I actually love this in all of its messy glory and think it could've been something of a hit for her had it been pushed. It was an early TikTok hit prior to Sweet But Psycho even doing anything. My Way deserved a re-push post Sweet But Psycho too, especially given the 'be a little sweeter, they say' line. These two + the 6 tracks that actually made the album are almost entirely feminist/self-empowerment themed (if we take her questionable re-spin of Psycho at face value, that is) - and yet any attempt to market her as such has been so half-hearted. I think there really was a space for this kind of pop music with a very feminist-lite slant.