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Unless you were in a coma this past weekend, you probably already know Beyoncé's Lemonade, the highly anticipated followup to her eponymous 2013 surprise album, has arrived. HBO premiered the hour-long corresponding visuals and one of the highlights included a Serena Williams cameo in the video for "Sorry," the track that's driven a large part of the conversation following the release.

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Despite the song's seemingly apologetic sentiment, the lyrics are anything but, with the track opening with "Sorry, I ain't sorry," four words that become the song's backbone.

The first verse emphasizes the song's write-off message:

Headed to the club, I ain't thinking 'bout you
Me and my ladies sip my D'USSÉ cup
I don't give a fuck, chucking my deuces up
Suck on my balls, pause, I had enough
I ain't thinking 'bout you
I ain't thinking 'bout

In the bridge, Beyoncé calls for jilted lovers everywhere to hold their "Middle fingers up, put them hands high/ Wave it in his face, tell him 'boy, bye'"

The final verse offers pointed insight into the dynamic between Beyoncé and, we can only guess, husband Jay Z.

Looking at my watch, he shoulda been home
Today I regret the night I put that ring on
He always got them fucking excuses
He better call Becky with the good hair

The appearance of "Sorry" on the track list, following "Don't Hurt Yourself," is salient due to the tonal juxtaposition; while the aggressive, "fuck"-laden "Don't Hurt Yourself" has sinister undertones (thanks to Jack White's punk-bluesy sound), "Sorry" is comparatively upbeat and singsongy.

Lemonade is now streaming on Tidal, but is expected to soon be available on iTunes.