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This review is from: Who You Are (Audio CD)My Daughter kept on and on for a Jessie J CD for her 8th birthday wasnt any hassle to get hold of one for her so I bought it for her but dont know if I missed anything in the write up but had no warning that there was any swear words on the CD. There were quite a few really strong one that I dont want her singing along to shame because quite enjoyed listening to the rest of it.
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Initial post: 5 Dec 2011 13:52:48 GMT
Mr. P. Howard says:
Why some artists have to swear on an album is beyond me.Sad!!!Thanks for info.
Posted on 9 Dec 2011 13:27:20 GMT
the poacher says:
Real shame i was going to buy the cd for my 8 year old twins
In reply to an earlier post on 12 Dec 2011 11:41:09 GMT
OEJ & SKY says:
Could you tell me exactly what the swear words are? I'm just about to wrap it up (it's the CD and DVD combo) ready to give to my daughter - who's also 8 - and then I noticed the 'parental advisory' label on the front. Are the lyrics included, inc the offensive language?
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In reply to an earlier post on 15 Dec 2011 12:02:01 GMT
Hi there, there is f**k and s**t in it, can't remember if there are any more but it is a shame as the songs are great but the swearing is a bit of a let down :(
Posted on 22 Apr 2012 11:08:24 BDT
A. Beacall says:
Thank you for letting us know the swear words. My 8 year old is Jessie J mad after watching The Voice. I refuse to buy her cd because of the bad language. I had hoped they might do another version!
Many thanks for the reviews, Anne
Posted on 24 Apr 2012 22:40:55 BDT
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Last edited by the author on 24 Apr 2012 22:48:22 BDT
OEJ & SKY says:
Absolutely disagree. Yes of course children will hear expletives of all kinds at school but that's missing the point. If a parent buys this CD and gives it to their son or daughter, they are (in doing so) endorsing/approving of such language as far as the child is concerned. A good and responsible parent will know this, and will avoid such an endorsement. Children may learn a lot at school but they learn the most fundamental of social etiquettes from their parents. If their parents don't do it, then there's a reasonable chance the children won't do it either.
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