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Carly Simon/Nine Inch Nails

He makes a play by the end of the song with Carly Simon's "You're So Vain", released December 1972. Or, more precisely, with the append made by NIN, when referencing Carly's song and naming it "Starfuckers, Inc.", on the album The Fragile, released 1999 by Trent Reznor's Nothing Records.

The original song goes:

"You're so vain, I bet you think this song is about you,
Don't you, Don't you, Don't you?"
Note: this excerpt is changed in the video version of the song.

And Andrew Bird quotes,

"I'm so lame, I bet I think this song is about me,
Don't I, Don't I, Don't I"

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