.

Leonie Barsenbach, a housewife from Sydney , said, "I was astonished and totally taken aback when I heard my 5 and 7 year old kids walking around the house singing 'F-U-C-K' When I asked them what it was, they told me it was Britney Spears. I was horrified.

I got them the Circus album but there was no warning on it It is extremely offensive. I feel deceived. It's about the mom in the minivan with her 8-year-old. It's one thing for a song with these lyrics to be included on a CD so that fans who wish to hear it can do so, but it's an entirely different matter when this song is played over the publicly owned airwaves, especially at a time when children are likely to be in the listening audience.

It rated it appropriate for age 13 and up, but made no specific mention of 'If U Seek Amy'. On January 23, , Tom Poleman , senior vice president of programming for Clear Channel Radio , announced they planned to play an edited version. Baby One More Time. The video starts with a news anchor played by Kristina Mitchell saying the title of the song above a news banner that reads "Britney Spears song lyrics spell out obscenity in disguise".

This is a parody of an America's Newsroom report by Megyn Kelly. Spears starts singing while sitting on the edge of a bed while the people that surround her are getting dressed. As the first verse ends, she picks up a pair of panties from the floor, recalling her personal struggles and the " Piece of Me " video.

During the second chorus, she dances with four other female dancers dressed in cheerleading outfits, while many men are watching them dance. The screen fades to white and Spears begins to change into a conservative '50s-inspired housewife outfit. She walks down the stairs, with dancers surrounding her and a woman gives her a potholder, which she uses to pick up a pie. Baby One More Time" video.

The video then ends with the news anchor saying, "Doesn't make any sense, does it? James Montgomery of MTV stated that the video manages to combine elements from her previous music videos, such as the style of " Everytime " and the attitude of " Stronger ". He also referred to it as "a pretty amazing amalgamation of all things Brit, and a nice primer of her entire career up to this point".

The reviewer also compared the hairstyle of Spears during the housewife scenes to Marilyn Monroe. After a performance of " Boys " from Britney , Spears performed a military drill with her male dancers, which ended with her putting on a faux fur vest to perform "If U Seek Amy". At the end, Spears pulled a giant pink hammer and proceeded to knock her dancers off the stage, in a similar way to Whac-A-Mole. Her latest, 'If U Seek Amy' [ Spears reappeared onstage after "Lace and Leather" to perform a jazz-inspired version of the song, wearing a white skirt and standing over a fan, recalling Marilyn Monroe 's iconic scene in The Seven Year Itch The backdrops behind her showed s crime film-inspired black-and-white footage while photographers in colorful outfits took pictures of her.

Rick Florino of Artistdirect said, "Marrying old school detective fare and stadium-size anthems is something no other pop star has done, and once again Britney's the first. This show was later transformed into a world tour.

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