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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    "Dear Mr. President" was so shallow, that if an actual President listened to it, we wouldn't be a country anymore.
    I do think you're expecting too much from a pop singer/songwriter! =\
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    Quote Originally Posted by visaisahero View Post
    I do think you're expecting too much from a pop singer/songwriter! =\
    An example of a good N songwriter's "save the world" song is John Lennon's Imagine.

    An example of a good S songwriter's "save the world" song is Michael Jackson's We Are The World.

    Pink is on an entirely different level. A shallow one.

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    She reminds me of an ESFP or a very troubled ENFP. But her concrete music, counter-culture mentality, and her soft gooey center seem all tormented ESFP to me.
    There is no way that woman is a *T,* but she DOES need a hug, . But she probably wouldn't appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    An example of a good N songwriter's "save the world" song is John Lennon's Imagine.

    An example of a good S songwriter's "save the world" song is Michael Jackson's We Are The World.

    Pink is on an entirely different level. A shallow one.
    I STILL think you're expecting too much. John Lennon and Michael Jackson are legends who will be remembered for the rest of human existence. Being a relatively "lesser" songwriter doesn't necessarily make you a shallow person! That's a judgement of a person's character rather than their personality, in my opinion- and in defense of her character, she still obviously cared enough about the issues to write a song about it.

    That said, that's an awesome example of the N/S divide and I am most certainly going to use it. Thanks it advance ^^"
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    An example of a good N songwriter's "save the world" song is John Lennon's Imagine.

    An example of a good S songwriter's "save the world" song is Michael Jackson's We Are The World.

    Pink is on an entirely different level. A shallow one.
    I think you are being very harsh here. Pink has written some great songs and lyrics, for example what is shallow about this song?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yjfvv8qeHlU

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    ^what song is that? it's not available in my country!
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    Quote Originally Posted by visaisahero View Post
    ^what song is that? it's not available in my country!
    It's "Sober". I love the lyrics of this song and the sincere, strong emotion she is singing it with, anyone who labels her as shallow obviously hasn't listened to much of her stuff.

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    Why do people insist on typing people on the basis of their lyrics? It's FAR too indirect a manifestation of any given type's tendencies, if it is at all, and even if there were something concrete there to find, definitive third-party interpretation is nigh on impossible.

    Having briefly formed an impression of her from her behavior, I'd say she is either an ESTP or ESFP.
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