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It raises the issue of sex and ambiguities in lengthy lyrics, possibly influenced by Bob Dylan's lyric from that time (mid-1960s). It also formulates a direct criticism of the consumer society and the impositions of the market.
It raises the issue of sex and ambiguities in lengthy lyrics, possibly influenced by Bob Dylan's lyric from that time (mid-1960s). It also formulates a direct criticism of the consumer society and the impositions of the market.
A man complains about the "mold as if it were a flan" in which society forces him to get into to be considered as such: a mold that includes "talking about women as things to be used", denying his own feminine part , have "la posa macha y la voz del arrabal", hide your feelings ,. And even more, the idea that being a man is something that cannot be "defined" and to top it all, that that something "was not absolute, that it could be the flower".
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