Last night Lady Gaga blew the roof off the Super Bowl halftime show performance in Houston.
Prior to the show, there had been a lot of talk whether or not the notoriously outspoken Gaga would make a political statement during the show.
Her performance seemed to go off without a hitch — so much so that she received praise from BOTH prominent liberals and conservatives, some of whom viewed the performance as apolitical.
But if you look closer, Lady Gaga's performance seemed very, very progressive. Let's take a closer look.
In her intro, Gaga sings "This Land Is Your Land." As Twitter user @marcmonster pointed out, when she sings the verse "this land is your land," the red drones behind her light up...
...and when she sings "this land is my land" all the blue drones light up.
"This Land Is Your Land" is also a very, very interesting song choice to open the performance in light of recent political events.
And make of it what you will, but the original version of the song also had some interesting lyrics that didn't make the cut to a recorded version:
"There was a big high wall there that tried to stop me.
The sign was painted, said 'Private Property.'
But on the backside, it didn't say nothing.
This land was made for you and me.
"One bright sunny morning in the shadow of the steeple,
by the relief office I saw my people.
As they stood hungry,
I stood there wondering if God blessed America for me."