Parent reviews for "Not Myself Tonight" (CD single)

Common Sense says

Even edited version of party tune is too edgy for tweens.
Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 16+
Based on 5 reviews

Kids say

age 11+
Based on 8 reviews
Adult Written bytanzhang21988 February 13, 2011

only approperate for adults not even for teenagers

this new single is very creative regarding to her costumes, make up. interesting and unique. but this should not be used by any kids under 18. NOT HIGH SCHOOL KIDS Especially! kids now days in high school love to believe they are adults and be about to sleep with each other and take drugs. but some kids are til innocent in a way. this beats, most kids in dance team will use the song. the lyrics and scene is too proactive, plus make out with women as well? Kids should only know hetero attraction between male and female so the CD should be sold only for adults. kids buying this CD should bring their ID.

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Sexy stuff
Adult Written bysilimom1 July 15, 2010
The song is the same oversexualized drivel that's been covered a million times by today's pop princesses. Why is it that the only way a woman can be seen to be powerful and confident is if she's willing to dress, sing and gyrate like a porn star? Just LOVE the message that she's sending to young women who are allowed to listen to this.

The video is pornography. Plain and simple. And unfortunately, VH1 is airing it during the day.

I'm not a prude, really I'm not. But we have to start drawing a line as to what is socially acceptable behavior. This "Whatever you want, go for it" attitude is damaging our society. Everything in moderation, folks.

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Parent of a 5, 8, 12, 14, 16, and 17-year-old Written byMissBridgette July 3, 2010

16 and up this could fly, 15... ehhh, 14 definitely no.

I like the song as a song, definitely not for children's ears though. The line, "and if you don’t like it [email protected]&k you" pop up twice. Also the line, "I’m dancing a lot and I’m taking shots I’m feeling fine I’m kissing all the boys and the girls" Very Skimpy. I would not allow my kids to hear this kind of behavior, as it represents drinking and then later "feeling fine" which is giving kids a bad idea about alcohol. "Cause I’m doing things that I normally won’t do the old me’s gone I feel brand new" These lines represent that alcohol and doing risky things is okay. Which is a bad idea for children.

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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Parent of a 14-year-old Written byxNe0nCray0nz May 26, 2010
i think its fine! If you don't want your kids listening to it thats fine too.. but we gotta think, if you don't let your kids listen to this music you must not let them listen to anything but christian music and miley cyrus, who cares if she drops the f bomb is your kid gonna be doing it?? maybe if she's 9 or 8, plus when she says "kissing all the boys and the girls" Do you think your kids are gonna think sex?? I hope not! That's all i have to say 12+ is fine for me.

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Parent of a 16-year-old Written byrabantix April 30, 2010

Oversexual Song

It's not the best song in the world and it provides nothing new. It's the same thing we've heard from people like her and Britney Spears for years.

As usual, the behavior is appalling, the subject matter is just too sexual and I don't think any kid under 16 should really be listening to this song.

And why the need for the expletive?

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