Olivia Rodrigo and Lily Allen Dedicate 'F — You' Performance to US Supreme Court at Glastonbury Festival
There comes crossroads in our mainstream society history that become a "temperament" and Olivia Rodrigo singing
the notable melody "F — You" with craftsman Lily Allen in light of the Supreme Court upsetting of Roe V. Swim is
certainly up there. The melody was a song of praise when the majority of us recent college grads were growing up.
Essentially one of those snappy melodies epitomize how we feel in some cases, with verses that say "F — you, f —
you extremely much" in the ensemble. The melody proceeds to say "Do you get a remove from being little
leaning?" and different gestures to individuals utilizing their honor to be derisive to other people and
keeping in mind that the tune initially turned out in 2009, it's still similarly as important.