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"CALL ME MAYBE" by Carly Rae Jepsen is a SATANIC SONG!!!!!!!

 
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"CALL ME MAYBE" by Carly Rae Jepsen is a SATANIC SONG!!!!!!!
Canadian songstress Carly Rae Jepsen, whose single I did NOT purchase less than 36 hours after first hearing it, is a high-ranking member of the Illuminati. Her hit single "Call Me Maybe," while seemingly about innocent flirtation, actually chronicles her induction into the Illuminati by way of selling her soul to Lucifer.

Let's take a look at the lyrics stanza by stanza:

I threw a wish in the well,
Don't ask me, I'll never tell
I looked to you as it fell,
And now you're in my way.

This throwing of a wish into a well is an allusion to her secret desire to become famous and wealthy. As she watches the "wish" fall into the abyss of obscurity, she looks to the only one who can grant her this: the Devil, who now obsesses her thoughts.

I'd trade my soul for a wish,
Pennies and dimes for a kiss
I wasn't looking for this,
But now you're in my way.

She names the only price she knows the Devil will accept for granting this wish: her eternal soul. She shamefully recounts her past of seeking fame by exchanging a little quid pro quo with sleazy casting agents, and reiterates that the Devil obsesses her thoughts.

Your stare was holdin',
Ripped jeans, skin was showin'
Hot night, wind was blowin'
Where you think you're going, baby?

She then recounts meeting Lucifer face-to-face; her clothing torn from the chimera, as the hot sulfuric winds blow through the eternal night of Hell. She questions the Devil, forgetting that she must invite him into her soul and says:

Hey, I just met you,
And this is crazy,
But here's my number,
So call me, maybe?

By proclaiming her "number" (666) she swears allegiance to Lucifer, and then coyly asks him to call upon her soul in exchange for her fame.

It's hard to look right,
At you baby,
But here's my number,
So call me, maybe?

Though repulsed and frightened by his physical appearance, she reiterates her allegiance to him and desires to be called upon.

And all the other boys,
Try to chase me,
But here's my number,
So call me, maybe?

She confesses that agents of God, specifically the unfallen Archangels, try to redeem her, but she steadfastly refuses by calling out the number of the fallen one.

You took your time with the call,
I took no time with the fall
You gave me nothing at all,
But still, you're in my way.

She recalls the amount of time she had to wait to attain her fame, while it took her relatively no time to fall to his temptations. Even when she did not at first receive anything, he still occupied her thoughts.

I beg, and borrow and steal
At first sight and it's real
I didn't know I would feel it,
But it's in my way.

To prove her loyalty, she subjects herself to a life of street crime in his name, until finally she is granted her fame-- "at first sight and it's real." Note however that on the audio track, this line sounds like "Hail! For, Satan is real." An eerily apropos declaration to make after the closing of a deal with the Devil. She proceeds by admitting that she didn't know if fame would change her, but it too comes to consume her.

Before you came into my life
I missed you so bad
I missed you so bad
I missed you so so bad.

Before you came into my life
I missed you so bad
And you should know that.

So call me, maybe?

Now that she has attained her wealth and fame, she effusively thanks Lucifer and reproclaims her allegiance with the oft-repeated refrain, "so call me, maybe?" This is symbolic of the Illuminati rituals that will inevitably become a routine of her life.
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Satanic? No......Annoying? Yes ...
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lulz

Man + bikini + ‘Call Me Maybe’ + Chatroulette = Hell if I know (Video)

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Jesus is Lord
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clappa

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this is news how? Should rihanna, alecia keys, shakira, katie perry, nicki minaj, mariah carey and every other pop princess supposed to be news also?
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Maybe, but she's a cutie. :)
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GLP is bored?

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On 11/30/12, in NYC, Billboard sponsored the Women in Music 2012 Awards. Both Katy Perry and Carly Rae Jepsen received honorary awards for their contribution to music and the industry at the event. Katy looked nervous and was falsely bubbling with joy around her luncheon table, especially with her agents and their staff.
Carly Rae seemed fairly relaxed and was interviewed on stage by Jon stewart, of the Daily Show. Mr. Stewart was very careful not to steal away her thunder on the public stage. He cracked a few teenager/adultish jokes. There were many reporters and music writers present. Jon Stewart did ask her how it felt to suddenly become a hit with her music. Her response was diplomatic, if not rehearsed, that she thanked her family and her agent mostly for getting her known on the scene. She then related how she always relaxes back at home where she can be more like herself. I was more impressed with a writer during the awards luncheon who actually was writing verbatim everything that was said on stage with his rapid typingon his laptop. I know because I lsheeplebaheaned over to see his report!
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No talent bimbo. You just know she had to blow somebody multiple times to get that piece of crap song airtime. Grammy nomination? Seriously? Every time I hear it, it makes me want to pierce both my eardrums with ice picks.
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Duh.

It's also too Gay too listen too.
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you're just mad that she gives you a boner.
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Thank you for for ruining it for me...
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Good feeling by Flo Rida


Starting lyric

Yes I can = Hail Satan

reversed
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I blast that song everywhere!!!!! OP is just a jealous twat.
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Re: "CALL ME MAYBE" by Carly Rae Jepsen is a SATANIC SONG!!!!!!!
Canadian songstress Carly Rae Jepsen, whose single I did NOT purchase less than 36 hours after first hearing it, is a high-ranking member of the Illuminati. Her hit single "Call Me Maybe," while seemingly about innocent flirtation, actually chronicles her induction into the Illuminati by way of selling her soul to Lucifer.

Let's take a look at the lyrics stanza by stanza:

I threw a wish in the well,
Don't ask me, I'll never tell
I looked to you as it fell,
And now you're in my way.

This throwing of a wish into a well is an allusion to her secret desire to become famous and wealthy. As she watches the "wish" fall into the abyss of obscurity, she looks to the only one who can grant her this: the Devil, who now obsesses her thoughts.

I'd trade my soul for a wish,
Pennies and dimes for a kiss
I wasn't looking for this,
But now you're in my way.

She names the only price she knows the Devil will accept for granting this wish: her eternal soul. She shamefully recounts her past of seeking fame by exchanging a little quid pro quo with sleazy casting agents, and reiterates that the Devil obsesses her thoughts.

Your stare was holdin',
Ripped jeans, skin was showin'
Hot night, wind was blowin'
Where you think you're going, baby?

She then recounts meeting Lucifer face-to-face; her clothing torn from the chimera, as the hot sulfuric winds blow through the eternal night of Hell. She questions the Devil, forgetting that she must invite him into her soul and says:

Hey, I just met you,
And this is crazy,
But here's my number,
So call me, maybe?

By proclaiming her "number" (666) she swears allegiance to Lucifer, and then coyly asks him to call upon her soul in exchange for her fame.

It's hard to look right,
At you baby,
But here's my number,
So call me, maybe?

Though repulsed and frightened by his physical appearance, she reiterates her allegiance to him and desires to be called upon.

And all the other boys,
Try to chase me,
But here's my number,
So call me, maybe?

She confesses that agents of God, specifically the unfallen Archangels, try to redeem her, but she steadfastly refuses by calling out the number of the fallen one.

You took your time with the call,
I took no time with the fall
You gave me nothing at all,
But still, you're in my way.

She recalls the amount of time she had to wait to attain her fame, while it took her relatively no time to fall to his temptations. Even when she did not at first receive anything, he still occupied her thoughts.

I beg, and borrow and steal
At first sight and it's real
I didn't know I would feel it,
But it's in my way.

To prove her loyalty, she subjects herself to a life of street crime in his name, until finally she is granted her fame-- "at first sight and it's real." Note however that on the audio track, this line sounds like "Hail! For, Satan is real." An eerily apropos declaration to make after the closing of a deal with the Devil. She proceeds by admitting that she didn't know if fame would change her, but it too comes to consume her.

Before you came into my life
I missed you so bad
I missed you so bad
I missed you so so bad.

Before you came into my life
I missed you so bad
And you should know that.

So call me, maybe?

Now that she has attained her wealth and fame, she effusively thanks Lucifer and reproclaims her allegiance with the oft-repeated refrain, "so call me, maybe?" This is symbolic of the Illuminati rituals that will inevitably become a routine of her life.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11253403


Ummmm, I am at a loss for words. I can't even think of anything to say. Please get medical help?
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1000000000x better
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its hard to look right at you baby

because satan is lucifer the angel of light
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You should have turned this into a thread.
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crazy
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bump
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She needs to get dinged by my dong.
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