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19th Sep '17 10:30:15 AM MetaFour
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* The tongue-in-cheek [[ZeroWing]] fanfic [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/1870818/1/Wings-of-the-Zero Wings of the Zero]] ends with the reveal that [[BigBad CATS]] is the narrator, and his side won the war.

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* The tongue-in-cheek [[ZeroWing]] ''VideoGame/ZeroWing'' fanfic [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/1870818/1/Wings-of-the-Zero Wings of the Zero]] ends with the reveal that [[BigBad CATS]] is the narrator, and his side won the war.
* ''[[https://www.fimfiction.net/story/51205/the-perfect-little-village-of-ponyville The Perfect Little Village of Ponyville]]'' has two narrators, one talking in black text and insisting that this backstory is how the world has always been--and an actually objective, disembodied narrator who talks in blue text and reveals that something has gone very wrong. Eventually, Vinyl Scratch figures out that the entire story is a dream, and Twilight Sparkle is the dreamer. At that point, the black text narrator starts referring to Twilight in first person and arguing directly with Vinyl, completely giving herself away.
18th Sep '17 4:42:30 AM bwburke94
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-->--Narrator, a.k.a. [[spoiler:Past!Akane Kurashiki]], ''VisualNovel/NineHoursNinePersonsNineDoors''

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-->--Narrator, a.k.a. [[spoiler:Past!Akane Kurashiki]], ''VisualNovel/NineHoursNinePersonsNineDoors''
28th Aug '17 3:02:23 PM AnotherWanderingGhost
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* "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia" by Vicki Lawrence or Music/RebaMcEntire, where the protagonist is framed for a murder. The narrator reveals partway through the song that she's the protagonist's sister, and then in the last verse reveals that she's the murderer.

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* "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia" by Vicki Lawrence or Music/RebaMcEntire, where the protagonist is framed for a [[NotWhatItLooksLike wrongly convicted]] of murder. The narrator reveals partway through the song that she's the protagonist's sister, and then in the last verse reveals that she's the murderer.
25th Jul '17 8:45:21 AM AnotherWanderingGhost
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%%* Several country songs play this card, including:
%%** "Stupid Boy" by Music/KeithUrban.
%%** "Indian Summer" by Music/BrooksAndDunn.
%%** "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia" by Vicki Lawrence or Music/RebaMcEntire.
%%** "Victim of the Game" by Music/GarthBrooks

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%%* Several country songs play this card, including:
%%** "Stupid Boy" by Music/KeithUrban.
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* "Indian Summer" by Music/BrooksAndDunn.
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Music/BrooksAndDunn tells the story of a girl who sleeps with a football player after a big game, and is compelled to drop out of high school and move away by the resulting gossip. After explaining this, the narrator reveals that he's the football player, and implies that he feels guilty for his part in what happened.
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"The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia" by Vicki Lawrence or Music/RebaMcEntire.
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Music/RebaMcEntire, where the protagonist is framed for a murder. The narrator reveals partway through the song that she's the protagonist's sister, and then in the last verse reveals that she's the murderer.
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"Victim of the Game" by Music/GarthBrooksMusic/GarthBrooks appears to be the narrator's IWarnedYou to a friend, but turns out to be a MirrorMonologue.



%%** "Buy Me a Rose" by Music/KennyRogers.

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%%** * "Buy Me a Rose" by Music/KennyRogers.Music/KennyRogers. The narrator tells the story of a man who is overworked to the detriment of spending time with and doing things for his wife. The narrator then says "This is a story of you and me" and promises to do better in the future. (The TitleDrop request [[LyricSwap changes]] in the last chorus to "I bought you a rose.")
* "Stupid Boy" calls out the person the song is addressed to for mistreating his love interest. Music/KeithUrban's ad-libs at the end of the song ("I'm the same old stupid boy", "I'm sorry, baby") present the narrator as condemning ''himself'' for behavior he now regrets. Without these lines, the speaker could be a third party (which was probably the original intent: the song was written and first recorded by a woman).
12th Jun '17 11:17:29 PM hujwernoo
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* In the ''Manga/OnePiece'' deconstruction fic ''Fanfic/MarieDSuesseAndTheMysteryNewPirateAge'', the main villain, a Trafalgar Law-crazed Mary Sue, derails the OP world. The omniscient LemonyNarrator telling the story of how the world was eventually fixed turns out to be Trafalgar Law himself.

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* In the ''Manga/OnePiece'' deconstruction fic ''Fanfic/MarieDSuesseAndTheMysteryNewPirateAge'', the main villain, a Trafalgar Law-crazed Mary Sue, derails the OP world. The omniscient LemonyNarrator telling the story of how the world was eventually fixed turns out to be [[spoiler: Trafalgar Law himself. himself.]]
7th Jun '17 12:58:45 AM Nadim
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7th Jun '17 12:58:44 AM Nadim
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7th Jun '17 12:58:40 AM Nadim
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* The final scene of ''Film/{{The Cat in The Hat}}'' reveals that the narrator is actually The Cat himself using a voice-modulator from his hat.
7th May '17 6:40:32 PM benda
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* In the Creeator/AgathaChristie novel ''The Murder of Roger Ackroyd'', the two key things about the narrator are his identity and [[spoiler:his being the murderer]]. In the book, you know the former from the start, the latter being TheReveal; [[Series/{{Poirot}} the TV adaptation]] reverses this, with the FramingDevice of Literature/HerculePoirot reading the journal (so excerpts are read in his voice).

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* In the Creeator/AgathaChristie Creator/AgathaChristie novel ''The Murder of Roger Ackroyd'', the two key things about the narrator are his identity [[spoiler:his identity]] and [[spoiler:his being the murderer]]. In the book, you know the former from the start, the latter being TheReveal; [[Series/{{Poirot}} the TV adaptation]] reverses this, with the FramingDevice of Literature/HerculePoirot reading the journal (so excerpts are read in his voice).
23rd Apr '17 8:57:08 AM sheika
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