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In the song "London Bridge" by Fergie, what does the "London Bridge" refer to?

Question #80259. Asked by uktwa.
Last updated Apr 10 2023.

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The lyrics (using the term loosely) make several references to nursery rhymes. The "London Bridge" of the nursery rhyme is therefore what she is referring to.

May 11 2007, 3:02 PM
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Yes, that is true, "London Bridge" refers to the nursery rhyme "London bridge is falling down."

However, I think that in Fergie's song, "London Bridge" has sexual connotations, which are not appropriate for this site.

May 11 2007, 3:05 PM
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When she was asked what the lyrics referred to, Fergie said, "That's the magic question. I'm not going to be specific with it because it can have several meanings. People should use their imagination."


Response last updated by gtho4 on Apr 10 2023.
May 11 2007, 5:26 PM
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