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So… the song “Wrong Way” by that band with one album that got rereleased 25 times, is about a teenage prostitute. It’s about a girl named Annie who’s shitty dad made her turn to prostitution to make ends meet [“He needed money so he put her on the street…”].
I mean, the whole song is about running away with a teenage prostitute. BUT… the first line of the song is “Annie’s twelve years old, in two more she’ll be a whore.” And yet, the REST of the song takes place in a time where she is already hooking. So my question is, why do we jump ahead two years in the second line of the song? Why not start the song, “Annie’s 14 and she’s currently a [whore]?”
Asking for logic from a heroin addict who died 16 years ago. Seems pointless. OR IS IT?