• This politically-minded jam about a young terrorist couple alludes in part to a well-publicized incident involving an Islamic terrorist killed by police in 2009 and his vengeful teenage Russian wife, who tried to avenge his death by suicide-bombing the Moscow subway.
  • For the line, "I really love a lot," M.I.A. mischievously drops the "t," making it sound like "I really love Allah."

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  • Casey from Glendale, AzWhere the hell did this person come up with this lame meaning of the song.
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