I've been a fan since 2006, and I am sorry if I ofend anyone.
What's important here is not how long you've been a fan, but how long you've been a member here. This is a haven for fans of Amy to share analysis, articles and information about her. We have a great community spirit, and while we may disagree with each other at times, we always remain respectful.
I'm so glad you've joined the forum. You've got a lot to contribute, and I for one have appreciated it. It's always good to get new members who are so keen, and it's people like you who keep this place alive.
I personally avoid vilifying anyone involved in Amy's life. To me it feels disrespectful of Amy, and slightly misogynistic. Amy wasn't, and could never be a victim (except for of her own vices). She would never play the victim card, and I believe she would hate the vilifying of Blake, her father or Raye. She said it best herself - she was her own worst enemy. Those around her may have made decisions that harmed her, but they only harmed her because of the situation she had got herself into. I'm sure she would be the first to admit that.
What's great about Amy, and why so many people love her, is that she was a complex, flawed human being and she wasn't afraid to allow people to see that. We love her, flaws and all.
To direct this thread back on topic... I saw the film again the other night, and tried to get the rest of the lyrics down but missed a lot of them. After the line "Would designate us someone new" she says it goes into the chorus, and then:
"Blacker than Fat Kam's market trade (???)
Whiter than ... dove
... how you switched the blade
You always hurt the ones you love"