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|Single by The Dresden Dolls|
|from the album No, Virginia...|
|Released||May 12, 2008|
|Genre||Piano rock, alternative rock, dark cabaret|
|The Dresden Dolls singles chronology|
The song centers around a girl who lived in a rich suburban neighborhood as a child, and was a victim of bullying. The song implies that she has become an aspiring script writer, basing her films' characters on the personas and prejudgments assumed to her by the bullies, which she hopes will be directed by Steven Spielberg. She attempts to get back at all the people who had done her harm by stealing garden gnomes and other various lawn ornaments from the homes in her old town. Soon however, she develops a strong emotional attachment to the stolen ornaments.