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"Cornflake Girl" is a song by American singer-songwriter Tori Amos. It is the eighth track on Amos' 1994 album Under the Pink. The song reached #4 on the UK singles chart, and was Amos' most successful international hit at the time. In Australia, the song peaked at #19, and was #35 in radio station Triple J's 1994 Hottest 100 poll, appearing on the compilation album of that year's Hottest 100. The song was also ranked in Blender magazine's The 500… read more

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    Thinks he knows so much...
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    Great song, quite possibly her best about a very disturbing subject.
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    "There's a book by Alice Walker called 'Possessing the Secret of Joy', and it's about mothers taking their daughters to the butcher to have their genitalia removed. That's what the song is about too. It's like cutting a penis off. Now if we lined all the boys up and cut their penises off, I don't think it would be lunch as usual! I think they'd have something to say about it, and yet the mothers are the ones that take the daughters to do this! Obviously the whole society is involved, but when is a generation of women going to rise up, not to fight, not to war, but to honour themselves and each other?"
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