These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
I slipped my hand under her skirt; I said 'don't worry oh, it's not going to hurt.'
The line itself is very odd but a later line makes it worse.
Get your filthy fingers out of my pie.
The song is a cover of that sung by a male band. So the pie would be—oh no.
Awesome Music: "You've Got The Love" (even if it's Covered Up), "No Light, No Light", "What The Water Gave Me", "Drumming Song", "Shake it Out", "Cosmic Love", and of course, "Dog Days Are Over". And that's not half of it.
The covers of "Jackson" and "Try a Little Tenderness" on her MTV Live Unplugged album.
DRUMMING. SONG. UNPLUGGED. Especially the oh oh ohs at the end.
"Breath of Life" is pure awesome, with Florence backed by a powerful orchestra and choir. Even if it is a song for ANOTHERKristen Stewartmovie.
"Heartlines". Heart. Lines.
SAY MY NAAAAAAAAAME.
"Over The Love" is Florence's contribution to The Great Gatsby film, a song from Daisy's perspective, and holy shit does it deliver.
Crowning Moment of Heartwarming: "Only If For a Night" is based on a dream Florence had in which she was visited by the ghost of her grandmother. Keep that in mind, and listen closely to the lyrics; one gets a good idea of just how close they were. It makes for unlikely Sweet Dreams Fuel.
Covered Up: Other than "You've Got The Love" there is also "Girl With One Eye" originally by Ludes.
Ear Worm: If nothing else "Dog Days Are Over" because of it's constant use in media when everything is going good.
"Seven Devils", "Heartlines", "Spectrum", "Leave My Body", "No Light, No Light", "What The Water Gave me", "Lover To Lover", "My Boy Builds Coffins".
Epic Riff: "Seven Devils" piano riff is irresistible.
Rewatch Bonus: "Spectrum" music video has some lighting and other shots and a story which are slipped in and not essentially obvious first time round.
There have been statements among the viewing public of the "No Light, No Light" video that it has a racist under-tone, as the video has a man in blackface performing an aggressively sensual dance and stabbing a voodoo doll, and someone else in blackface chasing her through a city. She's saved by white choirboys and a white lover. Defenders say that the people in blackface are meant to be demons, which raises even more unfortunate implications. Officially, it represents her own darkness and despair.
It's easy to misconstrue her lyrics to having religious themes, as she often refers to Heaven, Hell, the devil, and angels.
"Drumming Song" is chock-full of sexual imagery, and religious imagery. The video even takes place in a church, and there's a case to be made that the backup dancers are angels. Or devils. Or just hallucinations.
The performance of "Shake It Out" on The X Factor used lots of religious imagery, from Florence's dress to the background to a gospel choir.
The music video for "No Light, No Light" takes it farther than "Drumming Song", using Christian, Voodoo, and Illuminati imagery.