Clean vs Explicit

I have just noticed how the clean version of this song has substantially less views than the explicit version. The clean version is called "Forget You", and the Explicit version is called "Fuck You". Both pretty much the same, but the clean one says forget you instead of fuck you.

Notice this:
clean - clean vs explicit

explicit - clean vs explicit

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    images 1 - clean vs explicit

    • dreed34
    • December 12, 2010, 8:32 am
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    The explicit version is much better in my opinion. I really hate it when a band/artist has to omit words from a song because they don't meet regulatory standards. It just makes the song sound bad.

    I agree, but in my opinion, theres nothing wrong with this version of it.
    For me, "Forget You" actually sounds fine, but I dont care. It sounds pretty much the same anyway.

    (lol, mini-story: I heard the forget you version first, and when i heard some friends singing it, i said "why are you saying fuck you?" and they told me that is the actual words... i disagreed at first xD)
    - SkinnyBill December 12, 2010, 9:11 am
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    I hate when people shove their hand in someone else's art.

    That sounds dirty.
    - Ertrov December 12, 2010, 11:35 am
    haha that it does
    - thekitkatkid December 12, 2010, 11:36 am
    It's not as bad as shoving your hand in someone else's arse :P
    - Jackylegs December 12, 2010, 4:03 pm
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    freedom of speech slowly beign taken away lets protest and we all write a song with all the words you cant say on the radio or tv

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    I think the views are higher because it's the actual song like the proper thing so people would rather listen to the more 'authentic' version.

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    no one cares dude just enjoy the song.

    • wuzoo
    • December 12, 2010, 9:21 am
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